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by Bob Graham

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ISBN:
0763618578
Author:
Bob Graham
Category:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language:
English
Publisher:
Candlewick (August 26, 2002)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1551 kb
FB2 book:
1270 kb
DJVU:
1770 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
965


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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. It's not easy being the son of legendary superheroes Captain Lightning and Madam Thunderbolt. Max has a cape and a mask. A success story for anyone who knows the highs-and lows-of learning to do something for the first time. Max will fly away with your heart! As the son of legendary superheroes Captain Lightning and Madam Thunderbolt.

With quintessential quirkiness, award-winning author Bob Graham has created a mighty tale about the ups and downs of mastering your potential - all in your own good time.

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A success story for anyone who knows the highs—and lows—of learning to do something for the first time. Max will fly away with your heart!As the son of legendary superheroes Captain Lightning and Madam Thunderbolt, Max is destined to join their ranks - once he learns to fly, that is. But despite his parents’ valiant coaching and encouragement from his grandparents and friends, Max can’t seem to get off the ground. Will he ever learn to leap over tall buildings in a single bound?With quintessential quirkiness, award-winning author Bob Graham has created a mighty tale about the ups and downs of mastering your potential - all in your own good time.
  • Faezahn
Max is the son of two superheroes but cannot fly. This concerns his parents and superhero grandparents as they live their lives in a lightning bolt shaped house in Anywhere, USA. When a baby bird falls from its nest before it is ready to fly, Max finally takes to the air to save it, making his parents and grandparents proud. Max continues to save the world in his own little ways, showing us all what it means to be a superhero. I got this for my son, Max, who, whenever given a chance, always wishes he could be a superhero.
This is a great read aloud book.
  • Kerdana
Superheroes have to start womewhere, and Max shows the little ones that they start small! And super families are just like any family, too. This is a delightful peek into the world of superhero-dom. This is lovely to read aloud.
  • Dibei
A lovely book about a father and son. The illustrations are colorful and its easy to read to a child. I bought it for a little two-year old named Max.
  • Tygokasa
My three year old and I simply fell inlove with this book. It tells the story of patience and accepting our kids, peers and parents the way they are, allowing them enough space and love to grow at their own pace.
  • Jeronashe
My [...] son absolutely loves this books. He asks that it be read to him each night before he goes to bed. It reminds me of the movie The Incredibles because it features a family of super heros. I would recommend it for the 4 to 7 year old age range.
  • Jox
I bought this several years ago as a replacement for a book that was lost. The book was in excellent condition when it arrived. It was actually better than the one I replaced. I only wish it came a little faster that is all.
  • Nejind
Max is a baby born to a superhero family. He walks and talks early, but he cannot yet fly. His family worries over this, but eventually he does what all superhero babies do, and flies.
Although the illustrations are colorful and interesting, I found the layout to be very cluttered for a book written for very young children. I had to work hard to keep track of where my eyes should go next. The story was also too long and detailed in some parts. I think if the book had a more simple layout and story line I would have liked it much better.
Children will like the story concept of a super hero baby born to a super hero family, just like the baby in the movie Incredibles.
My son received this book as a gift when he was 3 or 4. He is now 7 and reads primarily chapter books but still professes MAX as his favorite book. I don't love it as much as he but I do recommend any book by Bob Graham as he does have a special, kind insight into the world of the young child.