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Aerostar and the 3 1/2-Point Plan of Vengeance (Hardcover)
Readers of Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Big Nate will love Herbert's Wormhole 3: Aerostar and the 3 1/2-Point Plan of Vengeance, the thrilling and irreverent conclusion to the series that began with Herbert's Wormhole, which J. K. Rowling called "absolutely wonderful fast-paced, inventive, engaging, and hilarious."
Herbert, Alex, and Sammi were pretty sure their adventures in the future were over until they discover that their old nemesis, GOR-DON, has come back to present-day Merwinsville to mess with things. And he's not alone. He is working for an evil genius, perhaps the greatest villain our heroes have yet faced Sammi's future self, a.k.a. Aerostar, a power-mad, vengeance-fueled tyrant with twisted delusions of superheroism. This 111-year-old was the president of ClemCorp, the company responsible for trashing the Earth, the company the G'Daliens destroyed to save it, and now she wants revenge. And it's going to be up to our heroes to once again don the mantle of the AlienSlayers and somehow try to save the past, present, and future from total annihilation.
About the Author
Peter Nelson is a screenwriter who lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife, Diane, and their two sons, Charlie and Christopher. Herbert's Wormhole was Peter's First children's book. He wrote it without ever having met an actual alien or traveling through time, which made it a bit more challenging, but just as fun.
Rohitash Rao was born in an exotic, faraway land called Hyderabad, India. He then grew up in another exotic, faraway land called Rancho Cucamonga, California. He now lives in a magical city on an island called Manhattan, where he works as an animator and director. Herbert's Wormhole was Rao's First children's book, much of which he illustrated while sitting on a broken stool in his apartment.
“Give this to kids who have moved beyond Captain Underpants but want something just as silly and funny.”
-School Library Journal, about HERBERT'S WORMHOLE