New Children’s Book Teaches Kids How to Be Superheroes

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‘Elijah the Superhero’ teaches children about random acts of kindness.

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'Elijah the Superhero' is a newly released children’s picture book that promotes strong moral values. Elijah is a young boy who wants to be a superhero. Throughout the book, Elijah finds himself in different circumstances and learns that helping others makes him feel like a superhero. Whether Elijah is recycling, feeding a homeless man or adopting an animal, he is continually learning to be a good person.

Author and illustrator, Beth Arnold, said, “Teaching children to be kind and socially responsible helps facilitate their emotional growth. Elijah is put in everyday situations and discovers that a small action can make a big difference.”

'Elijah the Superhero' is available on and other online retailers. Five percent of all proceeds benefit Life Vest Inside, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating positive changes in the world through kindness.

About Elijah the Superhero
Have you ever met a superhero? Whether Elijah is feeding a homeless man or learning to recycle, he is making the world a better place. Join Elijah on his adventures to learn that random acts of kindness can turn anybody into a superhero. This children's picture book is perfect for kids aged 3-7. 'Elijah the Superhero' helps teach young minds about being a good person and always doing the right thing. The book is currently available on and other online retailers. Visit for more information.

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