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Coming November 2024

A secret superhero lies below Yellowstone National Park…

In a wonder-filled trip through an iconic destination, discover the spectacular powers of the supervolcano hidden below the ground. WHOOSH! SIZZLE! BLOOP! Visit the volcano’s exploding geysers, boiling mud pots, and much more.

 

But what does a hero do best? Help others! The Yellowstone Supervolcano doesn’t just dazzle tourists. Learn how its superpowers support a thriving ecosystem, helping feed and protect the unique wildlife year after year. 

Written by Suzanne Jacobs Lipshaw (author of Mighty Mahi and I Campaigned for Ice Cream), The Super Volcano explains natural science concepts and geological features in a way that builds excitement for learning. Stunning art by Brie Schmida captures the vivid colors and scenic views that make Yellowstone one of the world’s greatest natural treasures. Inspired by comic books, the traditional illustrations meet energetic comic panels and sound effects that leap off the page to engage kids of all ages.

 

Read facts about Native American history, the establishment of the first U.S. national park, conservation efforts, park staff, and visitor etiquette. And finally, take the pledge to help protect the park and become a new kind of Yellowstone superhero!

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Book details

Age range 

6—9 years

Grade range 

1st Grade—4th Grade

Hardcover 

(ISBN 978-1-958629-17-8) • $21.95

eBook

(ISBN 978-1-958629-23-9) • $18.95

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About the Author

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About the Illustrator

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Suzanne Jacobs Lipshaw is an award-winning children’s book author and former elementary school special education teacher who is passionate about growing young minds. Her first two picture books, I Campaigned for Ice Cream and Mighty Mahi, are both based on true stories. Suzanne enjoys speaking to schools about writing, leadership, sea turtles, and how kids can make a difference in our world. The proud momma of two grown boys, Suzanne lives in Waterford, Michigan with her husband and her furry writing companion, Ziggy.

Brie Schmida is an illustrator and visual development artist based in sunny California. She has worked for notable clients such as Marvel and Disney. She likes to fill her personal work with inspiration from her family’s farm, and has an ineffable desire to create pieces full of whimsy and light. Color, nature, and the days of old are her muses. When she’s not creating, you can most probably find her picking flowers in a forest or surrounded by goats in a sunlit field.

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