Max the Superhero
by Sylvain Trudel
illustrated by Suzanne Langlois
translated by Sarah Cummins
Max would like to be a superhero so that he can protect his family from evil.
Max would like to be a superhero so that he can protect his family from evil. All he needs is a Flying Avenger costume like the one he has seen in the toy store. Christmas is only one month away. He is sure to get one if he asks his parents. Suddenly, everything is topsy-turvy. Nothing is the same at home and Max doesn't understand what's wrong. Then he finds out that his Dad is out of work. Now that his family is POOR, what sort of Christmas will they have?
About the Authors
SYLVAIN TRUDEL is a novelist and author of several books for children. He is a nature-lover and a traveller, and his adventures have taken him to many parts of the world. His novels have won several literary prizes including the Canada-Switzerland prize.
SUZANNE LANGLOIS illustrations appear on record covers and in novels and textbooks.'
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