Miss Caroline at Main
Meet Miss Caroline at Main Library!
"I've never really been a huge fan of superheroes, but I'd probably choose Iron Man as my favorite because he's just a regular guy using technology to make himself super."
"I usually look forward to most holidays, but I've always especially liked the 4th of July because the weather is perfect and my birthday just is a couple of weeks later!"
Join Miss Caroline at Main Library for Summer Library Program beginning June 8!
Miss Caroline would like to recommend these super hero books!
Mighty Mo by Alison Brown
Recommended for ages 4 to 8
Everyone knows that raccoons are too curious for their own good. Well, Mo is even more curious than that! He gets into trouble at the zoo when he's bored--and lately, that seems to be all the time. When he escapes from his enclosure, he makes messes left and right, but eventually redeems himself when he helps to catch a burglar.
Young children who are always getting into trouble will relate to poor Mo. And understanding that there are ways to channel their energy into positive outlets is a great message to share.
The Big Book of Superheroes by Bart King
Recommended for ages 8 & up
This is a good addition to all the regular superhero books out there because it is more than just boring background and history of specific characters. It gives girls and boys the tools to become superheroes of their own! There are lots of humorous tips and hand-drawn sketches to help with the process. Older children will enjoy choosing their own superhero names and powers.
Kids really seem to enjoy the different books Bart King has written, and especially with this year's summer library program theme being "Every Hero Has a Story," this one in particular will be popular with the older school-aged crowds.