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Superhero Harry
Superhero Harry
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Superhero Harry

by Rachel Ruiz
Illustrated by Steve May

Harry wants to be a superhero, but he knows that's not possible (no matter how hard he tries). So Harry invents things that will help him be more like a superhero, including Roby the robot, rocket blaster boots, a superhero flashlight belt, and super swinger wristbands. Combine these inventions with Harry's positivity, perseverance, and energy, and the adventures are endless.

PublisherCapstone Young Readers
Age Level- Years
Trim Size5 1/4 x 7 1/2
Page Count160
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Kirkus Reviews

"Superhero Harry saves the day in this hijinks-filled story collection. . . .As a collection, Harry's four adventures rely on repetition and gentle humor to impart easy lessons, supported by Ruiz's clear, lively prose. May's cartoony illustrations, meanwhile, add a dash of zany, colorful fun to the events and include a racially diverse cast of characters; Harry himself is depicted with olive skin and spiky black hair. Madcap inventions, bite-sized heroics, and supersized clumsiness wrapped in a winning package." - Kirkus Reviews

March 1, 2018

Booklist Online - John Peters

"…[A] refreshingly diverse cast of characters. . . .Ruiz plants both explicit and implied lessons about responsible behavior throughout this outing for younger chapter-book readers: even the bully voluntarily mends his ways." - Booklist Online

February 7, 2018

Rachel Ruiz

Rachel Ruiz

Rachel Ruiz is the author of several children’s books. She was inspired to write her first picture book, When Penny met POTUS, after working for Barack Obama on his re-election campaign in 2012.   When Rachel isn’t writing books, she writes and produces TV shows and documentaries. She lives in her hometown of Chicago with her husband and their daughter.

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