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  • My So-Called Superpowers

    Heather Nuhfer, Simini Blocker

    Hardcover (Imprint, Jan. 23, 2018)
    The first book in a new middle grade series, Heather Nuhfer’s My So-Called Superpowers is a quirky and funny coming-of-age novel celebrating individuality. More than anything, Veronica McGowan wants to fit in with the cool kids. There’s just one problem: they barely know she exists. Veronica wishes for something, anything to fix her nobody status―and gets more than she bargained for when she wakes up with “stupidpowers.”Suddenly, her strongest emotions come to life for the whole school to see. She belches fire when she’s angry, dark clouds rain on her when she’s sad, and cutesy hearts pop up whenever she daydreams about her crush. She’s broadcasting her feelings likes living emojis―it’s a nightmare!Veronica and her best friend Charlie must work together to solve the mystery before her powers totally humiliate her. Did she inherit these powers from her mom, who left long ago? What can she really do with them? And is that teacher at school really just a teacher or is she part of some secret government agency?An Imprint Book“Heather Nuhfer has hilariously and achingly captured what it’s like to be in middle school, trying to control the weird things that make you different but also super. It’s impossible not to root for Veronica. Super real, super fun, and just generally and genuinely super.”―Dana Simpson, New York Times–bestselling author of the Phoebe and Her Unicorn series“My So-Called Superpowers is vibrant, lively, and hums along at a snappy pace. It has a genuinely warm, welcoming Saturday-morning cartoon feeling to it.”―Tony Cliff, New York Times–bestselling author of the Delilah Dirk series“Readers will be delighted at Veronica’s relatable quirkiness... a whimsical, good-humored, straightforward take on just loving yourself for who you are.” ―Booklist“A hilarious tale of a girl so desperate to be cool that she defies her best judgment to get what she wants.” ―The Bulletin
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  • My So-Called Superpowers: Mixed Emotions

    Heather Nuhfer, Simini Blocker

    Hardcover (Imprint, Jan. 22, 2019)
    The second book in the heartfelt, hilarious, and acclaimed series, where middle-school student Veronica’s superpowers will ruin everything―if she doesn’t beat them to it. Veronica has worked hard to get her feelings under control. Sure, sometimes a strong emotion turns into a superpower―giving her a personal raincloud on a bad day, or literally turning her green with envy. But it’s happening a lot less these days! Then she finds out what she’ll be doing at summer camp: directing her own movie with her best friend Charlie―and her best frenemy Becky. At first it seems fun, until Veronica’s superpowers start affecting other people. When Veronica calls “Action!” everyone has to do what she says. But is that the best way to make her dream movie―or to treat her friends?My So-Called Superpowers: Mixed Emotions raises the stakes on Veronica’s middle-school adventures, proving that her powers are both the best thing and the worst thing that’s ever happened to her.An Imprint BookPraise for My So-Called Superpowers:“Heather Nuhfer has hilariously and achingly captured what it’s like to be in middle school, trying to control the weird things that make you different but also super. It’s impossible not to root for Veronica. Super real, super fun, and just generally and genuinely super.”―Dana Simpson, New York Times–bestselling author of the Phoebe and Her Unicorn series“My So-Called Superpowers is vibrant, lively, and hums along at a snappy pace. It has a genuinely warm, welcoming Saturday-morning cartoon feeling to it.”―Tony Cliff, New York Times–bestselling author of the Delilah Dirk series
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  • My So-Called Superpowers: All the Feels

