Super Sasquatch Showdown (Paperback)

Sasquatch and Aliens

By Charise Mericle Harper, Charise Mericle Harper (Illustrator)

Square Fish, 9781250112163, 192pp.

Publication Date: May 31, 2016

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover (2/3/2015)
Prebound (5/31/2016)

List Price: 6.99*
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Description

When Morgan and Lewis receive a cryptic letter and a key from Mr. Lee, they get to enter his garage studio and see his life-like costume creations. Is the alien they meet there just another one of Mr. Lee's movie robots or is it a bonafide extraterrestrial? Morgan and Lewis must uncover the details to solve the mystery while they also try to convince their town that the Sasquatch footprint located in the woods is the real deal and not a fake made by Mr. Lee's Sasquatch robot. Yes – robots, aliens, and Sasquatches abound and the big question through it all for Morgan and Lewis is – what is real and what's pretending to be real. With so much at stake, they must be able to tell their friends from their foes.

Super Sasquatch Showdown by Charise Mericle Harper is the second book in the hilarious, illustrated Sasquatch and Aliens series.



About the Author

Charise Mericle Harper has created many books for children, including the popular Fashion Kitty series, the Just Grace books, When Randolph Turned Rotten, and Henry's Heart. She has also illustrated Ralph’s World Rocks! by Ralph Covert. She lives in Mamaroneck, New York, with her family.

Charise Mericle Harper has created many books for children, including the popular Fashion Kitty series, the Just Grace books, When Randolph Turned Rotten, and Henry's Heart. She has also illustrated Ralph’s World Rocks! by Ralph Covert. She lives in Mamaroneck, New York, with her family.


Praise For Super Sasquatch Showdown: Sasquatch and Aliens

“. . . a quick, entertaining read.” —School Library Journal

“Funny and sweet and never too clever.” —The Horn Book on Alien Encounter

“Big-hearted, fast-paced, and deadpan . . . succeeds to great effect.” —Publishers Weekly on Alien Encounter

“The book really shines in its development of Morgan as a kid still figuring himself out in the context of a new relationship, and in its never-missing-a-beat humor.” —The Bulletin on Alien Encounter

“A genius pairing of fiction and nonfiction.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review on Henry's Heart