The Fantastic Freewheeler, Sixth-Grade Superhero!
by Molly Felder
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Pub Date 01 Aug 2023 | Archive Date 31 Jul 2023
Capstone, Stone Arch Books
On his twelfth birthday, Drew Daniels receives a chunk of alien spacecraft. It’s the coolest present ever. But then a Martian secretly comes to take the piece back and gives Drew an even more amazing gift in exchange: the power to absorb information through touch! Will Drew keep this brain boost ability to himself, or will he take up the path of a superhero and help a classmate who loses something precious? Find out in this exciting Fantastic Freewheeler graphic novel, featuring a spunky hero who uses a wheelchair due to cerebral palsy, as well as action full of humor and heart.
Interest Level: 3-6 / Reading Level: Ages 8-10
Other Titles Available in this Series:
- The Fantastic Freewheeler and the Mega Bot Attack
- The Fantastic Freewheeler and the School Dance Disaster
- The Fantastic Freewheeler vs. the Mall of Doom
About the Author
Like the Fantastic Freewheeler, Molly Felder has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair. She received her BA and MA in writing from NYU Gallatin. Her debut picture book, Henry the Boy, is based on the years she spent walking with crutches and is published by Penny Candy Books. The Fantastic Freewheeler books are her first graphic novels. She has taught English to kids in China online and loves having her service dog, Patterson, by her side. If she could pick a superpower, it would be to hear what he’s thinking.
About the Illustrator
It was a simple sketch of Superman by his father that first inspired SCOTT BROWN
to begin drawing. A diet of Mad Magazine, newspaper comic strips, and Chuck Jones animation throughout childhood not only strengthened his love of art, but also storytelling. Since then, Scott has published numerous books and produced work for TV, comic books, and games. Scott currently lives in Florida with his wife, two daughters, and a rather diabolical pug named Duncan.
A Note From the Publisher
Illustrated by Scott Brown