The Cheerleaders of Doom

by Michael Buckley and Ethen Beavers

The Cheerleaders of Doom

Hardcover, 245 pages, Harry N Abrams Inc, List Price: $14.95 | purchase

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When a former member of NERDS turns into a villainous cheerleader, Matilda "Wheezer" Choi and the rest of the NERDS must infiltrate the cheerleader squad and save the world from a machine that wreaks havoc by entering other dimensions.

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It isn't easy being a nerdy kid ... if only there were some secret organization that turned nerds' weaknesses into superpowers using nanotechnology. That's the premise of NERDS, a series about grade-school spies who must work together to save the world (at least once per volume). A kid with braces turns his wires into super tools. A kid who has ADHD has the ability to move super fast. In The Cheerleaders of Doom installment, a former student has created a machine that

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