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Our students are going to be creating superhero characters for a comic book-based 
art/science unit.
We are going to be introducing science concepts like pollination in which the 
children learn that bees have "superpowers" because they pollinate flowers and 
therefore help produce food for the planet.
What are some other creatures in the wild that do extraordinary things that we 
humans can't do?
If you think of anything, your answers could be as simple as "cows produce milk for 
us to drink," and I'll take it from there.
I just need help jogging my brain.
And of course if you can come up with book titles, on any level, even better!
Offlist replies are fine.
Patricia Sarles, MA, MLS 
Passages Academy Libraries 
941 Rev. James A. Polite Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10459 
tel: (718) 861-2003 
fax: (718) 861-2039 
"Nothing of value comes without being earned, That's why great leaders are those 
who lead by example first. You can't demand respect because of a title or a 
position and expect people to follow. That might work for a little while, but in 
the long run people respond to what they see." - Michael Jordan 
"Libraries are not made; they grow." - Augustine Birrell 

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