This title is suitable for children of ages 9 to 12 years. Readers won't want to miss this zany sequel to "Evan Brain: Adventures of a Delusional Kid Superhero", where Evan morphs from kid superhero adventurer to boy warrior in his ongoing fight against evil. In this sequel, there is one story told from two perspectives. Evan's mother writes about her quirky son's shenanigans. Evan, 15, records the heroic boy warrior's epic battle against evil. Evan assembles his Christmas list with lots of sass and imagination, fires off a disgruntled letter to the tooth fairy, figures Mensa members shun broken fish, wonders if his cousin with the neck scar had a head transplant, considers a veterinarian for his next doctor visit, declares he wants a tattoo of Calvin, and of course, writes insincere apology notes.
Eve Becker-Doyle is CEO of the National Athletic Trainers' Association. She enjoys writing books, except for having to nag the obstreperous Evan. Evan Brian Doyle is enrolled in the Dallas Public Schools, where he maintains an un- distinguished academic career at the Science and Engineering Magnet High School. He attended Travis Talented and Gifted Middle School. Evan's interests are computers, sleeping and watching rugby.