Superkid

Wish you could beat any bully and make broccoli disappear? Then make a date with Superkid. He may look like an ordinary schoolboy, but don’t be fooled! He’s super-fast, super-brave and he has x-ray vision. He can petrify pirates and make vegetables vanish. Does he sound at all like you? A heroic rhyme by the super-funny author of Aliens Love Underpants. Need a great read? Superkid is here to save the day!

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  • its good

    6 March 2014

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    My favourite picture is when superkid is there to tidy a boys room because it has great illustrations of little alien germ creatures and Mr Potato Head, I also love the fact that mum was going to faint because that’s what my mum would do if she saw my room like that!

    My favourite character is super-kid because he is an extraordinary kid because he is a superhero. I love that he saves you from eating horrible foods and tidying your room because that is just what I need!

    I rate this book 8/10 because it has colourful, bright and bold pictures that really stand out from the crowd!

    Charlie, aged 7

    5 June 2013

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    Claire Freedman

    Claire Freedman is the author of the best-selling Aliens Love Underpants books.

    Awards

    Claire Freedman and Ben Cort won the Richard & Judy prize for the best-selling Aliens Love Underpants in 2007.

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    Sarah McIntyre

    Illustrator and author Sarah McIntyre is the fantastic creator of comics, picture books and fiction including You Can’t Eat a Princess and Pugs of the Frozen North.

    Awards

    Winner of the Winner of the Independent Bookshop Week Children’s Book of the Year for Pugs of the Frozen North. Sarah’s picture book awards include the 2010 Sheffield Children’s Book Award for Morris the Mankiest Monster.

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