If you could have any super power what would it be? Flying? Laser vision? Retractable metal claws?
For charmingly confident Clara Humble, her newly discovered super powers include: communicating with chinchillas, spilling stuff, waking up at 7:14 every morning (even without an alarm), supersonic hearing and mind control.
And what a perfect time to discover such skills!
With students from rival R. R. Reginald (including Bossy Becky) moving into Clara’s school and her favorite neighbor moving to a far away retirement home, Clara must use her powers to find the perfect solution and save the day.
And she will… right?
The first book in our new middle-grade series, Clara Humble and the Not-So-Super Powers, by Anna Humphrey, is a fast-paced misadventure told through a clever, funny and authentic voice.
And with doodles of Clara’s humorous @Cat comic sketches throughout (all by illustrator Lisa Cinar), Clara Humble and the Not-So-Super Powers provides a great and relatable perspective of life as a fourth-grader.
And now you can discover your very own Clara-verse super powers! How? Try the “Not-So-Super Power Generator” here.
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