    Heather Nuhfer, Simini Blocker

    Hardcover (Imprint, Jan. 21, 2020)
    My So-Called Superpowers: All the Feels is the third book in a heartwarming middle-grade series about a girl whose emotions turn into uncontrollable superpowers.Veronica’s powers have taught her a lot―about her family, her friends, and how to be herself. They’ve also literally rained on her parade, turned her green with jealousy, and set her school on fire. You win some, you lose some.Now Veronica’s finally figuring out how to control her superpowers. But then she discovers there might be a way to get rid of them forever―and to live a “normal” life.Featuring ten black-and-white illustrations by Simini Blocker, All the Feels raises the stakes for this middle-school girl who has to decide if being “normal” is as fun as going on a roller-coaster ride of superpowered emotion.An Imprint BookPraise for My So-Called Superpowers:“Heather Nuhfer has hilariously and achingly captured what it’s like to be in middle school, trying to control the weird things that make you different but also super. It’s impossible not to root for Veronica. Super real, super fun, and just generally and genuinely super.” ―Dana Simpson, New York Times–bestselling author of the Phoebe and Her Unicorn series“My So-Called Superpowers is vibrant, lively, and hums along at a snappy pace. It has a genuinely warm, welcoming Saturday-morning cartoon feeling to it.”―Tony Cliff, New York Times–bestselling author of the Delilah Dirk series
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  • My So-Called Superpowers

    Heather Nuhfer, Simini Blocker

    Paperback (Square Fish, Jan. 22, 2019)
    The first book in a new middle grade series, Heather Nuhfer’s My So-Called Superpowers is a quirky and funny coming-of-age novel celebrating individuality. More than anything, Veronica McGowan wants to fit in with the cool kids. There’s just one problem: they barely know she exists. Veronica wishes for something, anything to fix her nobody status―and gets more than she bargained for when she wakes up with “stupidpowers.”Suddenly, her strongest emotions come to life for the whole school to see. She belches fire when she’s angry, dark clouds rain on her when she’s sad, and cutesy hearts pop up whenever she daydreams about her crush. She’s broadcasting her feelings likes living emojis―it’s a nightmare!Veronica and her best friend Charlie must work together to solve the mystery before her powers totally humiliate her. Did she inherit these powers from her mom, who left long ago? What can she really do with them? And is that teacher at school really just a teacher or is she part of some secret government agency?An Imprint Book“Heather Nuhfer has hilariously and achingly captured what it’s like to be in middle school, trying to control the weird things that make you different but also super. It’s impossible not to root for Veronica. Super real, super fun, and just generally and genuinely super.” ―Dana Simpson, New York Times–bestselling author of the Phoebe and Her Unicorn series “My So-Called Superpowers is vibrant, lively, and hums along at a snappy pace. It has a genuinely warm, welcoming Saturday-morning cartoon feeling to it.”―Tony Cliff, New York Times–bestselling author of the Delilah Dirk series“Readers will be delighted at Veronica’s relatable quirkiness... a whimsical, good-humored, straightforward take on just loving yourself for who you are.” ―Booklist“A hilarious tale of a girl so desperate to be cool that she defies her best judgment to get what she wants.” ―The Bulletin
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  • My So-Called Superpowers: Mixed Emotions

    Heather Nuhfer, Simini Blocker

    Paperback (Square Fish, Jan. 21, 2022)
    The second book in Heather Nuhfer's heartfelt, hilarious, and acclaimed My So-Called Superpowers series, illustrated by Simini Blocker, where middle-school student Veronica’s superpowers will ruin everything―if she doesn’t beat them to it. Veronica has worked hard to get her feelings under control. Sure, sometimes a strong emotion turns into a superpower―giving her a personal raincloud on a bad day, or literally turning her green with envy. But it’s happening a lot less these days! Then she finds out what she’ll be doing at summer camp: directing her own movie with her best friend Charlie―and her best frenemy Becky. At first it seems fun, until Veronica’s superpowers start affecting other people. When Veronica calls “Action!” everyone has to do what she says. But is that the best way to make her dream movie―or to treat her friends?My So-Called Superpowers: Mixed Emotions raises the stakes on Veronica’s middle-school adventures, proving that her powers are both the best thing and the worst thing that’s ever happened to her.An Imprint BookPraise for My So-Called Superpowers:“My So-Called Superpowers is vibrant, lively, and hums along at a snappy pace. It has a genuinely warm, welcoming Saturday-morning cartoon feeling to it.”―Tony Cliff, New York Times bestselling author of the Delilah Dirk series“Readers will empathize with Veronica’s quest, and fall in love with this fun, heartwarming story about learning to embrace your individual quirks and the power of friendship.”―Rysa Walker, author of the bestselling CHRONOS Files series and the Delphi Trilogy
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