Book Review: Our Take on How To Be A Super Hero | @PaperFarms


A couple  of weeks ago, I was invited to the book launch of “How To Be A  Super Hero”.  Unable to attend this special event, the authors Patrick Ballesteros and Kevin Staniec sent us a copy to share with my munchkins.

My kids couldn’t wait to hear the story.  When I showed them the book, just seeing the cover, they quickly sat down, eager to start.  Since my 5 year old can read, he insisted that he was in charge of reading the story to my daughter and I.  With a clear, fun font in big print, he was easily able to breeze through the book.


How To Be A Super Hero is a fun story that children can dive into.  Adorable characters: Super Bunny, Giant Cat Bear and Charlie; “The Tree House

Bandits”, teach Edison how to be a Super Hero.  With bright colorful pictures my kids stayed engaged in the story cover to cover.

And, as a mom, I loved this book because the authors included important “Mom Messages” like “Fruits and vegetables will be a good source for energy and protection” and “…doing your homework, finishing your chores and listening to your parents.”  What a great way to reinforce these valuable lessons.

Naturally, I had to get my kids’ take on “How To Be A Super Hero”.

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