Wyatt Burp Rides Again by Greg Trine
(The Adventures of Jo Schmo)

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Whatever the setting or occasion, it is certain that the plot, characters, and humor of this book will be remembered long after the last page.
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Superhero Jo Schmo has a problem: There aren’t any crimes to fight in San Francisco! So she and her doggy sidekick Raymond build a time machine and head back to the Gold Rush Days to track down the notorious burping outlaw Wyatt Burp. Meanwhile, trouble is brewing back in the present time. Two mean girls have it in for Jo, and they’re lying in wait for her with a wrecking ball. If Wyatt and his Hole in the Head gang don’t get her, Gertrude and Betty will. Look out, Jo!

 

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Greg Trine has never been a superhero, but he loves writing about them in his series The Adventures of Jo Schmo. Greg lives in southern California with his family. He is also the author of the Melvin Beederman, Superhero series. Visit his website at www.gregtrine.com. Frank W. Dormer is the author/illustrator of Socksquatch and The Obstinate Pen, and the illustrator of the acclaimed Aggie and Ben series and the superhero series The Adventures of Jo Schmo. Frank is an elementary school art teacher lives with his family in Connecticut. Visit his website at www.frankwdormer.com.
 
Published December 18, 2012 by HMH Books for Young Readers. 112 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Comics & Graphic Novels, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Rita Lorraine Hubbard on Dec 18 2012

Whatever the setting or occasion, it is certain that the plot, characters, and humor of this book will be remembered long after the last page.

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