This groundbreaking new middle grade series follows DC Comics' most iconic female Super Heroes and Super-Villains . . . as high schoolers. At Super Hero High, the galaxy's most powerful teens nurture their powers and master the fundamentals of what it means to be a hero.
After I loved the first one in the series I couldn’t wait to get to read the sequel. I mean who didn’t fall in love with Super Hero High all the cool characters. We get to meet Supergirl in this one and I think I loved her the most out of the characters and she really was a normal teen going through her awkward stage in life. You always think of who the super heroes are now but not how they were as kids and teens and that is what I love about these books. They show little girls that it’s ok to not be perfect and to be themselves. We get to see Supergirl adjusting to her life at Super Hero school and trying to make friends. It was interesting seeing her interact with them and how start struck she seemed by them as if she wasn’t famous in her own right.
As the story continued we see her making friends and adjusting to life. Of course in true fashion she has to help solve a mystery and it bonds her closer to her new classmates and nee friends. Overall I enjoyed this one and loved seeing and learning more about Supergirl. I think this one had perfect timing on being released too especially with how well the Supergirl tv show has been doing. I plan on passing this one of to my daughter as I know she wants to read it and enjoys this series. I would recommend this one for readers that want a light read and middle grade readers.