I would like to thank @thelearningpaigefor sharing these darling photos of your SUPER CHEF in action. Paige’s cape is adorable. I also love the focused look on image 2. CUTE! Heck, every photo was cute! 🙂
This is it… the final home stretch. I want to thank everyone who voted in the previous rounds. If you would, I ask that you vote just one more time. Help elevate Be a Superhero in the Kitchen to the top three.
The design team at Mascot Books is still hard at work getting the book ready for publication. I can’t wait to see the final product. When I can, I will share a sample page from Be a Superhero in the Kitchen! For now though, please enjoy these two sample images by Alejandro Chamberlain (illustrator).
If you have an original superhero drawing you’d like to send me, you can reach me three ways.
1.) You can mention me on Twitter.
2.) You can tag me on Instagram.
3.) You can email me through my Contact Form.
Please make sure your child adds their first name, age, and superhero’s power.
BTW: If your child prefers super villains, I’ll happily welcome them as well. Your child can also draw a super pet!
Drawings will be shared on my website, on Twitter, and on Instagram.
Alejandro Chamberlain has been working hard on adding color to his sketches. He so very nicely incorporated my sweet cat, Patrice, into one image. I love her and his drawing of my 1/2 Siamese 1/2 Calico fur ball!
Alejandro still needs to add color to the cape and the background will possibly be changed to an indoor scene but, other than that, what do you think?