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Spider-Man 2: Everyday Hero (I Can Read Book 2)

by Acton Figueroa

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I like this book because the people of New York likes a hero like spider-man. this is not a A.R. book. it was real easy to me. ( )
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Being a hero isn't easy. As Peter Parker, I have to make time for school and work. But it is up to me, as Spider-Man, to help people in need. With great power comes great responsibility ...

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Peter Parker questions his powers and his role as Spider-Man.

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