The Big Book of Superpowers

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The Big Book of Super Powers is what it says it is: a big book full of superpowers. The book is big in size and length. On the cover, there are three kids; one kid is playing the violin, another is thinking of space, and the other is holding a book. Each of these kids is showing a superpower that is talked about in the book. The kid holding the book has the power of storytelling, reading, and/or memory. The kid with the violin has the superpower of music. The kid dreaming of outer space has the superpower of math. There are eighteen different superpowers talked about in this book; each one is a good thing that someone may do, and we probably don’t think of it being a superpower. If we do something that helps ourself or others, it can be considered a superpower, because each of us is in our own way a superhero. The world can be scary with mean people and scary things happening, so when we think of ourselves as superheroes, we can help ourselves and others get through scary times. I liked looking through the pictures in this book because they are pretty watercolors and are calming and fun to see.

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Author Susanna Isern
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 40 pages
Publisher Beaming Books
Publish Date 2020-03-24
ISBN 9781506463193
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Issue April 2020
Category Children's


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