Once Upon A Royal Superbaby

Once Upon A Royal Superbaby

Book - 2010
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Cooperatively writing a story for school, a girl imagines a king and queen who have a baby named Sweet Piper who can talk to birds, while a boy names the baby Sweet Viper and gives him super-strength, cool wrestling moves, and a motorcycle and sunglasses.
Publisher: New York : Walker & Co., 2010
ISBN: 9780802721655
0802721656
9780802721648
0802721648
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 29 cm

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TimothySock May 19, 2013

Reader's Theater script for Outreach visits to elementary school students

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Mama_Bull
May 11, 2012

This is a fun story about a King, a Queen, and a muscled super-baby who rides on a robot unicorn, talks to birds, and shoots deadly juice from his baby bottle? When the teacher pairs a girl and a boy to write a story about a king and a queen, the finished project is an energetic delight that is sure to entertain even the finickiest of story time listeners.

Joymol Mar 03, 2012

This is such a great book for kids! My children LOVED it!=D

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AlanaS
Jul 11, 2011

A fun follow up to "Once Upon a Cool Motorcycle Dude"...

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Ubalstecha
Mar 02, 2011

A sequel to the great, Once Upon a Cool Motorcycle Dude, Superbaby follows the adventures of Motor Cycle Dude and Princess Tenderheart's baby boy. And the two young authors who created the whole cast of characters. This time Superbaby's parents are kidnapped and he has to rescue them. What follows is a hilarious exchange as each young author in turn, takes the story off in a completely different direction. The story climaxes in a comprise that is at the same time cute and funny.

While not as good as the original, Once Upon a Royal Superbaby is a chuckle filled sequel that both you and your child will enjoy.

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