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Surprise Attack!: Nickolas Flux and the Attack on Pearl Harbor
Surprise Attack!: Nickolas Flux and the Attack on Pearl Harbor
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Graphic Library

Surprise Attack!: Nickolas Flux and the Attack on Pearl Harbor

When a spontaneous time leap sends Nickolas Flux back to the attack on Pearl Harbor, what's a teenage history buff to do? Try to avoid going down with the battleships, of course! From the sinking of the USS Oklahoma to the bombardment of the airfields, Nick must survive the Japanese surprise attack that pulled the United States into World War II.

PublisherCapstone Press
BrandGraphic Library
Age Level9-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 3-6
GenreGraphic Nonfiction
SubjectMilitary, Action & Adventure, Graphic Novels
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count40



Booklist - Maggie Reagan

"The Nickolas Flux History Chronicles series tackle historical events by masquerading as fiction. Young history buff Nickolas Flux, who can jump unpredictably through time, tends to land in some of the most volatile moments of the past. . . .Despite the fantastical setup, fact takes precedence over fiction in this visual exploration of big moments in history." - Booklist

February 1, 2015

Book Links, "Pearl Harbor and WWII Book Connections" - Pat Scales

"...this graphic novel introduces Nick Flux, a teenage history buff, who time-travels to the day the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor." - Book Links, "Pearl Harbor and WWII Book Connections"

April 1, 2015

Terry Collins

Terry Collins

An award-winning newspaper reporter and columnist, Terry Collins now writes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and graphic novels for readers of all ages. Some of his latest titles include biographies of Elvis Presley and Louis Armstrong. A National Board Certified English instructor, he now teaches literature and creative writing in his hometown of Mount Airy, North Carolina.

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