My Superhero Mind


Children - Picture Book
34 Pages
Reviewed on 11/22/2019
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Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite

My Superhero Mind, written by Jaina Thatch and illustrated by Mernie Gallagher-Cole, is the story of Princess Superhero who can be anything she wants. Having out of this world superpowers is nowhere near as important as having down to earth concepts that will guide her to the moon and back without having to leave the ground. She doesn’t fly through the sky or require elaborate dresses and jewels; she doesn’t leap off tall buildings or become invisible. Her superpowers are much keener than any of those things ever could be. Princess Superhero’s superpowers allow her to grow into a well-adjusted, independent, strong-willed young woman with a level head and a true sense of personal direction.

My Superhero Mind by Jaina Thatch is definitely a one of a kind children’s story with a plot that will encourage young girls to strive for whatever their hearts desire. I love the character of Princess Superhero and the way she explains how exciting it is to be a goal-oriented female with brilliant ideas. The illustrations by Mernie Gallagher-Cole are as bright and beautiful as the lesson Thatch is relaying to young girls everywhere about how looks and pretty clothes and make-up won’t change the world. I recommend My Superhero Mind to anyone who would like to encourage their young daughters that they don’t have to be a supermodel to be a superhero. I love how Thatch lets girls know they are already a superhero with the perfect superpower and that they can be anything they want if they put their minds to it.