Being a teenage girl is hard enough, but for DeDe Christopher, it is proving impossible. In addition to cliques, books, and boys, she has to worry about capes, apes, and aliens. Last year, DeDe discovered that she possessed fantastic abilities that were strangely similar to those of a comic book character named SkyBoy.
With the help of her best friend Jason, a self-professed comic geek, DeDe accepted her legacy and became Sky Girl. Now, DeDe must learn what it means to be a heroine as Sky Girl faces the all too real enemies and allies of SkyBoy, including the clever Quizmaster, the beautiful Penny Pound, the enigmatic Jersey Devil, and the magical MissTick. DeDe must also face personal challenges as she discovers the secrets of her late father and his connection to Skyboy —secrets that will affect Sky Girl’s destiny.If you have a young girl in the house, like 12 to 16, I think this book will go over eally super. It is light on violence and bad words. It also has some really good quality values that seep through and hopefully stick with your child and help guide them in real life.
I like that they made DeDe seem real, she goes to school, does homework, has friends, and just She also suspects that her father was the original Sky Boy and is seeking answers to a lot of questions.
She has one very good friend who helps her with the computers and other techie things so she can concentrate on saving people. Although, unknown for sure, their principal is one of the Aliens and enemy in disguise.
Who can she trust when it comes time to fight? Or is she all alone on this one?
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