From potatoes to teddy bears, Superheroes are not always what you expect ...

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Eliot, Midnight Superhero 

by Anne Cottringer

By day, Eliot is a quiet boy. But when the clock strikes midnight, Eliot is a superhero! One day Eliot receives an urgent message from the world's Most Important Scientists: a giant meteor is hurtling towards Earth! Will Eliot be able to save the world from destruction in time?


by Julia Donaldon

Never fear, Superworm's here! He can fish Spider out of a well and 
rescue Toad from a busy road. But who will come to Superworm's 
rescue, when he's captured by a wicked Wizard Lizard? Luckily, all 
of Superworm's insect friends have a cunning plan... 


Juniper Jupiter 

by Lizzy Stewart

Juniper Jupiter is a real life superhero. But what is a hero without a sidekick? It turns out that lots of people want to be a superhero's sidekick, but none of them are quite right... will Juniper ever find the perfect one? This is a fun and feisty story about friendship and learning to value what you already have.

Nat Fantastic 

by Giles Andreae

Nat is no ordinary boy. He may look like it on the outside but one almighty sneeze is enough to turn him into Nat Fantastic - miniature superhero! His powers know no limits as he whizzes through the night performing amazing rescues and foiling bank robbers. 



by Sue Hendra

Meet Supertato! He's always there for you when the chips are down. He's the superhero with eyes everywhere - but now there's a pea on the loose. A very, very naughty pea. Has Supertato finally met his match?

Supertato: Evil Peas Rule

by Sue Hendra

It's all very well being a superhero... but what if there was no one there to cause the chaos? Would we even need superheroes?! Fortunately, this isn't something we will have to worry about. The Evil Pea is BACK! And this time he has his biggest, most dastardly plan yet... 





Superkid by Claire Freedman

With x-ray vision and super speed, Superkid is always on hand to save the day! He can spot bullies trying 
to steal your bubblegum, he knows just what to do with a plateful 
of broccoli, and he can make even pirates surrender. An encouraging message about every child's potential to be a hero.

Super Daisy by Kes Gray

Planet Earth is in DANGER! It's on a fatal collision course with Planet Pea! If they crash then Planet Pea will explode into a gazillionpillionkillion peas, and that means only one thing...there'll be PEAS EVERYWHERE! The fate of dinner-times world wide rests with Super Daisy. 


Superbat by Matt Carr

Pat the bat decides to be special... a SUPERBAT! But he soon realises this is harder than it looks. All his bat friends have amazing hearing. All of them can fly. And all bats can find their way in the dark. Pat is starting to think that he will never stand out - until a family of mice see him for what he really is... A HERO!


Zippo the Superhero by Kes Gray

Zippo doesn't want to be an ordinary hippo. He wants to be super! Being good at swimming and splashing in mud aren't really superpowers, though. Perhaps he can fly like his friend Roxi. But who's ever heard of a flying hippopotamus? A fantastically funny superhero book.


Michael Recycle