A celebration of incredible key-workers by Dr Ranj, presenter of CBeebies series Get Well Soon, resident doctor on ITV's This Morning and front line NHS paediatrician.
Lily knows exactly what she wants to be when she grows up: a superhero! But she's not interested in being a silly superhero. She doesn't want to wear her pants outside her trousers! Lily wants to be a REAL superhero: the kind who helps people and makes the world a better place.
Join Lily as she meets the extraordinary superheroes all around us, from doctors, teachers and air ambulance paramedics to scientists, recycling truck drivers and carers. Discover the amazing work these real-life heroes do using their incredible superpowers of kindness, care and love.
This uplifting picture book celebrates key-workers, and shows little readers that we all have the potential within us to be superheroes.
Dr. Ranj Singh is an NHS paediatrician and one of the resident doctors on ITV's This Morning. He co-created the BAFTA-award-winning CBeebies series Get Well Soon, and co-presents ITV's prime-time Save Money Lose Weight and Dr Ranj: On Call.
Dr. Ranj's first non-fiction book for children, How to Grow Up and Feel Amazing, shot straight into the Sunday Times
Liam Darcy is a British illustrator from London with a BA Hons degree in graphic design from Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication. He finds inspiration mainly from animals, nature and human interactions. Most of his work is created digitally but he occasionally experiments with paints and ink to encourage artistic development. Liam has always enjMore about Liam Darcy