Super Ace and the Mega Wow 3000 (I Can Read Superhero Series)
Matt Vander Pol first discovered he loved to draw when he was introduced to the world of dinosaurs and Garfield while in his early years of elementary school. 25 years and many drawings later, he is enjoying employment as a...
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Matt Vander Pol first discovered he loved to draw when he was introduced to the world of dinosaurs and Garfield while in his early years of elementary school. 25 years and many drawings later, he is enjoying employment as a freelance cartoon illustrator for both general and Christian media companies in a variety of roles such as Character Designer, Concept Artist, Comic Book Illustrator and Writer, Logo Designer, Advertisement Illustrator, Storyboard Artist, and the list keeps growing. Presently he is working with his super creative wife and friend, Amy, on developing a children's illustration style and growing their illustration Company - Rockhouse Arts (www.RockhouseArts.com) to better serve a variety of companies and audiences. Matt and Amy enjoy working together and are currently collaborating on their best and most challenging project yet; raising their newborn son Jaedon.
Space hero Super Ace is called to planet Floop because the Mega Wow 3000, a spaceship loaded with food for hungry children, will not go. Super Ace tries to use his super powers, (strength and good looks) to fix the ship. With his big arms, he bends and lifts and moves the Mega Wow. Pieces of the Mega Wow snap and pop, but the ship still will not work. When the ship's owner turns to Sidekick Ned, Super Ace laughs. But Ned uses his God-given wisdom to find the key that turns on the ship. Now the hungry children will get their food! This level-two I Can Read book uses engaging characters and a simple plot to build children's confidence as they discover the joy of reading independently.
Cheryl Crouch is the author of ten children's books, including including the Chosen Girl series -Escape from the Temple of Mars; The Misadventures of Baxter Bowlingreen, III; and Lost in the Rainforest. Cheryl plays the French horn and likes to speak at summer camps. She lives in Texas, with her husband, Jeff, their four children, and a Pomeranian named Wolf.