HERO Academy Book 1: Superheroes-In-Training

HERO Academy Book Superheroes In Training HERO ACADEMY Will be Most Enjoyed by Kids Ages to EVER WANTED TO BE SUPER What if you were And what if EVERYONE ELSE at your school was as well If everyone is SUPER does that mean no one is So g

  • Title: HERO Academy Book 1: Superheroes-In-Training
  • Author: Bolaji O.
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • HERO ACADEMY Will be Most Enjoyed by Kids Ages 6 to 10 EVER WANTED TO BE SUPER What if you were And what if EVERYONE ELSE at your school was as well If everyone is SUPER, does that mean no one is So goes the first day of school for 5 new kids at Hero Academy in Superville Who s sabotaging the class at every turn How does Susie keep getting away with stuff AndHERO ACADEMY Will be Most Enjoyed by Kids Ages 6 to 10 EVER WANTED TO BE SUPER What if you were And what if EVERYONE ELSE at your school was as well If everyone is SUPER, does that mean no one is So goes the first day of school for 5 new kids at Hero Academy in Superville Who s sabotaging the class at every turn How does Susie keep getting away with stuff And what will happen when people find out that the new kid is an alien From flight and super strength, to invisibility and even the power to create ice cream cones HERO ACADEMY is full of the type of super powers we all wanted to have Along with the sometimes awkward interactions we wish weren t part of growing up.

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    1. A promising startI'm always on the lookout for children's books that will tempt my literate, yet reluctant 5 year old son to read independently. So far the only things he reads on his own without any prompting are nature magazines and yugi oh cards. This super hero story may do the trick, but likely will still need the lure of time snuggling with mama to actually make it through.The story is structured like an 80's sitcom, with lots of characters (each of whom has a notable quirk), elementary sc [...]

    2. I liked this book because Boy Brawn is strong like Superman. Susie is always sticking her tongue out. I bet she can't eat like that.-Malachi (age 7)-

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