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If You Had a Superpower What Would it Be?

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If You Had a Superpower What Would it Be?
Having super powers is awesome, but did you know that true super powers come from within?

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About the Book

 

This title has earned a GOLD Ranking badge, meaning it has received at least three GOLD Bookworm reviews. The author can display or share this badge anywhere he deems appropriate to proclaim that this title earned the highest rating we offer at the Readers Review Room!

Details
Tags: Anita Kovacevic, Connor S., Gold Bookworm
Length: 36
ASIN: 1530481961
ISBN: 1530481961
Endorsements
I picked up this book because it's about superheroes and I'm a superhero. My favorite character was the boy who walked his grandma across the street because I walk my grandma across the street too.

My least favorite characters was the giant because he was stomping on the trees.

My favorite scene was when they were all playing hide and seek. My least favorite scene was the girl climbing the building with no safety net.

I would recommend this book to my friends, especially the ones who like superheroes.
I was drawn to this book because I love superpowers and all things about heroes. My favorite thing about this book was when it asked me if I would like to feel no more pain because I would definitely like that! I liked the rhyming words in this book because I like poetry.

I would tell my friends about this book because I think most kids like stories about superheroes.
This is the second book by Christopher Holley that I have picked up. The first one I read, A World without Water, was done with love and very educative, and this one is even better. It invites the children to think about superpowers and what could be achieved with them, using rhyme and wonderful illustrations (really well-done, Kabita Studios), but also teases and challenges the children with some alluring superpowers that might not be nice to others(mind control made me giggle). The final parts are educational, where kindness, generosity and family are placed above all fictional superpowers. Being a mother and teacher, this is my favourite part. Some may say we need not preach to the kids because they are clever enough, and we should just let children’s books be fun. Well, I have been working with children for over 20 years and, trust me, children do want fun (don’t we all?), but if all you give them is fun without any challenges and responsibilities, they will be hurt, even insulted and disinterested. Children want to be challenged, they need to be counted upon, they want and need their opinions and actions to matter. And they want it all to matter to us. This book covers all those points. It will be fun for children to read by themselves, for parents to read with them, it lends itself to classroom use and inspires debate, creativity and critical thinking.

This review is written for The Readers Review Room, and according to the rating system at RRR, the best I can give a book is a gold worm. Despite only slight suggestions I might make (page breaks which slightly break the rhyming rhythm, and no initial or final note from the author which would be a wonderful touch), I have decided to award it the gold worm, and I will definitely be recommending it to my friends and colleagues.
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