Avengers Assembly: Orientation

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Three kids are being invited to join the Avengers, but first they must attend hero school, after regular school, to get to do the superhero things. Did I mention keep the whole thing a secret? Can Kamala, Miles, and Doreen keep up with the load and become the heroes they have always dreamed of being?

Plot: I honestly found the whole story confusing and slow moving. However, I did have an ARC that was missing multiple graphics, so I might have not had some information. It felt like the three main characters were getting told they were going to school for the first third of the book, and then attending said school for the majority of the last two thirds. Which is fine, but it did not seem as exciting as I think it should have for a Marvel book.

Graphics: The graphics I saw were good. I felt like it wandered between a good amount of information and then too much information. It would have been nice to not have so many panels missing.

Kid Appeal: It will sell because it is Marvel and the graphics are cool.

Age Range: 8 to 11 years

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Author Preeti Chhibber; illustrated by James Lancett
Star Count /5
Format Hard
Page Count 176 pages
Publisher Scholastic
Publish Date 2020-Aug-04
ISBN 9781338587258
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Issue January 2021
Category Tweens


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