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Review for Marvel: Avengers Assembly #2: The Sinister Substitute

Review for Marvel: Avengers Assembly #2: The Sinister Substitute

The Sinister Substitute, Marvel Avengers Assemly, Preeti Chhiber, James Lancett, Children's Books, SuperheroesOur trio of Spiderman, Squirrel Girl and Ms. Marvel is back. This time friendship, strange things happening at school, priorities, and more!

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Top 10 Books August 2021

Top 10 Books August 2021

Afternoon all~

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Review for Marvel: Avengers Assembly #1: Orientation

Review for Marvel: Avengers Assembly #1: Orientation

Orientation. Squirrel Girl, Spiderman, Ms. Marvel, Superheroes, Superpowers, Action, Children's Books, Illustrations, Girls, Boy, Costumes, Avengers, MarvelMarvel: Avengers Assembly, Book 1, Preeti Chhibber, James LancettMs. Marvel is here to learn all about being a hero and she meets friends and foes along the way!

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Friday’s Page 69 ~ Marvel: Avenger Assembly #1: Orientation by Preeti Chhibber, James Lancett

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Marvel: Avenger Assembly #1: Orientation by Preeti Chhibber, James Lancett

Orientation. Squirrel Girl, Spiderman, Ms. Marvel, Superheroes, Superpowers, Action, Children's Books, Illustrations, Girls, Boy, Costumes, Avengers, MarvelMarvel: Avengers Assembly, Book 1, Preeti Chhibber, James Lancett
Yesterday’s class was a doozy. I think Professor McCoy’s lucky that his blue fur covers his cheeks so we couldn’t see if he was blushing. LOL. Today we’ve got our first class wit She-Hulk, and I am very nervous to meet her. She’s only starred in… three of my fanfics??
I have to be cool. I can be cool. “Kamala Khan: She’s cool.” That’s what kids say about me. Yup.
I’m a little nervous about what lives in between rights and wrongs because what does that even mean?
Friday’s Page 69 ~ Hollowpox: The Hunt for Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Hollowpox: The Hunt for Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend

Hollowpox: The Hunt for Morrigan Crow, Nevermoor, Book 3, Green, Girl, Fire, Children's Books, Jessica Townsend, Fantasy, magic, mystery, Family
It was a cheerful ending to a brilliant Christmas Eve. But when Fenestra showed up to take her home, Morrigan was surprised to realise she felt a certain amount of relief.
She adored Hawthorne’s family. She really did. She loved the way that Cat and Dave teased each other. Homer made her laugh all the time, and even though she’d only just met Helena, she liked her already. She didn’t even mind being tyrannised by Baby Dave. And Hawthorne, well…. he was her best friend.
But, although she would never have let it show, being around the Swifts all together like this made Morrigan feel a tiny bit… what was it? Not jealous, exactly. Just…
Well, yes. Jealous. If she was being honest with herself.