How to Capture an Invisible Cat (The Genius Factor)
|Series:||The Genius Factor|
Every Friday the 13th, 6th-grade genius Nate Bannister does three not-so-smart things to keep life interesting. This time, he taught a caterpillar to read, mailed a love letter, and super-sized his cat Proton before turning him invisible. Now Proton is on the loose, and Nate and his new friend Delphine must reverse the experiment before the cat crushes everything and everybody in town. As if that's not enough, the Red Death Tea Society, known for its criminal activity, killer tactics, and tea-brewing skills, is plotting against Nate and Delphine. The dynamic duo must use their creativity, courage and friendship to save the day. Paul Tobin blends wacky humour and chaotic high jinks in this rip-roaring, action-packed middle-grade debut;perfect for fans of David Walliams and Tom Gates.
The first madcap book in a series packed with genius inventions and death-defying stunts and starring a talking dog! Fans of David Walliams and Tom Gates will love it
Author nominated for Best New Series and Best Digital Comic Eisner Award 2013 Author nominated for Best Online Comics Work Harvey Award 2013 Author awarded bronze, Graphic Novels Comics IndieFab Awards 2013
Paul Tobin lives in Portland, Oregon, and is one of the two head writers for the Angry Birds comics, along with other comics for Marvel, Dark Horse and DC Comics. He is also writing episodes for the upcoming season of Angry Birds cartoon shorts. (He further rounds out his domination of iPhone games by writing the Plants vs Zombies comics.) His other current writing credits include the Adventure Time: Flip Side series, the novel Prepare to Die! and, with his wife, artist Colleen Coover, the ongoing series Bandette, which placed on YALSA's 2014 'Best Graphic Novels for Teens' list. www.paultobin.net