Friday, May 19, 2017

Review: Batgirl at Superhero High

In providing tech support for Super Hero High, Barbara Gordon knows the inside scoop on the school. She badly wants to attend, but her father is dead set against it. She doesn't have any superpowers and he's worried about her.  She makes a deal with him and starts on a trial basis.

Since she's behind, she has a lot of work to catch up on. Plus, everyone still comes with her with tech questions. When she's selected to be on a reality show featuring her technology skills, she can't say no.

But will her technology skills bring about her downfall and give her father a reason to bring her back home?
My Thoughts: I was really happy to have a Batgirl book, she's been in the shadows the last two books and I'm glad she came into her own here. I loved that she didn't have any superpowers. I liked that she relied on her own skills. She has a giant heart and tries to help everyone. I like how everyone at the school comes together in friendship and in times of need. A great addition to this series and I'm looking forward to seeing who the next heroine will be. 

Cover Thoughts: Cute
Source: Book sent for review
Library Recommendation: Perfect for both public and school libraries.

1 comment:

Batch of Books said...

I loved this book, too! Have you read the rest of the series? I've been reading them with my kids, and they really like them. Batgirl was my favorite book in the series so far. I really enjoyed her story. I loved that she didn't have superpowers.