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Heroes A2Z #1: Alien Ice Cream

Heroes A2Z #1: Alien Ice Cream

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Heroes A2Z #1: Alien Ice Cream

4.5/5 (4 évaluations)
128 pages
19 minutes
Oct 23, 2012


Traverse City is the home to three special superheroes.

Meet Abigail, the oldest. When it comes to sports, she can’t be beat.

Andrew is her twin. If it has wheels, he can ride it.

Baby Zoë is the youngest but also the strongest. Don’t let the diaper fool you.

In this first adventure, the heroes try to keep their cool on the hottest day of the year. Soon, however, they discover that not all ice cream is created equal. Some is created by aliens who have plans to take over the world.

Oct 23, 2012

À propos de l'auteur

David Anthony, along with co-author Charles David Clasman, has written over 20 books for kids in three series, including Mystery Underground, Heroes A2Z, and Knightscares.David Anthony received his first typewriter in the eighth grade and has been banging on keyboards ever since. As a child, some of David's best friends were books. He always loved to read. A friend first inspired him to write, and the steady encouragement of his parents and teachers kept him at it. Today he writes with the passion of his youth. No story can ever be too fantastic, too impossible, too spooky, or too silly.David currently lives in West Bloomfield, Michigan with a patient wife, a semi-patient son, and a demanding dog. At least two of them usually need a haircut. When not writing or reading, David plays tabletop games with his son, engages in social media, and roots for the Detroit Red Wings.

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Heroes A2Z #1 - David Anthony

Alien Ice Cream


David Anthony


Charles David Clasman


Lys Blakeslee

Heroes A²Z #1: Alien Ice Cream

Copyright 2012 David Anthony and Charles David Clasman

Published by Sigil Publishing, LLC

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No part of this publication may be reproduced in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission of the publisher. For information regarding permission, write to Sigil Publishing, LLC, Box 824, Leland, MI 49654.

This book is fiction. The people, places, and events depicted within are fictitious or used fictitiously. Any resemblance to persons living or dead or to real life places is purely coincidental.

Table of Contents

1. Meet the Heroes

2. How Hot Was It?

3. I Scream, You Scream

4. U.F.O. Sure-Burt

5. Out-of-This-World Flavors

6. Villainous Vegetables

7. Eat Your Ice Cream

8. The Deep Brain-Freeze

9. Zombies, Zombie Everywhere

10. Spreading the Freeze

11. Robo-Cone Robots

12. Lost in Space

13. No Earthlings Allowed

14. Scoop de Loop

15. Plan Zero Degrees

16. Snow Cone Cannons

17. Zoë’s Antidote

18. Heroes Again

1: Meet the Heroes

Welcome to Traverse City, Michigan, population 18,000. The city has everything you might expect: malls, movie theaters, schools, and playgrounds. Kids swim here in the summer and build snowmen during the winter. Sometimes they pretend that they live in an ordinary place.

But Traverse City is far from ordinary. It is set on one of the Great Lakes and blooms with brilliant colors in the spring. Thousands of people visit every year.

Still, few of them know the city’s real secret. Even fewer talk about it. You see, Traverse City is home to three exceptional superheroes. This story is about them.

Meet Abigail, the oldest of our heroes by a whole eight minutes. When it comes to sports, she can’t be beat—not at arm wrestling, not at archery, and certainly not at aces on the tennis court. Her duffle bag is stuffed with athletic equipment that never weighs her down. Once she sank a pirate ship with a well-aimed drive of her

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  • (5/5)
    Who doesn't love ice cream? One super hot day in Traverse City the citizens all get excited when an ice cream truck shows up with delicious frozen treats. Everyone wants some ice cream, including our 3 heroes. Abigail and Andrew, the twins, and Zoe, the baby. They soon find out that this isn't just ordinary ice cream, but alien ice cream that will help enslave humanity! I dont want to give away the ending, so I will just say it's great to find out how our heroes save the day... and the world. This is such a cute book. I read this book to my very young daughter who seemed to really enjoy it. The characters are great and enjoyable. Their superpowers are fun and fit the characters well. The story itself was simple and enjoyable. The pictures in the book were adorable and really add to the book. I think it was a fantastic first book to the series and I look forward to continuing to read these books with my daughter. I think if these books had of been around when my son was younger it would of made his reading time so much easier. I recommend this book for anyone with younger children who like to be read to or early readers, around grades 1 - 4.
  • (4/5)
    Three superhero siblings save a small Michigan town from certain peril, this time in the form of aliens peddling hypnosis-inducing ice cream. Their powers are silly (speed and sports; the ability to drive anything with wheels, including airplanes; and anything Superman can do, respectively) but fun. Most memorable for me was the youngest, Zoe, who is still in diapers. I was a little concerned by the idea of a superhero lacking bladder control, but all the same, it was quite clear the authors wrote with their audience firmly in mind. For example, Zoe speaks only one word at a time, all potential vocabulary words; in this book they all started with the letter A but I assume future books in the series go through the alphabet. Adorable illustrations adorn every page. I was amused by the strange little asides and the commentary on sibling rivalry. In short, this is the sort of thing I would probably have enjoyed as a child. I also probably would have colored the illustrations.