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Superpowered Letters

The letter A rushed into the alphabet letter’s clubhouse and said, “A is for APPLE.  A is for APPLE.  A is for APPLE, but it’s not anymore!”

As the other letters tried to figure out what she meant, B ran into the room and said, “B is for BEE, B is for BEE, B is for BEE, but not anymore.

CURIOUS”, said C. “Is C still for CAT”?

In Superpowered Letters, the letters in the alphabet create a detective agency when they realize that some of them are acting strangely and some of them suddenly have super powers. With the help of five-year-old twins Samantha and Spencer, the letters discover that their powers and superpowers are caused by an artist redesigning the draft of an upcoming children’s picture book entitled The ABC Detective Agency.

Children discover the advantages of diversity when it comes to solving problems.

“Yes, but it might not be tomorrow.  Things are changing,” said B. It turns out

In the artistic redesign, A  stands for Alligator and Alejandro Alligator is from Costa Rica.

B is for Buddy Bear who hails from the Deep South and speaks with a drawl. C is for Catherine Cat, who lives in New York City and yearns to get out of her apartment.

C is for Catherine Cat, who lives in New York City and yearns to get out of her apartment.

Children discover the advantages of diversity when it comes to solving problems.