Super Ace and The Mega Wow 3000  -     By: Cheryl Crouch
    Illustrated By: Vander Pol
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This homeschool product specifically reflects a Christian worldview. Super Ace and The Mega Wow 3000

Illustrated By: Vander Pol
ZonderKidz / 2009 / Paperback

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Join Super Ace as he tries to mend a broken car filled with food for hungry children with his sidekick Ned. Filled with comic-like pictures, this story uses longer sentences and language play for developing readers.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 32
Vendor: ZonderKidz
Publication Date: 2009
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 0310716969
ISBN-13: 9780310716969
Availability: In Stock
Ages: 6-8
Series: I Can Read!

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Publisher's Description

A lesson in giving credit to God for blessings. This is a humorous adventure with futuristic space hero Super Ace, his sidekick, Ned, and a broken spaceship. This level-two I Can Read story features engaging characters and a simple plot help to build children’s confidence as they discover the joy of reading independently. How will Super Ace and Sidekick Ned help the hungry children of planet Floop get the shipment of donated food?

Author Bio

Cheryl Crouch is the author of ten children’s books, including the Chosen Girl series and "Escape From the Temple of Mars." Cheryl loves spending time with her husband and four children at their home which is tucked into a patch of oak woods near Dallas, Texas. Matt Vander Pol first discovered he loved to draw when he was introduced to the world of dinosaurs and Garfield while in his early years of elementary school. 25 years and many drawings later, he is enjoying employment as a freelance cartoon illustrator for both general and Christian media companies in a variety of roles such as Character Designer, Concept Artist, Comic Book Illustrator and Writer, Logo Designer, Advertisement Illustrator, Storyboard Artist, and the list keeps growing. Presently he is working with his super creative wife and friend, Amy, on developing a children’s illustration style and growing their illustration Company - Rockhouse Arts (www.RockhouseArts.com) to better serve a variety of companies and audiences. Matt and Amy enjoy working together and are currently collaborating on their best and most challenging project yet; raising their newborn son Jaedon.

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  1. MomOThree
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    Superhero does not set a good example for kids
    October 13, 2013
    MomOThree
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    I was very disappointed with this series. I wanted to get my 3-year-old son a superhero book with biblical values because he is very much into the secular superheroes although I don't let him see or read much about them. However, those superheroes have more morals and values than this Super Ace! These books were written in such a way that Super Ace presents the WRONG thing to do. He is a proud, pompous guy who boasts of his 2 superpowers: super strength and good looks. He constantly puts down his sidekick who is a humble, older and much smaller guy, but he is supposed to be the one that contrasts against Super Ace and sets the good example. In this story and the Rotten Robots which we own (sorry to say I spent money on these), Super Ace is called to help someone but cannot fix the problem using his superpowers. After telling Sidekick Ned he can't be of any help because he's too small and weak, Sidekick Ned uses his wisdom to fix the problem. Then Super Ace takes credit for it and they fly off to wait for another call for help. This is a terrible idea for a children's book because I had to explain to my 3-year-old that this was a superhero he should NOT copy. To me, this contradicts the very definition of a superhero. I think I'm going to hide these books away until I don't feel bad about throwing them out because of the money I've spent on them.

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