Super Potato's Middle Ages Adventure
From the Series Super Potato
Super Potato has lost his giant muscles! To take his mind off this tragedy, he agrees to a time-travel mission.
Soon he’s searching the Middle Ages to find a scientist stranded in the past. In the foggy swamp of an older era, our hero meets a brave, handsome knight who turned into a serpent. (Say, that sounds familiar . . .) Super Potato agrees to help the knight too, leading to a quest to find the lost scientist and a legendary sorcerer.
This hilarious, irreverent graphic novel series will entice fans of Captain Underpants and The Lego Batman Movie. Spanish cartoonist Artur Laperla presents the adventures of a costumed crime-fighter who turns into a potato and becomes a bigger hero than ever. He faces off against sinister scientists, slugs from space, giant chickens, and more in a series of graphic novels perfect for reluctant readers.
|Interest Level||Grade 2 - Grade 5|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Imprint||Graphic Universe ™|
|Number of Pages||64|
Author, Illustrator: Artur Laperla
Artur Laperla is an author and illustrator who lives in Spain. His work includes the Super Potato series and the Felix and Calcite series.
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“This journey will entertain and amuse readers interested in the graphic novel genre. Written with a humorous bent, this chapter in the Super Potato saga will entertain readers and leave them wanting to know more about Super Potato, a very unlikely hero. Reviewer Rating: 4” –Children’s Literature