Hear ye, hear ye,all MAX AND THE MIDKNIGHTS fans! Lincoln Peirce, bestselling author and creator of the Big Nate series, joins us in a virtual event hosted by Jeff Kinney. Peirce and Kinney will chat about Max and the Midknights: Battle of the Bodkins, the hilarious sequel to Max and the Midknights. They are longtime friends, so this is sure to be an unforgettable event with tons of laughs. Save your spot in the free event below!
Lincoln has kindly signed bookplates for everyone purchasing his new book with An Unlikely Story, while supplies last! When ordering your book please include that you would like a signed bookplate in the “order comments” section when checking out on our website.
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ABOUT THE BOOK:
Max takes on knight school in the hilarious sequel to the New York Times bestselling illustrated novel Max and the Midknights, from the author of the Big Nate series!
"Fantastic! I loved it!" -Dav Pikley, New York Times bestselling author of the Dog Man series
"Max is epic fun!" -Jeff Kinney, New York Times bestselling author of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series
Max didn't expect knight school to be so tough. Luckily, she has her best friends--the Midknights--at her side. But when Byjovia is under attack, the Midknights will have to face beastly creatures, powerful spells, and their greatest foe yet--themselves?
Lincoln Peirce, author of the New York Times bestselling Max & the Midknights, brings more laughs, more adventures, and more silliness to Battle of the Bodkins, book two in the Max & the Midknights series.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Lincoln Peirce is a New York Times bestselling author and cartoonist. His comic strip Big Nate appears in over 400 newspapers worldwide and online at gocomics.com/bignate. In 2010, he began a series of illustrated novels based on the strip, introducing Nate and his classmates and teachers to a new generation of young readers. In the past seven years, sixteen million Big Nate books have been sold.
The New York Times bestselling Max and the Midknights originated as an unfinished spoof of sword and sorcery tales. Returning to the idea years later, Lincoln rewrote the story around Max, a ten-year-old apprentice troubadour who dreams of becoming a knight.
When he is not writing or drawing, Lincoln enjoys playing ice hockey, doing crossword puzzles, and hosting a weekly radio show devoted to vintage country music. He and his wife, Jessica, have two children and live in Portland, Maine.