If your kids love superheroes... if they imagine the only way their Mom could do it all, is that she has superhero powers...then THIS children book about Super Moms will delight your kids!
"I Think My Mom's a Superhero" is the first children's book in the "Moms Are Superheroes, Too" series.
When Madison is forced to stand up to a bully,she hears her mother's voice giving her a talking-to about not standing up for herself.
So she stands up for herself.
Back home, things go from weird to weirder.
Either Madison is going cuckoo, or her Mom has
X-Ray vision, Octo-arms, a stretchy neck, super speed, telepathy, and more!
This children's book is a loving tribute to the amazing women everywhere. Moms that nurture their households...and the kids that look up to them.
If you and your kids love movies like "The Incredibles", and enjoy stories about strong female characters, you'll LOVE "I Think My Mom's a Superhero"!
This read along picture book for children is full of belly laughs and warm family moments that you and your little one will cherish.
Here's what people are saying about our Brave Little Heroes adventures:
Colorado Mom says:
"Bolaji has found a great way to help, inspire and teach...
Thanks for tackling this subject for the benefit of kids! "
Shannon Bynes says:
"I read this book to my 4 year old daughter tonight and
she smiled or giggled all the way through it. That’s a winner!"
I Am A Very Lucky Man says:
"I really loved this book; your child will ask you to read it again and again. The graphics are eye popping. It’s easy to read, and great for your child’s self-esteem.
I love the imaginative aspect of the book!"
Mike Young says:
"This is a humorous, short children’s book that is great for bedtime! I am especially fond of the great artwork and the message behind the story. Definitely a keeper for me."
Chedy Abboud (Amsterdam) says:
"Bolaji has done a good job presenting children the better side of what we humans are. A story without the usual violence is what kids need to hear today.Keeping them away from horrible things on TV. I recommend this to all parents as a nice book for their children."
Paul Coleman said:
"In the world today I think we need all the positive stuff we can get.
I love the "can-do" attitude of this book.
We can make our lives and the lives of others better.
We simply need to decide to do it, be brave, and take action."