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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Landon, the Superhero of the Worlds! by Titus Andrew M. Bonifacio revolves around Landon, who, one day while returning from school, rushes to put out a fire in his neighbor's house. Something strange happens at that time and Landon is transformed into a super kid with tremendous energy and he can save people. Landon gets a call from Cat World to save a power plant. He tells his best friend, Brandon, and goes to Cat World. By the time he reaches Cat World, it's too late and everything is gone except one cat police officer who tells Landon that they are going to strike a planet named Earth next. Will Landon get back to Earth in time to save his planet from the evil villain, Pistacio?
The story is fast paced and adventurous, and kids would love to possess the super powers that Landon has to try out some adventure. The narration is descriptive and, along with the help of the black and white sketches, the author makes the story come alive in front of the reader's eyes. The author's detailed descriptions will make every child dream and imagine. It's a good bedtime storybook and can also be used for read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries. Landon's character is adorable and so are all the other characters in the story. The story also has a good message for readers; that of superheroes who are brave, respect and help others, and stand up against bullies.