Diary of a Super Girl...In the 2nd addition to this funny and exciting series, Lia discovers that her super power has become the "new normal." However, she is not prepared for the exciting challenges that arise, and she is forced to deal with them in the only way she knows how...using her super powers of course!
Super Teen becomes famous in Sun City, but not always for the right reasons. She has many fans but there are also the Super Teen critics who do not approve. She learns more about the good and the not so good consequences of being the strongest person on Earth. After ten years, Lia’s dad is back in her life which is great, except he is working for Big Mega Science, a company that makes robots go crazy, forcing Lia to take them down. To complicate matters further, her strange new neighbor turns out to be half-vampire and has a crush on her, and she finds out that the very pretty new girl at school is a witch!
Lia learns to appreciate and accept differences in others as well as developing independence and confidence in herself. Because that's what Strong women do!
Diary of a Super Girl - Book 2 is a humorous story filled with excitement, friendships and a little romance, as well as a growing list of amazing super powers. If you're looking for great books for girls ages 9 - 12, and also for kids of any age, then this is for you. Another fantastic series for girls that you won't want to put down!
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This was the ending to one of the weirdest times of my life. First I discovered that I have super powers. In fact, all my female ancestors before me had these powers. I am so strong that one of my farts can instantly drop a herd of cows. I can knock people out with a tap or with a whiff of my armpit. My breath can toss people around like a hurricane. I can leap tall buildings. I have a bunch of powers that I don’t even understand yet. In other words, I’m super. Of course, I love to use my powers to help people. I have saved a cute kid from a gorilla in zoo, a cat from a tree and stopped a bunch of bad guys from robbing people. (Naturally, it’s tempting to think about knocking out the mall with super foot odor and having the place to myself. But that’s something I would never do. ) The press calls me Super Teen and I kind of like that. But as strange as it may be to have super powers, nothing in my life was nearly as strange as seeing my father standing before me. “Marcus! What are you doing here?” my mom demanded. “Isabella, you look lovely as ever,” he replied. “Answer the question, Marcus!” Mom was not impressed. I swear I could see steam coming off her body. Dad held up two hands. “When I saw Super Teen on TV I knew it had to be Lia. I wanted to tell her how proud I am of her. Finally, one of you Strong women is willing to use her powers in the open.” Mom shook her head. “Okay, so why didn’t you call and set up a time to come visit?” “Would you have taken my call?” Dad asked. “No, probably not,” Mom admitted. “But why break into our house in the middle of the night?” Dad smiled. “I wanted to test Lia’s senses and reflexes to see how fast she responded.”
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