By Amber Hendricks, Illustrated by Kyle Reed
A SWEET SIBLING STORY FILLED WITH MESS, LOVE, AND SUPERHEROES.
What a Dilemma!!
“You’ll be saving the city from the evil Emperor Zog…
Your dad asks for a favor.
A really big favor.
The BIGGEST of all BIG favors.
He’ll ask you to…
… keep an eye on your little brother.”
That’s how your dilemma will start – yes, the book is written in the 2nd Point-Of-View, but the character is an adorable girl who has a motto: Superheroes Don’t Babysit.
She has to agree on the terms her dad establishes, but… Check her face.
Super Illustrations, Super Text
This book is a very kid-relatable story about siblings and how they love each other despite all the confusion and interruption they create at each other’s lives.
The super well-done and fun illustrations show us all her emotions, disappointments, and frustrations.
The text shows us her personality and how funny, sassy, and sweet she is.
Kids will love the mess these two siblings get in and they will relate when in the end… I can’t tell you the end, but kids will love the sweet twist.
Be ready for stinky, sweet, and real superhero scenes. After all, a superhero act can be found in all the little and big sacrifices siblings make to each other.
I give this book 💛🧡💙💚💜
Illustrations – Fun, Adorable, and very Expressive.
Text – simple, engaging, and funny, filled with personality.
Character – she couldn’t more sassy and sweet So cute and likable!!!
Story -Very kid-relatable and filled with humor and heart
The ending – a cute and sweet twist.
Summary from Publisher
Superheroes leap buildings, chase bad guys, and save the city from the evil Emperor Zog. Superheroes DON’T babysit. Except when their dad asks them to. In an epic battle of sibling rivalry, will this superhero finally meet her match? Or will she find exactly what she’s been missing all along?
Born and raised in the Midwest, Amber Hendricks grew up reading everything she could get her hands on- including the morning cereal boxes. That passion melded into writing as well, and by the age of 11 she was writing and binding her own “books”. Amber has worn many hats in her career but she has always circled back to her first love of telling stories. Amber currently resides in Missouri with her husband and two children.