Magnetic Wisdom The Superman Guide to Life

Overview

Anyone can be a super hero?it?s not necessary to come from a faraway planet or leap tall buildings in a single bound, but simply to find that special touch of Superman within ourselves. Even more important than his superpowers, the Man of Steel stands for those very human virtues we most admire: honesty, integrity, loyalty, selflessness, friendship. This unique, humorous, and enlightening Magnetic Wisdom? kit explains why the character still draws crowds after so many years, and how we can adopt his best ...

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Overview

Anyone can be a super hero—it’s not necessary to come from a faraway planet or leap tall buildings in a single bound, but simply to find that special touch of Superman within ourselves. Even more important than his superpowers, the Man of Steel stands for those very human virtues we most admire: honesty, integrity, loyalty, selflessness, friendship. This unique, humorous, and enlightening Magnetic Wisdom™ kit explains why the character still draws crowds after so many years, and how we can adopt his best qualities—no phone booth required for the change! The discussion encompasses everything from Clark’s childhood in Smallville, Kansas to his double life in Metropolis, and fans of all ages will embrace this collection, which includes 16 magnets that showcase classic DC Comics Superman covers.

Superman, the DC Logo, and all related names, characters and elements are trademarks of DC Comics © 2007. All Rights Reserved.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780594157496
  • Publisher: Cider Mill Press Book Publishers, LLC
  • Publication date: 4/1/2007
  • Pages: 96
  • Product dimensions: 4.30 (w) x 4.90 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Lou Harry is:

a) A reporter/novelist

b) A playwright and prolific writer of novelty and pop culture books.

c) Co-author of Kid Culture and author of The Game of Life.

d) All of the above

Yup, all of the above. Lou Harry collaborated on this trivia book with Eric Berman, who is a reporter for WIBC News; a semifinalist in the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions and Midwestern champion at the 2001 American Crossword Puzzle Tournament; and coauthor of a weekly pub quiz in Bloomington, Indiana.

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