Why You And Your Child Should Read The Lil Defenders


Although the concept of children superheroes isn’t exactly new, the subgenre isn’t exactly saturated. In fact, a search on Amazon for Children Superhero Books generated 20 pages of results. On the surface that seems defenders like a lot, but upon further inspection, I noticed most of the books didn’t have children superheroes, they were just geared towards a child audience. While I’m glad to see books featuring popular superheroes are available for younger readers, I still think more needs to be done.


Have you ever wondered why so many children’s books feature kids? It’s because children are influenced by other children. That’s not to say that the same isn’t true for adults. However, when a child is influenced by an adult the mindset tends to be, “I want to do that too when I get big.” When they see a kid standing up for themselves or protecting someone smaller than themselves. So, even though each super kid possesses a power, the little reader doesn’t, it becomes an empowering experience.



Worried about exposing your children to violence? No worries necessary because there Excerpt (1)is none. While I can’t promise this will be the case throughout the series, book one is completely non-violent. Honest. Neither the bad guys nor the super kids throws a punch or even a slap during this book. So feel free to read this book to children younger than the suggested minimum age of 6. Be warned: reading The Lil’ Defenders may lead to little readers beginning superhero training.





Jaimie Hope was born November 3, 1976, in New York. It wasn’t until high school, where she joined the newspaper staff that she decided she wanted to be a writer. After graduation, the author went to college and received an Associate’s degree in 1999.

In 2002, she moved to Florida where she was an active volunteer in the local historical society and the Deltona Regional Library, this was the turning point for the author. In 2005, she started writing and hasn’t stopped.

In 2006, she moved back to New York where she released her first Children’s book, The Adventures of Baby Jaimie.  As they say, the rest is history. Jaimie Hope now has books in multiple genres. They include Children’s picture books, Young Adult Romance, New Adult Romance, Paranormal Romance, and Non-fiction.

In 2014, she opened Back To Basics Publishing & Author Services.

Please follow this link (The Lil defenders Media Kit) to purchase the book and check out the author’s tour dates as well as more information regarding the author.

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