New Superhero book by homeschool family-

Do you know kids who love superheroes?We all do. Some of the most popular recent films are based on comic-book superheroes Who hasn’t cheered for Spiderman, rooted for the Fantastic Four, felt for the X-Men. Our family has, too. But we’ve always wondered what a non-violent superhero would look like.

A non-violent superhero

Is that even possible?

Having homeschooled our children for years (all three will be in college this fall), we thought we’d give it a try as a school project. The result of the family’s efforts (and the help of some talented friends) is who we call Libroman—a new-style superhero who solves problems using wit over weapons, forethought over fists. Yet it’s’s still interesting to a media-saturated generation of kids.

Check out our website: www.libroman.com

to see a preview of the first story, learn about us, and find free links and educational resources.(http://www.libroman.com/chapt1_ep1.html )

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