Kate Hannigan is a noted author with a special passion for stories that empower girls and women. Her picture book biography, A Lady Has the Floor, received four starred reviews and was named a Junior Library Guild Selection. In addition to the 2016 Golden Kite Award for Middle Grade Fiction, The Detective's Assistant also received two starred reviews and was a Booklist Editor's Choice, among many other accolades. Hannigan recently presented at NCTE on Our Mighty Girls, about girl power in middle grade fiction, and was a judge for 2018's Golden Kite Awards. Between her active presence on social media (@KateChicago), her work as founder of the Hyde Park/South Side Chicago chapter of SCBWI, and as a busy conference speaker, Kate is an involved, vocal, and respected member of the kid lit community. Visit her online at KateHannigan.com. Patrick Spaziante is an American comic book artist and children's book illustrator known for his work for Archie Comics, in particular his interior pencil and cover work for Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic X, and Sonic Universe.
Cape is a book with something for everyone--codes to crack, villains to vanquish, and a trio of superheroes who just might save the world. An absolutely original story, filled with so much excitement that the pages practically turn themselves. --Frances O'Roark Dowell, Edgar Award winning author of Dovey Coe A one-two punch of heroism and fun! --Ingrid Law, Newbery Honor winner and New York Times bestselling author of Savvy Josie, Mae, and Akiko aren't just the friends and superheroes we need today, they're the friends and superheroes we need to be today. These girls rock! --Liesl Shurtliff, New York Times bestselling author of the Time Castaways trilogy Kate Hannigan does more than write a rip-roaring girls' adventure story. She brings back to life real women who were real superheroines . . . along with some sadly forgotten but wonderful fictional superheroines who predated Wonder Woman. I can't wait for Book Two! --Trina Robbins, author of Babes in Arms, Women in Comics During the Second World War