Little Bobby the beagle puppy is feeling bored, until the film 'Superman' comes on the telly and gives him a wonderful idea. Perhaps he could be a 'Superpup?'
With a new purpose in life (becoming the neighbourhood hero), Bobby sets out to find those in need of help. Unfortunately, as he soon discovers, being a hero is not as easy as he thought it would be...
'Superpup' is a delightful story for young children, packed with humour, quirky characters and simple illustrations.
From the author of 'The Bushbabies - Curse of the Mirror Man', 'The List that Santa Missed', 'The Hedgehog Who Wanted a Hug,' and 'Get Lost Lulubelle.'
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|Age Range:||6 - 8 Years|
About the Author
T.A. Unwin is a writer and artist from London, now living on the Hampshire coast in England. Her childhood revolved around animals; looking after pets and writing stories about them. A passion for the natural world led to a Zoology degree followed by a Masters in Animal Welfare. Writing then took a back seat as the young adventurer set off to gain experience of working with different animals around the world. She trailed after the macaque monkeys in Gibraltar, as well as their monkey cousins in India, studied birds in Scotland, researched vultures in Namibia and spent ten weeks monitoring marine mammals from a boat in the Mozambique Channel. Currently she works part-time in a zoo and has finally returned to her favourite hobby – writing stories about animals. She has two noisy budgies who do their best to put a stop to this.