A Hero Is

Rated 4.88/5 based on 8 reviews
A Hero Is explores the characteristics of what makes a hero and just how diverse heroes can be. With vibrant illustrations accompanied by poetry this book will inspire little boys to be heroes in their everyday life.
“Every boy can be a hero, brave knight or superman. By helping others, doing right and being the best he can.”
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About Nikki Rogers

Nikki Rogers is a mother, teacher, author and illustrator of children’s picture books. Since 2013, her inspirational books have touched the lives of children around the globe.

Nikki was raised on a farm in South East Queensland, Australia and pursued a career in Primary Education. In addition to teaching, she has a passion for the arts, writing, drawing and painting, and loves birds. As her desire to have a positive impact on the lives of children merged with her love of art, several beautiful books to inspire and delight children were created.

Some of her books include A Beautiful Girl, The Garden in my Heart, What Love Looks Like, and Sooty & Snow. Her most recent book, Wilbur the Woolly, was shortlisted in the Omega Book Awards.

Nikki currently lives on the Gold Coast with her husband, children and four bantam chickens. She has a heart for the less fortunate and desires that her life may glorify God and inspire others to be all they were created to be.

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Reviews

Hobbe Noxious reviewed on June 2, 2015

Aside from demonizing capitalism, and making those who don't have fathers feel pretty crappy about life in general, it wasn't bad. Would love to see the little mad scientist kid switch teams for the eagerly awaited sequel: "A Villain Is Better".
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Bethany Morlan reviewed on Aug. 25, 2013

Love the drawings and the message!
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N. R. Eccles-Smith reviewed on Aug. 23, 2013

A fantastic little book, highlighting the values and virtues that would encourage any little boy to strive towards being a 'true' hero. Loved the pictures and the simple, yet clever rhyming.
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M McLean reviewed on March 22, 2013

The characters in this book present some great role models for little boys which are true to life examples, rather than the stereo typical hero a little boy naturally equates as a hero but does not have any real life examples of. Very good.
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Robina McLean reviewed on March 20, 2013

A Hero Is is a great book that explores the qualities of a real hero. Boys tend to think of heroes as comic book type super heroes but this book really portrays what a true hero is. Love it!
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Jenny Curtis reviewed on March 8, 2013

A Hero Is will inspire both child and adult alike to reach out to others with help and friendship. The message, poetry, and adorable illustrations make this a very special book, little boys, especially will cherish always.
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Leah Foad reviewed on Feb. 24, 2013

"A Hero Is" is such a great book for boys to see what true heroism is. Knowing that frequently all a Hero has to do is go against the crowd and be there for others. Every little boy can benefit.
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Simon Rogers reviewed on Feb. 14, 2013

A Hero is is a great book bout what makes up a real hero - it is a lot more than cape! Every little boy in the world will benefit from this book, it has a great message which is told through great illustrations and rhymes. Love it!
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Simon Rogers reviewed on Feb. 14, 2013
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A Hero Is is such a great book for little boys! Every little boy wants to be a hero but often they think a hero has to have a cape - this book portrays what a real hero looks like.
Well written and beautifully illustrated this book will be an asset to every home with a little hero!
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