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Freckle The child whose fear became her Superpower

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By Mark GrahamPublished 4 months ago 1 min read
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We all have our own super power. We just have to find it somehow. 'Freckle The child whose fear became a Superpower' written by Erin Page and illustrated by Claudia Aaron. This is the story of a little girl named Freckles who is a person who becomes nervous and anxious over new situations that may occur. Her father gives her a way to deal and act out her feelings and how they make her feel safe.

Claudia's artwork uses bright colors on glossy pages. Show lets Freckles' facial expressions really shine and the way that Erin's words were set up you can tell that something special is going to happen some way. Educators and counselors could use this picture book to teach children how their bodies work to control feelings how and why appropriately.

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Mark Graham

I am a person who really likes to read and write and to share what I learned with all my education. My page will mainly be book reviews and critiques of old and new books that I have read and will read. There will also be other bits, too.

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