This brand-new comedy-adventure novel for young readers is based directly on the hilarious movie of the same name, released nationwide in May ’09, and starring Ben Stiller as the whimsical museum guard Larry Daley. Both the film and its novelization are sequels to the 2006 box office winner and New York Times best-selling novelization, Night at the Museum. In this new book, the good-hearted dreamer Larry Daley must say good-bye to his famous friends from history who magically came to life during closing hours at New York’s Natural History Museum. They are being replaced by virtual hologram exhibits, and the originals have been packed up and shipped off to the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. Then, Larry learns that the ancient Egyptian tablet of Ahkmenrah was also shipped by mistake, which allows the new acquisitions to come back to life! Among them are an evil ancient pharaoh, Ivan the Terrible of Czarist Russia, the American gangster Al Capone, France’s Emperor Napoleon, and the famous woman pilot Amelia Earhart. It’s Larry’s job to stop a nefarious plot by evil-doers in that group. Fortunately, Larry gets vital help from Amelia Earhart. Here’s a delightful concoction of comedy, adventure, and fantasy that kids won’t want to put down until they’ve reached the last page.
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Michael Anthony Steele has written for family entertainment for more than thirteen years, and is author of more than 60 books for major brands, including Speed Racer, Shrek, The Batman, Spider-Man, Garfield, and others. He began his writing career as a staff writer for the PBS series Wishbone and more recently has written 25 episodes for the PBS series Barney & Friends. He currently lives in Texas.
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Descripción Barron's Educational Series, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0764142704
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