Publication Date: October 2009
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Brave enough to walk to the bus stop alone. Strong enough to lift--and pour--her own bowl of cereal. Able to read a story aloud all by herself. Who could this masked girl be?
This energetic and playful story follows hero through a typical day of accomplishing ordinary feats for her family in an extraordinary way. And by the end you'll find out why she's such a super helper to her mother and how she earned her name. This fresh take on a new sibling story is sure to empower young readers, as it reminds them of all the super things they can do by themselves, and makes it possible for any child to become a super-helper.
Frank W. Dormer is the author/illustrator of Socksquatch and The Obstinate Pen, and the illustrator of Supersister, as well as the acclaimed Aggie and Ben series. Frank is an elementary school art teacher and father who lives in Connecticut with his family. Visit him at www.frankwdormer.com
"A giggle-worthy read aloud. . . Expectant siblings and/or readers who enjoyed Sally Lloyd Jones' How to Be a Baby will surely welcome this addition to the family bookshelf."--Bulletin