Monday, September 12, 2016

THE MIGHTY ODDS Review & Giveaway #WIN


 The Mighty Odds

by Amy Ignatow

Every kid's dream is super powers and that is just what The Mighty Odds is all about. Imagine you have a accident and when you wake up you suddenly have special abilities? That is exactly what happens in this book but with a great twist. The powers aren't thinks like super speed or amazing strength. Instead the kids get things like strength only in their thumbs or teleporting but only a few inches.

What happens is a hilarious book as the kids try to find out what happen to them and what these powers mean. They also develop friendships outside of their social cliques.  This is a great book for middleschoolers. It is fun and engaging.


When a sweet nerd, an artsy cartoonist, a social outcast, and the most popular girl in school are involved in a mysterious bus accident, this seemingly random group of kids starts to notice some very strange abilities they did not have before. Artsy Martina can change her eye color. Nerdy Nick can teleport . . . four inches to the left. Outcast Farshad develops super strength, but only in his thumbs. And Cookie, the It Girl of school’s most popular clique, has suddenly developed the ability to Odd32read minds . . . when those minds are thinking about directions. They are oddly mighty—especially together.

This group—who would never hang out under normal circumstances—must now combine all of their strengths to figure out what happened during the bus accident. With alternating narratives from each of the heroes, including illustrated pieces from Martina, and featuring bold female superheroes and a multicultural cast, THE MIGHTY ODDS is a Breakfast Club for a new generation.

 You can get your copy of The Mighty Odds at your local bookstore or online at stores like Amazon starting on September 13!

One lucky reader will win a copy of The Mighty Odds received product, press or compensation to facilitate this review. This post may contain affiliate links. We only give our honest opinions of products. This post is in accordance with the FTC 10 CFR, Part 255 concerning the use, endorsements or testimonials in advertising.

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