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SuperKids by [Damiron, Anya]
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  • File Size: 24261 KB
  • Print Length: 36 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Lucia'Stories; 1 edition (December 12, 2015)
  • Publication Date: December 12, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B019BERLX4
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"Superkids" is a story sharing how a boy finds out that superpowers aren't all about super or special physical strength; that each child has his or her own special strengths and coping skills that become their own superpowers. I didn't quite expect the extent to which the author pursued this concept, and totally enjoyed being surprised. I applaud her handling of the issues and the way in which these were presented. I recommend this for all children as an introduction to the realities of the world of children (and therefore people in general) that they are surrounded by, whether they realize it or not. Too many do not truly see those around them, and too often do not bother to know more about them. This book is a well-written consciousness-raising story for all, as well as an eye-opener for some. Thank you Ms. Damiron.
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This is a really cute story that kept my daughter entertained. I liked the story line and how the illustrations mimicked a comic book. This book also helps children understand that others who are different from them have unique skills that can be interpreted as superpowers by some. This was a free download from the kindle store and I would download more works from this author if I found them for free from the Kindle store. I agree that every kid should try to be more like Ivan!
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The illustrations are very professional and work well with the message.

The book speaks of difference and acceptance in a very simple, great point of view. The main character realizes that some children aren't all equal, that not all can do the same thing, but all can achieve higher if they're willing to try.

I would use this book in class and recommend it.
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Ivan is a very active child with a very active imagination. He enjoys creating and wearing super hero capes from just about anything he can get his hands on and racing through the house to save the day.

Ivan’s parents provide him with an actual cape of his own and he then becomes Super Ivan. When he happens upon a little boy whose super power is unique way of painting Ivan tries it himself, but is unsuccessful. Super Ivan’s parents understand his curiosity and introduce him to many other children who are similar to the little painter.

Although this is a serious subject – children with disabilities - the illustrations of Ivan attempting to grab household items to use as capes are truly funny. I giggled out loud several times. I’m sure kids will think they‘re hilarious. The author then makes a seamless transition from lighthearted to more serious as the book progresses.

While the vocabulary is a little advanced for young children, it works, since it gives adults the opportunity to explain new concepts to children and children can learn as they read along. The illustrations are detailed, colorful and charming.

I honestly think there are too few children’s books that address disabilities. This is something that deserves a lot more discussion, so kudos for Anya Damiron for sharing this story. She does it in an enlightening and appealing manner.

“SuperKids” would make a wonderfully educational circle time book to share in class, or an engaging and informative book for parents to read to kids at home. I highly recommend this book!
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SuperKids by Anya Damiron is a wonderful kids book that makes kids look at others in a different way, a more humane way. It is not preachy, or make you feel like it has a moral-of-the-story-type book but at the same time it does. (Not the preachy part, lol) It is delightful. It has a kid and he is a superhero to himself and then he watches others, some with disabilities and sees how they have to overcome them. He tries to do the same and fails miserably. He figures they must be superheroes too. That all kids are superheroes no matter who they are. It is a cute book with wonderful pictures to enhance the story. Great job!
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What a cool ebook to teach children to not just look at one's differences but also their positives but also their special talents and skills. I would like to recommend this for five stars
and especially kids ages 3-10 with bright and colorful illustrations. I received this ebook for free and in return now, here is my honest review. Great job and good thinking to teach youngsters this! By Angela
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EXTREMELY well written, with children in mind who are indeed super! Great for teachers, doctors and ANYONE who comes in contact with these AWESOME! AMAZING kids!!! It does get's it point across without being preachy, it states the FACTS in such an skilled beautiful way that you don't realize that you and the children are ACTUALLY learning an extremely valuable life lesson!!! WELL DONE!!! Five thumbs up!!!!!
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This book is amazing. I happened to get it for free as a promotion on a book group Im involved in. This book shows that all kids are super kids no matter if they are disabled or not. My son absoluetly loves this and pointed out one kid that is like his sister, she has been his hero since day 1 and this just upped her more on his superhero charts. This book is worth the full price it is asking. If I had gotten this as a recommendation before being given it for free I would have paid the full $2.99
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