Miami authors Laurie Friedman and Zack Bush share a love of books, especially for children.
One day over a cup of coffee at their favorite local bookstore, they decided to put their talents together. Great friends became writing partners, and the result is The Little Superhero series.
The Little Superhero series of books teaches young readers that you don’t have to have superhuman strength or speed to be a superhero. Little superheroes find their special powers by being kind to others, doing the right thing, and always trying their best.
A Story about the Power of Organization
Ace and Ava want to be superheroes. In their quest to gain superhero powers, they make a SUPERSIZED mess and Mom expects them to clean it up. But superheroes don’t clean up their rooms . . . or do they? When these two little superheroes are forced to tackle the task of cleaning up, they learn an important lesson about the power of organization.
A Story About the Importance of a Good Night’s Sleep
Ace and Ava want to be superheroes. Going to sleep is NOT part of their superhero plan. Superheroes don’t have bedtimes . . . or do they? When these two little superheroes wake up the morning after a night of secretly staying up way past their bedtimes, they learn an important lesson about the power of a good night’s sleep.
Ace and Ava want to be superheroes, and they’re certain that real superheroes NEVER get scared. But when a loud thunderstorm keeps them awake one night, they learn that true superheroes just know what to do when they feel afraid.