What do young superheroes do when they’ve blundered and bungled? They don’t get mad; they get SMART! This fun follow-up to Even Superheroes Have Bad Days teaches kids another humorous lesson in overcoming adversity.
Even superheroes sometimes slip up and err. And when that happens, do they say, “It’s not FAIR?” or give up in despair? NO! “Ashamed Superheroes who goofed up somehow . . . First STOP . . . then CONSIDER what’s best to do now.” Whether they’ve nabbed the wrong guy by mistake or bashed into a planet while zooming through space, all superheroes ‘fess up their mess-up, get on with their day, and keep on saving the world in the most super way!
Shelly Becker is the author of 18 children’s novelty books. Shelly has four children and two grandchildren. Although she doesn’t have a cape or laser-vision, Shelly knows how it feels to have a bad day and tries to use her inner super-powers to respond in positive ways. Shelly hopes her books will encourage readers of all ages to do the same. She lives in Toronto, Canada.
Eda Kaban was born and raised in Turkey and studied illustration in the US. Her work has appeared in a wide variety of publications and her illustrations have been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, Creative Quarterly, American Illustration, and 3X3. She lives in Oakland, CA, with her husband.
“. . . an action-packed picture book featuring a diverse cast of resilient avengers. Catchy rhymes paired with colourful, eye-catching art, will engage youngsters who will readily grasp that everyone can make mistakes and not even masked, caped crusaders are perfect all of the time. . . A keen interest in superheroes, with and without foibles, should make this a highly appealing read. VERDICT Children will readily gravitate to this book; a good pick for superhero-themed story-times and displays.” —School Library Journal
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