Title: Superhero’s Club 2: A Celebration of Uniqueness

Author: Madeleine Sherak

Publishers: My Bench Productions & Greenleaf Book Group

Genres: Children’s fiction, picture books

Pages: 32

Format: Ebook

Rating: 3.5/5

Release Date: 14th January 2020


Where to buy: Amazon UK, Amazon USA

Summary: “Superheroes Club: A Celebration of Uniqueness” is the second book in the Superheroes Club book series.

Lily and her friends have formed a Superheroes Club dedicated to helping other kids.

To help some kids who are feeling unappreciated or left out at school, Lily and her friends come up with a fun way to showcase what makes them great.

Whether it’s a shy girl at school, a friend in a wheelchair, or the new kids at school, each one of them is celebrated for their talent and uniqueness.

The superheroes continue to find the heroic potential each of them possess to help others, because according to Lily, “It’s not how you look, but what you do that makes you a superhero.”

Thank you to NetGalley, My Bench Productions and Greenleaf Book Group for having this ebook available to read now and review.

Review: What an important story to read, it was told in a nice easy way for children to understand.

Uniqueness something everyone has, the superheroes club use this to help all the other kids at school, to help them make friends and not be so lonely. They knew each child had a great skill or talent and let them show it to everyone. It’s so sweet and wonderful to read a book that will help guide children into the kindness path.

The drawings in this book were so vibrant and beautiful, I loved that certain words were highlighted the most important words that the author wanted to make sure children reading understood.

I really enjoyed this sweet quick read, it’s got a lot to offer for children and is pretty as well. If you are looking for books on kindness this one is certainly one I would recommend.

About the Author: Madeleine Sherak, PhD, a longtime educator in the public school and university systems, is using her creative talents to write her first children’s book, Superheroes Club. This is the first book in a series that focuses on developing empathy and tolerance in young children and seeing the heroic potential that all children possess to help others.

The Superheroes Club series illuminates the need to help young children understand empathy and empowers them to take action. No matter his or her age, anyone can help someone in need.

This series resulted from Dr. Sherak’s life-long dedication to education, children and making a difference in the world. She hopes the ongoing series will be extraordinarily valuable for parents, educators and community members.

Dr. Sherak also works in the entertainment industry, currently developing two feature film projects – one animated and one live action.

She is also developing TV projects that align with her interests and commitment to women, families and young people.

Before her second career in entertainment, Dr. Sherak was a math teacher and department chair in the Las Virgenes Unified School District in Calabasas, California.

She holds a PhD in Comparative Education from the University of Maryland and a California teaching credential in secondary math. She is presently on staff at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California where she is a field supervisor of student teachers in their teacher education program.

Dr. Sherak is also on the board of numerous philanthropic organizations. She is a longtime board member and serves as the vice president of the Fulfillment Fund, an inner-city college access organization in Los Angeles.

She serves as the chair of Partners in Discovery in the Department of Neurology at UCLA, is a board member of both the Sherak Family Foundation for MS research and the Tom Sherak MS Hope Foundation at UCLA. Finally, Dr. Sherak is on the advisory board of True Spark, an organization that brings values education, through film, to young people.

Dr. Sherak was married to the love of her life for over 46 years until his death in 2014 due to illness. Together they have three children and ten grandchildren. Dr. Sherak still lives in their family home in Calabasas with their two white labs, Tucker and Maggie.



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