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Superhero ABC
Superhero ABC
by Bob McLeod

Silly and zany, and armed with the most unusual skills, these heroes are out to save the world-one letter at a time. Bubble-Man blows big bubbles at bullies, and laughing lass laughs at lawbreakers. Together, these one-of-a-kind defenders represent the ABC's in a way never seen before.

Renowned comic-book illustrator Bob McLeod has created a full cast of humorous and delightful characters, sure to please anyone in need of a hero to save the day.

Age: 3 Year-olds | Title: Superhero ABC  |  Author: Bob McLeod  |  Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

Silly and zany, and armed with the most unusual skills, these heroes are out to save the world-one letter at a time. Bubble-Man blows big bubbles at bullies, and laughing lass laughs at lawbreakers. Together, these one-of-a-kind defenders represent the ABC's in a way never seen before.

Renowned comic-book illustrator Bob McLeod has created a full cast of humorous and delightful characters, sure to please anyone in need of a hero to save the day.

Bob McLeod's Superhero ABC is an energetic and hilarious alphabet book that has received several literary awards. Each page focuses on a superhero with a different letter that performs feats that also start with that letter. With bright colors and funny details, the cartoons in the book are alive with movement.

This successful alphabet book contains a lot of repetition. Kids will love hearing about all of the unique superpowers that each superhero has. They will also do a lot of laughing at some of the very creatively named heroes such as Odor Officer and Multiplying Man.

I read this with my nephew Michael who loves comics, and he thought that the illustrations were really neat. His favorite superhero was Danger Man and said that I should call him that. I agreed if he said all the letters in the alphabet correctly, a challenge that he accepted. For the rest of the day, everyone in the house had to call him Danger Man.

--Eve

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