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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Criminals took over Sonar City, the citizens lived in fear, and even law enforcement was tired. The Mayor called a meeting to find a way out of the situation and asked for a savior. Six popsicle sticks stepped forward and volunteered to save their city by catching the criminals. The heroes, known as the Super Sticks, had a combination of water, mind, speed, lasso, muscle, and tech powers, but no one believed in them; they were just a bunch of sticks that could do nothing extraordinary. Yet they wanted to face the powerful villains who terrorized the city. Almost immediately, news filters in about a bank robbery in progress. The popsicles arrive at the scene, and there is a face-off. Who will win? Read Super Sticks by Brianna Nichole King for the entire story.
Super Sticks by Brianna Nichole King is an educational storybook, which is captivating and hilariously funny. A seven-year-old putting this story together is just brilliant. I loved the cartoons and the use of colors. The story was also unique and a must-read for every child. It teaches courage and self-belief. When you want to take on a task or adventure, what you believe about yourself is all that matters. If you think you can accomplish that task, go for it, regardless of the challenges. Self-belief boosts courage, which sees you doing extraordinary things because no obstacle is more formidable than your determination. No one will come to save you if you don’t take the first step to rescue yourself. The Super Sticks took the first step.