Ready for an adventure?
Superheroes come in all shapes and sizes
Teenaged Lindsey loves helping out at her grandfather's wildlife sanctuary, assisting with his research and learning all about the animals.
It's a peaceful life until evil villain Mace Zagan escapes from prison determined to destroy her grandfather and all of his research. Lindsey would do anything to help her grandfather and so would her sanctuary friends; a sloth, a marine iguana and a tapir, all of whom are undergoing some very unusual transformations.
Will their new abilities be enough to defeat Mace Zagan before he succeeds with his evil plan?
"I am so impressed by this book. I knew it was going to be wonderful but I was completely mesmerized throughout...The fact that you're never too young to create change and make a difference in the world you live in is a perfect message for these times."
- Jo Sherwood, Animal Activist
"Colorful, creative, and full of cool critters, Dakota Duncan's Endangered Species Superheroes is clearly written by someone with a knack for adventure and a love for animals."
- Mckenzie Wing, Volunteer Coordinator for Kids Saving the Rainforest
"I loved this story! It was a creative adventure... I like the teamwork and the thrill of the risk."
- Rene L Castle, Grandmother of two kids with great imaginations
"What I liked most about the book is that it is jam packed with helpful information about endangered species, but in a FUN way! The animals are the true heroes here and help us readers digest what needs to be done to save our wildlife. In addition the book instills a sense of wonder about the energetic connection that can happen between humans and animals. Such a great read! "
- Ute Luppertz, Holistic Healing Coach for Pets and Animal Communicator, Pets-Point-Of-View
"I laughed out loud....[I liked that they] learned about who they were as special animals; that they had special traits that made them unique and incredible."
- Christine Rayburn, Environmental Educator
"I absolutely love this book!"
- Jeff Harrison, Founder of Pedaling Against Poaching (pedalingagainstpoaching.com)