Do Super Heroes Have Teddy Bears?
Publication Date: May 2012
List Price: $15.95*
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Follow along as two ragtag, everyday super heroes don capes to play in the mud, save their stuffed animals from certain peril, conquer the vegetables at dinner, and overcome darkness at night. Are super heroes always brave and daring? We re brave and bold and kind and caring. After five successful books in the Princesses series, Carmela LaVigna Coyle now turns her attention to an all new childhood fantasy in this wonderful new story about imagination and play. Every little boy and girl has a super hero somewhere inside just waiting to come out. Tie on your cape (blankies recommended) and join the adventure. P.S. Do super heroes have teddy bears? Why, yes, they do Check out the trailer on YouTube.
About the AuthorCarmela LaVigna Coyle, author of the popular Do Princess book series, is super pleased about her latest book for boys and girls alike.Her son Nick, with his fearless plush shark, Swimmy, was always creating something adventurous out of cardboard. She recalls, "And off we'd go, saving the world inside Nick's 'hi-tech' spaceships and submarines." Now, she's hoping children everywhere will discover that being a super hero may not be all that far-reaching after all. She lives in Denver, Colorado. Visit her website at www.carmelacoyle.com.
Mike Gordon has illustrated all of the Robin Hill School books, but his work covers a truly wide range, extending from educational and non-fiction books to entertainment and fiction. Mike's illustration now includes both design and illustration for major publishers such as Harper Collins, Headline, Ladybird, Longman, Penguin, Random Century, Reed International, Simon & Schuster, Walker Books, Western Publishing and Wayland. The international publication of many of the titles illustrated by Mike means his work is seen in over eighteen countries. In addition, Mike has produced more than 400 humorous greeting card designs for clients such as Hallmark, as well as the major UK companies, Hanson White and Gordon Fraser. He lives with his family in Santa Barbara, California.
Molly Hahn started Buddha Doodles in 2011 as a daily meditative sketch practice after a series of traumatic life events. Her simple Buddha comics became a way to visualize messages of hope and optimism and helped her in her healing process. To her surprise, when they were posted online, they also quickly gained an audience.