- File Size: 2282 KB
- Print Length: 27 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Brave Little Heroes; 1 edition (February 3, 2013)
- Publication Date: February 3, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BAYFRNK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #464,804 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Super Sammy 1: The Terrible Trio (Early Reader Superhero Fiction - Kids Read Along Books) (Early Reader Superhero Fiction Series) Kindle Edition
|Length: 27 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||Age Level: 3 - 8||Grade Level: P - 2|
- Book 1 of 4 in Early Reader Superhero Fiction Series (4 Book Series)
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Top Customer Reviews
Sammy is a kid who cares about others and wants to protect them. When a baby rubber ducky come under attack from a trio of bullies, Sammy dons his cape (a blanket tied around his neck) and sets about righting the wrongs!
This was a fun little book for my two (almost three) year old grandson, Jonathan. He sat with his eyes big, turning the pages for me as the story progressed, then asked me to read it again when we were through. It was a hit, for sure!
Grandma rating - 3 Stars
As the Grandma reading this story I had some "huh?" moments and I'd recommend parents read this before sharing it with their kids because some of Sammy's solutions for getting rid of the bullies might not coincide with what you'd teach in your home. For example, making a turkey sandwich and throwing it far away for a bear to chase, or getting a juicy steak for the bulldog bully to chase are not "lesson" solutions for your kids, and might be construed as bribery to stop the bullying. If you're hoping for "real life" solutions to bullying, this isn't the book for you. But if you just want a fun read for the kidlettes, this might be a good one!
One real issue I have with this book is that after the story there are links, clearly designed to appeal to kids, that take you to Amazon to buy the next book, or books similar to this one. There are also links where you can click to download additional fun materials, but those links don't work from the Kindle app on my iPad. This could definitely cause some disappointment for your kids.
I don't see those things as deal breakers, and I'm not trying to read more into the story than there is, but I'm just mentioning them to give you a heads up about what to expect.
It is about a little boy named Sammy who defends his friends from bullies and keeps his family safe. The best part is that he does so without the use of violence! Definitely a keeper for me.
I am especially fond of the great artwork and the message behind the story. Bullies have always been and will always be a problem in everyone's childhoods. With this type of story available to all parents, at least children have that glimmer of hope in their lives.
read over and over again, with delightful illustrations
and great colors that keep kids fully engaged.
In this story, the main character starts the tail with
a fun little romp to his parents' bedroom during one
Who doesn't have fond memories of your child sneaking
into your bed and the family enjoying the start of the
I love the fact that as you read this book, happy family
memories are drawn up.
When Sammy suddenly sees his favorite rubber ducky in
peril, he metaphorphs into "Super Sammy" and flies off to
figure out the whodunit.
It turns out, his friend is the 'victim' of bullying from
Sammy's other imaginary play friend toys.
What ensues is a fun, attention-grabbing story of how
sammy conjures up his superpowers and kid-bravery to save
the day. This story demonstrates in colorful pictures
how sammy is motivated by the desire to help the underdog
(represented by his ducky) who's being bullied.
Themes like courage, speaking out against what's wrong
and bravery are lessons kids can and should learn at an
early age. The Super Sammy story does this nicely.
Whether you're a babysitter, teacher, parent or
grandmother/grandfather this is a nice story to share with kids.
You can't go wrong with nice graphics and colors which keep young readers engaged as well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought it was poorly written at times. My four year old daughter liked it somewhat but we probably won't read it many more timesPublished 9 months ago by N. Whiffen
My kids enjoyed it but I did notice some punctuation errors such as your'e and issues with quotation marks. Nice illustrations.Published 19 months ago by Jane K.
My four year old son listened to the entire story and loved the comic style pictures. Cute pretend foreplay sorry.Published 20 months ago by C. Lambert
it was too boring,you should make it a little love The boy finds a girl and a few years later he and the girl got marriedPublished 20 months ago by Mrs Dacosta
It was like a hundred dollar$$$$$$$$$$$$ book and It was awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I loved this book I was flabbergasted I liked it.Published 21 months ago by joey payton