Superhero Cape


Every year Santa Barbara has a Summer Solstice Parade. This balloon at the end of the parade reminded me of the following books. Barefoot Books- LadyD is participating in Mellow Yellow Monday.
   

                                                                

 Journey around the world and to the stars in our new Up, Up, Up! animated video with audio singalong.



Enjoy an aerial view of the planet when you set sail in a hot-air balloon with three children and their inquisitive dog. Sung by Susan Reed. From the book and CD illustrated by Rachel Oldfield, available at http://ladyd.barefootbooks.com 


There's another book I picked up from our local library from the Dial Easy - To - Read Level 3 series, Oliver The Mighty Pig by Jean Van Leeuwen. Darling book about a family who loves Oliver, whether he is wearing his cape or not.

"Who has a long red cape and is able to fly? Mighty Pig, of course!"

Oliver the Mighty Pig (Easy-to-Read, Dial)Children's Humorous Literature)

I'm planning on making some cool capes for my grandsons and granddaughter. It's been awhile since I made a Superman cape for my son.  I was wondering if you had sewn a cape before and if so, what type of fabric did you use? I suppose anything from silk to a bath towel or bed sheet would be fun to hold onto and run around with! lol

Free Superhero Pattern

Superhero, a hero, especially in children's comic books and television cartoons, possessing extraordinary, often magical powers.








“You can’t get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me.” — C. S. Lewis


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