Attack of the Cheetah by Jane B. Mason
  

Attack of the Cheetah

Written by Jane B. Mason
Illustrated by Dan Schoening
Part of the DC Super Heroes: Wonder Woman Series

Synopsis

Attack of the Cheetah by Jane B. Mason

When a cheetah exhibition opens at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., Princess Diana arrives to witness the event. At the grand opening, the rare cats suddenly escape, fleeing through a crowd of frightened zoogoers! Diana quickly transforms into her secret identity, Wonder Woman, captures the cats and saves the day. But when the cheetahs continue their odd behavior, only one thing can explain it. The cat-like super-villain, Cheetah, is on the loose!

About the Author

Dan Schoening was born in Victoria, B.C. Canada. From an early age, Dan has had a passion for animation and comic books. Currently, Dan does freelance work in the animation and game industry and spends a lot of time with his lovely little daughter, Paige. Jane Mason is no super hero, but having three kids sometimes makes her wish she had superpowers. Jane has written children's books for more than fifteen years and hopes to continue doing so for fifty more. She makes her home in Oakland, California, with her husband, three children, their dog, and a gecko. Her boys are begging for a pet cheetah, but Jane is holding firm.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
56 pages

Author

Jane B. Mason
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Publisher

Raintree an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd

Publication date

15th June 2010

ISBN

9781406216332


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