Book Reviews of Heck Superhero

Heck Superhero
Heck Superhero
Author: Martine Leavitt
ISBN-13: 9780889953000
ISBN-10: 0889953007
Publication Date: 7/2004
Pages: 144
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Red Deer Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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Reviewed by Julie M. Prince for TeensReadToo.com

Heck's mom is lost. She disappeared after they were locked out of their apartment because she couldn't pay the rent. Heck's used to taking care of himself, but what will happen to his small, fragile mother? Who will take care of her?

Heck has to find her before she ends up in another dimension, one where she doesn't exist at all. The problem is, he's still in his flat stage. It's how all superheroes start out, but Heck is running short on time, so he has to perform the Good Deed that will get he and his mother topworld.

The Good Deed is hard to do when you've been sleeping in a car, you have no money, and your tooth aches so badly that you can't breathe without feeling stabs of pain. But, Heck is determined to find a way to save his mom -- if he didn't, what kind of superhero would he be?

Heck is a fabulous character, one who is rich in imagination and heart!
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Reviewed by Julie M. Prince for TeensReadToo.com

Heck's mom is lost. She disappeared after they were locked out of their apartment because she couldn't pay the rent. Heck's used to taking care of himself, but what will happen to his small, fragile mother? Who will take care of her?

Heck has to find her before she ends up in another dimension, one where she doesn't exist at all. The problem is, he's still in his flat stage. It's how all superheroes start out, but Heck is running short on time, so he has to perform the Good Deed that will get he and his mother topworld.

The Good Deed is hard to do when you've been sleeping in a car, you have no money, and your tooth aches so badly that you can't breathe without feeling stabs of pain. But, Heck is determined to find a way to save his mom -- if he didn't, what kind of superhero would he be?

Heck is a fabulous character, one who is rich in imagination and heart!
reviewed Heck Superhero on + 7145 more book reviews
Reviewed by Julie M. Prince for TeensReadToo.com

Heck's mom is lost. She disappeared after they were locked out of their apartment because she couldn't pay the rent. Heck's used to taking care of himself, but what will happen to his small, fragile mother? Who will take care of her?

Heck has to find her before she ends up in another dimension, one where she doesn't exist at all. The problem is, he's still in his flat stage. It's how all superheroes start out, but Heck is running short on time, so he has to perform the Good Deed that will get he and his mother topworld.

The Good Deed is hard to do when you've been sleeping in a car, you have no money, and your tooth aches so badly that you can't breathe without feeling stabs of pain. But, Heck is determined to find a way to save his mom -- if he didn't, what kind of superhero would he be?

Heck is a fabulous character, one who is rich in imagination and heart!