The sign made me think, "If you don't have superpowers, how can you be a superhero?" But then I noticed these other two signs:
If there are superhero rules or directions on how to be a superhero, I expected things like flying, super-speed, super-strength, or invisibility, stuff like that. But those powers aren't listed. Instead there are actions like "do your best" and "never give up" and "stand up for what's right" and "be kind."
I guess there's a difference between superpowers (like flying) and the power to do something super (like stand up for what's right). Which leads us to this week's challenge.
Challenge #14: Share a book where a character has superpowers OR the power to do something super.
You have one week to submit your answer. Answers can be submitted three ways. Snap a picture of any book that answers the challenge and:
- text it to (715) 903-6455
- email it to PictYourBooks@gmail.com
- respond to @HelpReaders on Twitter
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