To my dear children, Gillah & Mordecai, Dovid, Nechemiah, and Ezra: You are each Superheroes, saving the world in your most super way! -- S.B.
For my super-brother, Dahico! -- E.K.
When superheroes don't get their way, when they're sad, when they're mad, when they have a bad day . . . . . . they could use super-powers to kick, punch, and pound.
When superheroes don't get their way when they're sad, when they're mad, when they've had a bad day . . . . . .They could super-rampage -- they could, but theybr> Instead they dig down to their super-best part, the strong super-powers contained in their heart!
And using their talents as true heroes should, they battle the urge to do harm (though they could). They acknowledge their sorrown their anger, their pain, as they wait for their super-emotions to wane.
But then they get up and get on with their day . . . . . .saving the world in their most super way.
Just like the rest of us, superheroes have bad days. They could use super-powers to cause a big scene. Or run amok and act super-mean. But even whe they'er really, REALLY mad, they can't -- they won't act super-bad.
This fabulously fun rhyming book show how superheroes find a way to get a grip on their emotions. They can do it . . . and so can you. [book jacket]