Super Stan (Paperback)Matt Robertson (author)
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Shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize
The whole world thought Stan was super…
… except Jack
Jack was tired of always being second best.
Life can be hard when your little brother is a superhero.
The whole world thinks Super Stan is AMAZING... but no one notices his big brother, Jack. Sometimes, though, even a superhero needs a little help.
And when a superhero is in trouble, only a SUPER big brother can save the day.
A warm and funny tale of superhero sibling rivalry that will appeal to children and parents alike.
An author and illustrator Matt Roberston credits his craft to a childhood painting and drawing in Suffolk. Matt has illustrated several books for children working with Eoin Colfer on Anna Liza and the Happy Practice, Lauren St John on A Friend for Christmas and Anne Fine on Under the Bed. Super Stan is the first picture book he has written and illustrated.
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 210 g
Dimensions: 275 x 250 x 3 mm
[A] super debut picture book * Red Reading Hub *
This is a fun story, with a lovely, warm ending. Great for smoothing a rough ride amongst siblings, or just for a great bedtime story. * The Bookbag *
Many children will identify with this sibling rivalry theme, relayed with wit and warmth and illustrated with energy and bright, primary colours. * Daily Mail *
In this sweet, funny and above all, reassuring story, Matt Robertson captures the perspective of a crestfallen big brother, struggling to find his place within an altered family dynamic, with a marvellously astute and empathetic touch * Teach Early Years *
This wonderfully illustrated picture book by the superbly talented Matt Robertson addresses the issue of sibling rivalry in a really heartwarming and fun way * Title Sussex *
Many children will identify with this sibling rivalry theme, relayed with wit and warmth, and illustrated with energy and bright, primary colours. * Irish Daily Mail *
Fun, distinctly unpreachy, but with a clear message too. Great for the early years library, as I imagine many children will relate! * School Librarian *