Miss Heather at Butler and Lucas

heather personal photo Meet Miss Heather at Butler Branch and Lucas Branch!


"Thinking back to childhood, I enjoyed pretending to be a part of The Wonder Twins.  Maybe I just wished I had sibling my age, or maybe sharing awesome powers with a partner just made it feel more exciting?  Wonder Twin powers, activate!  Form in the shape of...?  Oh, the possibilities!"

"Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday because nothing beats gathering with loved ones and a smorgasbord of delicious, home-cooked food."


 Join Miss Heather at Butler and Lucas Branches for Summer Library Program beginning June 8!

Miss Heather would like to recommend these super hero books!

The Astonishing Secret of Awesome Man by Michael Chabon
Recommended for ages 3 & up

With all the flash and excitement of any super hero story, The Astonishing Secret of Awesome Man by Michael Chabon delivers a special internal message about the power of self control, providing the perfect opportunity for discussion.  Awesome Man needs a peaceful and quiet place to think when he needs to calm down.  In this story, he realizes he needs energy and after 'a thermovulcanized protein-delivery orb' he gets right back to chasing The Flaming Eyeball.  Besides the importance of self control, positivity rules in this book:  positronic rays shooting out from eyeballs and a trademark Awesome Power Grip which allows him to hug runaway freight trains and mutant talking Jell-O to get them back in their place!




The Official DC Super Hero Cook Book by Matthew Mead
Recommended for ages 4 & up

Inspire snack and meal times with creative ideas from The Official DC Super Hero Cook Book by Matthew Mead.  An easy index, color photographs, and cartoon embellished directions make this book a perfect fit for budding young cooks.  Children will enjoy adding that extra artistic kick to the preparation process and seeing the end product will not only boost their pride and self confidence but also make eating an awesomely fun time!  Parents of picky young eaters may also be able to broaden their child's food pallet and vocabulary by using these recipes to help get their child involved in fun food preparations and creating exciting stories about the food they serve. Children four years and up would enjoy this book with parental supervision.


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