A boy. A super hero. A brave pirate leading his crew. Until he got glasses. He starts to disappear. His parents. His teacher cant’s see him. The kids and even his grandpa. No one can see him … it was the day he became different.
Glasses provide the gift of vision. Adults know glasses are good for kids. Kids know they make them different. So the miscommunication begins. The super hero becomes powerless, as the misconceptions between adult and child collides.
The Boy in the Big Blue Glasses is about giving voice to kids’ fear of being unaccepted, and opening the pathway to discover they are super heroes after all.
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Illustrated by Cathy Wilcox – children’s published by HarperColli