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Mia Mayhem vs. the Super Bully

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Mia and her best friends are up against a major super bully in this third adventure of the Mia Mayhem chapter book series!

When a super annoying villain (who’s actually another superhero) arrives at THE PITS and accuses Mia of not belonging, Mia doesn’t know what to do. Will she be able to hold her ground when she goes up against the Super Bully?

With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Mia Mayhem chapter books are perfect for emerging readers.

ISBN-13: 9781534444737

Media Type: Paperback

Publisher: Little Simon

Publication Date: 05-14-2019

Pages: 128

Product Dimensions: 5.40(w) x 7.20(h) x 0.40(d)

Age Range: 5 - 9 Years

Series: Mia Mayhem Series #3

Kara West would love to be a superhero, mostly so she can ask squirrels what they’re so nervous about. She lives with her own cats, who, unlike Chaos, spend more time sleeping than causing trouble. Thank goodness. Leeza Hernandez, an award-winning illustrator and now children’s book author, hails from the south of England, but has been living in New Jersey since 1999. She works as an art director at a local magazine and in her spare time, creatively noodles with new ideas for books in her art studio. She loves to experiment with printmaking, pen and ink, digital collage, and painting.

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Mia Mayhem vs. the Super Bully


Oh boy. We’re totally going to lose this soccer game. I doubt we’ll be able to make a comeback before time runs out. If by some miracle we do score a goal, I definitely need to stay out of it.

Why? Well, because the last time I was on this field, I kicked the ball so hard that I broke the goalpost by mistake!



Weird things happen to me all the time. In fact, all my life I thought I was a super-klutz. No matter how hard I tried to avoid it, I always caused a lot of mayhem.

But here’s the kicker: I found out that I’m not a super-klutz. . . . I’m actually just SUPER!

Like for real!

I. Mia Macarooney. Am. A. Superhero!



Ever since I found out, I’ve had to juggle a lot. During the day, I go to Normal Elementary School. But as soon as the school bell rings, I head off to the Program for In Training Superheroes, aka the PITS. And at the PITS, I go by my superhero name, MIA MAYHEM!

My parents and my best friend are the only people who know the truth. Sometimes I wish I could tell everybody. But I’ve learned that keeping things quiet is the only way to protect my secret identity. My mom and dad would know best. They’ve been superheroes for much longer than me.