Children grow up reading about the amazing Spiderman, the indestructable Superman, and the clever Batman, but it's not everyday the children reading the books turn into superheros themselves. Jeremy Wuitschick was riding the school bus on his way to school like every morning, but this time, something was different. He noticed the bus driver's eyes were bulging and he was flapping his arms. Jeremy and another student jumped out of their seats and got right to work.
Jeremy jumped behind the wheel of the bus and steered the bus just in time to prevent it from going over a curb. The other student (who knows CPR) immediately began chest compressions on the driver. Jeremy then pulled the ignition key out and saved the bus, and the other children on board, from heading into a crash. As it turns out, Jeremy had just been reading a children's book about a superhero who saves a bus.
What kind of lesson do you hope children take away from your books?