The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl

2 Fuzzy, 2 Furious

eBook - 2018
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Fourteen-year-old Doreen Green's work as a superhero leads to problems with her life in middle school, but when a new shopping mall creates turmoil between two towns, Squirrel Girl is on the case.
Publisher: Los Angeles : Marvel Press, an imprint of Disney Book Group, [2018]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2018
ISBN: 9781368024518
Branch Call Number: EBOOK J OVERDRIVE
Characteristics: 1 online resource (323 pages) : illustrations
Additional Contributors: Hale, Dean 1972-

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SJPL_JessL Mar 18, 2020

Doreen Green is the unbeatable Squirrel Girl but being a regular middle schooler can be tougher than a superhero. Between trying to figure out her homeroom teacher, how to keep her BHF (best human friend), and talking evil-doers out of doing evil, Doreen has her hands full. Thanks to her BHF and help from the squirrel army, fronted by Tippy-Toes, Doreen takes on a well camouflaged threat in her town of Shady Oaks, New Jersey.

Unbeatable Squirrel Girl 2 is an upbeat, overly positive sequel to the first novelization. You do not need to read the first book to enjoy this one, or at least I didn’t and still did. Doreen, aka Squirrel Girl, does her best fighting while attempting to talk down run of the mill villains (mostly urban citizens who are just having a really bad day). She only resorts to physical responses when others are in danger. Besides plasma guns, a tobacco reference, and general evil-doer plotting, there isn't anything objectionable mentioned. A few characters end up with scrapes, bruises, and get knocked unconscious. The book switches perspectives between three characters. One of the perspectives is of Ana Sophia, Doreen’s BHF, who happens to be deaf. Her perspective is eye-opening about how she feels around those who are able to hear. I enjoyed the flow, humor, group chats with other Marvel characters, and awkward middle school situations. Definitely a for middle schoolers and early high school students who may be reluctant readers.


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