Annotations for Superhero School


Baker & Taylor
Attending superhero school with classmates who can fly, walk through walls or spit fire, Henry, a popular prankster, concerns his teachers with his apparent lack of superhero talent until the day a gigantic monster appears. By the creators of Sam Is Never Scared.

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Baker & Taylor
Henry begins to wonder if he really belongs at Superhero School since he has no special powers.

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Independent Publishing Group

At Superhero School every little superhero is good at something: some can spit fire, some can walk through walls, and some can fly--and then there is Henry. He's popular with his fellow students because he's funny and a prankster, but his teachers can't quite see his talents and wonder if he is really superhero material. One day a gigantic monster appears and all the children try out their best talents to stop it from smashing the school, but nothing seems to work. Henry figures out a solution and only then knows his own talent. A super-sized, super-fun story, this book proves that everyone has their own talent and that wisdom and humor can often be far more important than strength.

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Perseus Publishing

Every student as Superhero School is good at something, but Henry--though popular with the kids for his humor and pranks--wonders if he's really superhero material.


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