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Mac Attack! #2 (The Adventures of Daniel Boom AKA Loud Boy #2)

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A chapter book story in a graphic novel format! In this mouthwatering sequel, Eda Grossweiner is the distasteful lunch lady at Daniel?s school who loves to serve gross glop. She is recruited by Kid-Rid Industries to brainwash kids into being polite and obedient?yuck! Once again, Daniel and his friends call upon their superpowers to confront the shady chef and save the worl ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published August 14th 2008 by Grosset & Dunlap
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Nicola Mansfield
Two panels tell us how things ended in book one, then we are introduced to each superhero and their power. With that the story picks up where it left off in book one. Uncle Stanley didn't drop by just to say good work, he wants to enlist their help in defeating the evil Industry of scientists who are out to quieten children forever. He gives them costumes and communicators and they discover a plot by Kid-Rid Industries in their own school where they have enlisted the help of the mean lunch lady ...more
Patrice Sartor
Once again Loud Boy and his gang of unexpected super-powered friends are confronted with evil and must join forces to stop it. This time, evil comes in through the school cafeteria, which isn't really much of a stretch based on the smell of most school lunchrooms these days. Beware the mac 'n cheese!

I read the first one, though I could not find it on GoodReads, oddly. Still, readers do not need to have read #1 in order to enjoy this one. The colors are bright and vibrant, with well-drawn charact
Jupiter Sinclair
My son loves this series. I'm not a huge fan. I like the premise of these kids who are known for having behavior problems actually being gifted and using those behaviors (tantrums,being loud,too talkative,fidgety..) as superpowers. I don't feel like the stories flow well, I guess.

Still, he's reading and there's nothing worth objecting to that would keep me from reading more in the series, so there's that.
Annie Oosterwyk
A fun graphic novel for upper elementary about kids with super powers based on behaviors usually considered problematic. The evil lunch lady is used by the bad guys to make children all over the world polite and amenable. Whoa!!! Scary!
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