101 Things to Do to Become a Superhero (or Evil Genius) by Helen Szirtes, Richard Horne


101 Things to Do to Become a Superhero (or Evil Genius) by Helen Szirtes, Richard Horne

You are just 101 Things away from global fame (and possibly world domination). Inside this book is everything you need to transform yourself from mere mortal into exciting, dynamic total superhero material. Make things, learn amazing tricks, and be inspired by genius ideas in order to complete the transition from ordinary person to object of worship and admiration. Develop your ...Stealth Telepathy Powers of Persuasion. Then ...Select a sidekick Groom your dark side Before ...Learning to fly (etc.) Your days as mere mortal are over. Learn, make, practise and cheat your way to hero (or evil villain) status. What are you waiting for?


Praise for 101 Things To Do Before You're Old and Boring: 'Full of great things to make and do for kids of all ages

's Guide to Kid's Books Praise for 101 Things to Do to Become a Superhero:

.co.uk 'A handy guide to all the things you need to do and learn to become a successful superhero ... It covers everything from interviewing for sidekicks and honing your powers to developing a suitably tortured backstory

About the Author

Richard Horne is a designer of record covers, book jackets and websites, as well as illustrating greetings cards and magazine editorials. A self-confessed chancer and left-hander, this is his fifth book in the bestselling 101 Things series. Richard lives in Norwich. and author. Following her degree, she taught in Italy, then returned to the UK to work as an editor at Bloomsbury. She co-authored the children's bestseller 101 Things to Do Before You're Old and Boring. Helen also writes poetry and is working on her first children's novel.

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224 pages


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Publication date

4th October 2010



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