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In Vanessa Canevaro's Zero the Superhero, Henry is always there to save the day. With his trusty sidekick, Superbird, they will always answer the call of those in need. His big sister, Marigold, and her best friend, Susan, always make fun of Henry and decide to play a mean trick on him. The girls decide to dress up as Cyclops and Medusa, the Greek Invaders that wreak havoc on the neighborhood. Henry the Superhero and Superbird decide to take on the case to discover who the Greek Invaders are and put a stop to their evil plans. The girls think that Henry is a loser. Marigold nicknamed him Zero the Superhero, and constantly teases Henry for his vivid imagination. Will their teasing stifle his imagination?
Vanessa Canevaro's Zero the Superhero is a childrens' fantasy story about a boy who has a very active imagination and the audience is transported into the mind of a child. Henry invites us all to join him on his quest to keep the neighborhood safe from anyone that would threaten the peace. Zero the Superhero was expertly written with young readers in mind. The story encourages the importance of creativity and imagination in the minds of young children. Henry's mother gives a great example of how parents should support and encourage children's imaginations. Join Henry and Superbird as they protect the neighborhood from evildoers in Vanessa Canevaro's Zero the Superhero.