Ralph is (not) a Superhero by Corinne Davies
  

Ralph is (not) a Superhero

Written by Corinne Davies

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Ralph is a young boy - a bit of a geek you could say, as he’s heavily into chess and books. No one really notices him until he develops some magical heroic powers, which he puts to good use helping people get out of a problem.

The real originality of this delightful debut is the writing for the story is written entirely in rhyme. It’s so clever and coupled with the zany colour illustrations interspersed with the cleverly designed text it’s guaranteed to excite children into reading and experiencing rhyme for themselves, perhaps for the first time.

Go to www.ralphisnotasuperhero.co.uk for more info, activities, videos and more!

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Ralph is (not) a Superhero by Corinne Davies

Ralph is a quiet, studious boy whom nobody even notices. When, one night, he dreams that he's actually a superhero, his sister and classmates all laugh. However, when a series of miraculous events occur around him, everybody starts to believe in his super human powers. Everyone that is ... except Ralph!

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Format

Paperback

Author

Corinne Davies
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Publisher

RAL Publications

Publication date

11th May 2009

ISBN

9780955690518

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