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"Army of Mean" Dr. Impossible is back! Fresh from the massive butt kicking the Sisters of Power delivered him in book 1, Family Secrets, and this time he's brought an army of giant robots to lay siege to Century City. Once again it's up to Zoey Zeta and the Sisters of Power to save the City, but with their powers and teamwork still unproven, will the City survive being saved?
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"Family Secrets" When the Zeta sisters decided to keep their super powers a secret from a world, they had no idea that a sinister menace would appear and threaten to drive Century City into ruin. Now it's time for the sisters to team up, crack up and battle the evil Dr. Impossible and some giant robots. But the Zeta sisters aren't the only ones with a powerful secret and what they discover in their first adventure together, may make it their last.
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Zack Allen loves comic books, but he's nothing like his favorite superheroes. He's always getting picked on by bullies at school. Then one day, Zack builds a high-tech robot suit. Now he must decide how to use his newfound powers. He has become Zinc Alloy, the world's newest superhero!
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When Zack Allen reveals his secret superhero identity, everything in his life changes. Suddenly, he's the coolest kid at school and the world's greatest athlete. But can he compete without wearing the Zinc Alloy suit? Find out what happens when the robot suit comes off.
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It's winter vacation, and Zack Allen's family is headed to the mountains. When Zack arrives, Johnny, the school's biggest bully, tricks him into entering the annual ski competition. While on the slopes, however, Zack discovers an even greater problem, an evil villain is building a giant freeze ray within the mountain. Now Zinc must stop his evil plans and take home the ski trophy.
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When a good deed goes bad, an angry mob chases Zinc Alloy out of Metro City. To escape, he hides in a creepy, old house on the edge of town. But inside, the world’s newest superhero faces his most frightening challenge yet, robo Frankenstein! Can Zinc survive against this two-ton terror, or will he become monster mush?
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Explorers like Amelia Earhart and Chris Hadfield. Pioneers like Marie Curie and Margaret E. Knight.  Modern icons like John Green and the Dalai Lama. These are only a few of the trailblazers you'll meet in this collection of cartoons and quotes. Let their words of wisdom lead you to greatness, reflection, and discovery. Each inspiring quote is transformed into a compelling story that unfolds before your eyes. Follow the illustrated adventures of dragon slayers, warrior monks, ballet dancers, and professional wrestlers—all while hearing from some of the great voices of our past and present. Now for kids! Based on the adult New York Times bestseller, this special edition for children will inspire them to reach for the stars. 
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Zen Pencils: Creative Struggle is a call to wake up the creative spirit inside you. Through Zen Pencils cartoon quotes on creativity from inspirational artists, musicians, writers, and scientists, you'll discover what inspired each of the subjects to reach the full potential of their creativity. In each comic, the speaker of the quote is the character in the story. Imagine cartoon versions of Albert Einstein, Frida Kahlo, Marie Curie,  and Vincent van Gogh revealing the spark that ignited them to achieve their dreams!
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Snoopy takes to muscle beach to impress bikini-clad-beagles and to tame the wild waves with his cowabunga surfing skills, meanwhile, the rest of the PEANUTS gang gets sand in their shoes, in this all-new collection of fun-in-the-sun comic strips! Black and White, 63 strips
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This collection of strips features Snoopy’s solitary brother, Spike–alone (but never lonely)–in the desolate desert of Needles, California. Spike spends his days talking to cacti, tumbleweeds and presiding over the very exclusive (if not, existential) Cactus Club. BW, 89 strips
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In this classic PEANUTS reprint book from 1965, Charlie Brown tries his luck at the school Spelling Bee, Sally steals Linus' blanket, and Snoopy is as special as ever! BW, 130 pgs.
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This digital reprint collection features some of your favorite PEANUTS strips from 1964-65. Watch Charlie Brown pitch on a field of dandelions! See Snoopy pop a wheelie and surf some waves! And discover if the kids can survive summer camp in this classic collection of the world's greatest comic strip! BW, 130pgs.
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In this classic reprint collection from 1962, Linus' "blanket-hating grandma" comes to town, Sally discovers the wonderful world of libraries, and Charlie Brown suffers the indignity of watching his favorite ball-player get sent down to the minors...just one of the reasons You're A Brave Man, Charlie Brown! BW, 130 pages.
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The PEANUTS gang has always been transfixed by the soft glow from a big-box television and this collection chronicles all those strips from the early days of 1951 all the way to 1998! BW, 164 strips.
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What if you combined Shel Silverstein and Tim Burton with a dollop of Dr. Seuss? You’d get Attaboy. With his theatrical eye for the absurd and unbridled paintbrush, Attaboy’s hilarious anthology of poems will amuse readers of all ages. Off-the-wall characters (a child who is a sock magnet) meet the adorably peculiar (a hugging cactus) and the bizarre (zombie clowns). Then there's the title story. Because of his beastly behavior, Gustav's parents hire an expert to determine if their son is truly a monster! Enjoy hidden jokes and hilarious wordplay in this collection from an irreverent twenty-first century imagination. "Attaboy's creepy cool monsters are an insane delight. They'll leap off the page, squirm through your optic nerve, and haunt your brain forever. And that's a good thing." - Mark Frauenfelder, founder of Boing Boing "If you like weird fun, then you'll love this book. It's like a candy store for your brain and eyes. A creative explosion of colorful stories, poems, and characters." - Liam Lynch creator of The Sifl & Olly Show, director "Tenacious D. and the Pick of Destiny" and Sarah Silverman's "Jesus is Magic"
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In her hugely popular comic drawings, Gemma Correll dispenses dubious advice and unreliable information on life as she sees it, including The Dystopian Zodiac, Reward Stickers for Grown-Ups, Palm Reading for Millennials, and a Map of the Introvert's Heart. For all you fellow agonizers, fretters, and nervous wrecks, this book is for you. Read it and weep...with laughter
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A young girl sets out on her own to fly her kite and encounters a pirate cloud full of goblins looking to cause trouble. She is rescued by a big black wolf who scare the goblins away and stays to help her fly her kite as high as possible. Their friendship teaches her courage (which is what she names the wolf). An adorable, simple children's story by three-time Eisner nominee Tony Sandoval. The illustrations are magical and the tale itself is very cute.   
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This digital reprint collects classic PEANUTS comic strips from 1976-68, featuring Linus building a house of cards, Snoopy glides on the ice and Charlie Brown finally gets up the courage to write the Little Red-Haired Girl. BW 130 pages
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Welcome to Monster Isle is like Gilligan's Island meeting Godzilla! Enjoy a family's fantastic voyage as they discover legendary monsters that come alive before their very eyes. The Summer's family vacation goes bananas when a perfect storm tosses their tiny boat off course. Finnegan, his sister Anne Marie, parents and dog Howl expected a short pleasure cruise with the Skipper and his first mate Tina. Now these seven castaways are stranded on an uncharted desert island! Curiously, they venture into the unknown and encounter a menagerie of colorful and cackling creatures. Can these hardy survivors befriend beasts bigger than life and straight from their wildest imaginations? But despite all their differences (and a menacing mountain), can everybody finally get along?
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We're On Your Side, Charlie Brown collects some of the very best PEANUTS strips from 1957-1959. Featuring the early gang's adventures with stubborn kites, soggy blankets, and Snoopy's crisp and brisk nose! BW 130 pages
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