Ten Rules of Being a Superhero
In order to be a real superhero, you have to follow some important rules:
Rule #1: A superhero must ALWAYS respond to a call for help.
Rule #2: Saving the day is messy. But everyone understands.
In this handy guide, Captain Magma and his trusty sidekick, Lava Boy, take young readers on an adventure to learn all ten rules of being a good superhero.
Praise For Ten Rules of Being a Superhero…
“This story illuminates the fantasy world of one little boy and his favorite toy, Captain Magma . . . will appeal to young superheroes (and their sidekicks) everywhere.” —School Library Journal
“Pilutti has painted every toy a child could want: robots and monkeys and a green troll with hair like a firecracker . . . The illustrations of the playroom are the highlight of the book.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Instead of opting for braggadocio and mock high drama, Pilutti's duo's self-awareness and low-stakes theatrics have an offhanded, almost improvisational vibe.” —Publishers Weekly
Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), 9780805097597, 32pp.
Publication Date: October 14, 2014
About the Author
Deb Pilutti is an award-winning illustrator and designer. She was previously a partner at oliebollen.com, where she designed toys and products for the children’s market. Ten Rules of Being a Superhero is her third picture book. She lives with her family in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she spends time daydreaming about which superpowers she’d most like to have if she were a superhero.