Mike Nero and The Superhero School

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Pub Date 1 Feb 2022 | Archive Date 15 Feb 2022
Purple Butterfly Press, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members' Titles

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Description

Mike's new at school and worried about being different. He meets a diverse group of new friends with disabilities and learns that being different gives us each "super" powers.

Mike's new at school and worried about being different. He meets a diverse group of new friends with disabilities and learns that being different gives us each "super" powers.


A Note From the Publisher

Illustrated by Kyle Stephen


Paperback 978-1-955119-03-0


Ebook 978-1-955119-04-7

Illustrated by Kyle Stephen


Paperback 978-1-955119-03-0


Ebook 978-1-955119-04-7


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ISBN 9781955119023
PRICE US$19.99 (USD)

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Featured Reviews

Mike is anxious about his new school, but he meets some new kids with all sorts of disabilities, blindness, deafness, Autism, ADHD, and sees that they've all really got superpowers. Mike, who has CP, isn't sure how he'll fit in amongst all the superhero kids but is assured that he will fit in just fine. This book does a nice job explaining what disabilities look like and what kind of behaviors and accommodations accompany them. A great book for helping young children understand kids with disabilities.

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Such a wonderful book! As a reader it was well written, succinct and a heartwarming topic. This is a book I will be getting for our library and recommending it to our P-6 teachers. We live in a world where we need more open dialogue about what each other go through even when it isn't visible. This book find a way to bring that out and highlight the importance of acknowledging individual circumstances while remaining kind and welcoming to others.

The illustrations in this book are just as beautiful as the story itself.

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What a wonderful book! As a parent of a child with autism, I see firsthand the lack of understanding when it comes to children with disabilities in schools. I believe this is partly because parents simply don't know how to approach these subjects with their children and explain it to them. That's what makes books like this so important. It was simple, short, and easy to understand for younger children. The illustrations were vivid and beautifully done. I would recommend everyone to read this and share with their schools so that more children can learn to understand and accept children with disabilities or differences.

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