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Batgirl at Super Hero High (DC Super Hero Girls) Hardcover – January 3, 2017
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About the Author
Lisa Yee’s debut novel, Millicent Min, Girl Genius, won the prestigious Sid Fleischman Humor Award. Her other novels for young people, with nearly two million copies in print, include Stanford Wong Flunks Big-Time, So Totally Emily Ebers, Absolutely Maybe, and two books about a fourth grader, Bobby vs. Girls (Accidentally) and Bobby the Brave (Sometimes). Lisa is also the author of American Girl’s Kanani books and Good Luck, Ivy. Her recent novel, Warp Speed, is about a Star Trek geek who gets beat up every day at school.
Lisa is a former Thurber House Children’s Writer-in-Residence whose books have been chosen as an NPR Best Summer Read, a Sports Illustrated Kids Hot Summer Read, and a USA Today Critics’ Top Pick.
Visit Lisa at lisayee.com or check out her blog at lisayee.livejournal.com.
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Top Customer Reviews
With three books in the series (until summer when the fourth comes out), each girl has a different 'voice' with different challenges unique to them. Wonder Woman has to learn balance in life and how to truly lead by helping others to be strong themselves. Supergirl has to learn overcoming loneliness and how to have confidence in herself. Batgirl has to learn independence and how to recognize her own unique 'power'.
I really love how the focus is not on their super powers, but on learning to have self-discipline, courage, adaptability, compassion, and desire to be the good in their own and others lives. They are shown as wanting to make the world better--and how it can be done with how they make their own decisions and help others.
This is a series that encourages girls to be the difference for the better in everything--their own lives, their family and friends, and the world about them. I highly recommend it as one of the most positive influencing series for girls out there.
I am loving this series because my daughter is a big superhero fan and it was hard to find things for her that appealed. She always liked the boy superheroes better because they had more action. Since this series has come out in all its forms she has absolutely loved it. I love that each girl has a special ability that shines through and being that I work in IT, well Batgirl is close to my heart.
Hooray for the techie. I liked how Batgirl is a tech genius and has moved from the role of IT worker to Super Hero High attendee. The transition isn’t the easiest as she get’s used to her new persona and feels the need to prove herself to not only her classmate but to her father as well. All the gadgets she creates and works on are fun and interesting. She has to learn to deal with being in the spotlight and not taking on too much for other people. It’s basically finding a balance between her life and her Batgirl life. As well as dealing with her dad’s over protectiveness.
The villain's name was cracking me up. I’m not sure why but it did. My son asked me the name and he laughed hysterically when I told him. Which I think is absolutely perfect. I also liked that the battle at the end is not a physical one it’s more of a mental one.
I liked that Barta was included in the story and a little bit of her struggle to adapt from Villain world to the superheroes world. I also really liked how Batgirl is trying to get more freedom from her father but gets jealous when he seems to be investing in Barta. I think that happens often in families.
I was really annoyed with Harley Quinn in this book. She was definitely being a bad friend but at the same time I was thinking in my head….well you know she is normally a bad guy. She might not be the best of friend at times but she’s not the worst either. I remember having friends like that where you were friends with them….but you wouldn’t necessarily trust them with the important stuff.
I really enjoyed this installment of Super Hero High. I love how great these books are for my daughter and my son.
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Superheroes, I just love them! Especially the superhero girls of Super Hero High, and Batgirl at Super Hero High is by far my...Read more
Batgirl at Super Hero High by Lisa Yee
This is the third book in a young adult series featuring a different super hero in each book.Read more