Hillel Cooperman has pretended to be a superhero since he was a small child. He conceived of the story of the Madrona Heroes in the summer of 2012 on a trip abroad with his family. By winter, he had started writing in earnest. He lives in the Madrona neighborhood of Seattle with his three children, their three cats, and thousands of Lego bricks. His superpower is procrastination. The Madrona Heroes Register is his first novel.
What happens to the characters in books when those books aren't being read? Where do they go? What do they do? The character from a new novel awakes in this mythical place to find herself staring at three characters from some of her favorite novels. And that's when the real adventure begins.
In this third book in the story of the first Madrona Heroes Register trilogy is complete. A group of siblings and friends have manifested super powers. Their secret has remained safe for now. But the youngest sibling, Cassie, is making decisions that may put them all in danger. Burning questions from the first two books will finally be answered in this third volume in the series.
In this second book in the Madrona Heroes Register series, a set of siblings and their friends, in a Seattle neighborhood, manifest super powers, and traverse the hard choices they represent while delving ever deeper into the source of their newfound abilities.
Someone in ten-year-old Binny Jordan’s family has a super power – & it’s not her. Binny’s seven-year-old sister Cassie can turn herself invisible and now a strange man is keenly interested in what Cassie can do. Binny’s parents seem more distracted than ever, and her older brother Zach is hiding something of his own. Binny needs to find a way to protect her sister, but she’s never felt more alone.