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Super Milly and the Super School Day

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On Superhero Day, Super Milly helps out her school friends with the best superpower of all . . . her super-kindness!

It's Superhero Day at school, and Super Milly can't wait to wow everyone with her costume and amazing powers! The only problem is she can't actually fly, climb buildings or do force fields. But when Superhero Day doesn't go to plan, Milly realises she only needs her super-kindness to save the day!
With its superhero theme and energetic and hilarious main character, this upbeat and very funny picture book about the power of kindness will inspire children to help others and have confidence in themselves.
Stephanie Clarkson creates books for children including the popular Hello Happy! Mindful Kids activity book.
Illustrator Gwen Millward has illustrated and written many picture books, and won awards including the Booktrust Early Years Award for The Bog Baby (written by Jeanne Willis).

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9781788007689
  • ISBN: 9781788007689
  • Pub Date: 2nd June 2020
  • Publisher: Nosy Crow Ltd
  • Imprint: Nosy Crow Ltd
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number of Pages: 32

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About Stephanie Clarkson

Stephanie Clarkson is a writer and journalist. She worked in-house as a features writer for The Daily Mail from 1999 to 2004 and was Deputy Features Editor for Woman and Home magazine until 2006. Since then she has worked as a freelance writer, dividing her time between writing for the children's market and continuing to contribute to the British press. Ste

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About Gwen Millward

Gwen Millward studied illustration in Edinburgh and now spends all her time painting and writing stories for children about her favourite subject - beasts.

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