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Product description

He’s got a built-in cape, he can fly and he’s on a brave rescue mission. Want a super chuckle? Say hello to Pat the Superbat! Pat is an ordinary bat who dreams of being special. He’d love to be a superhero! But when you’re a bat, that’s not as easy as it sounds. Think about it: all bats can fly. All bats can find their way in the dark. And though bats don’t have x-ray vision, they all have ultrasonic hearing. Nifty, eh? How will Pat stand out among all these other superbats? Perhaps he needs to be a HERO – the most super thing of all!

  • A funny, heartwarming picture book for every little hero
  • Bright and striking artwork from big new talent Matt Carr
  • Fun story about helping others and following your dreams
  • Perfect for small children who dream of making their mark

Product Details





Date published

March 2nd, 2017

Other details

  • 32 pages



UK edition


  1. Runa
    on 17 August 2018

    Super bat

    A lovely picture book. I read it to my Reception class and they enjoyed listening to it especially the boys. Even my 13 months old son listened to the whole story. I think he liked the pictures. They were large pictures that took the whole page. It had bold bright colours of red and yellow, and comic captions.

    As a teacher, I could see myself using this book to introduce bats or superheroes or unlikely heroes. I liked how the story is about that anyone could be a hero. Great way to promote self believe and increase self esteem. It also has a page of key facts about bats and uses key terms of echolocation and nocturnal animals correctly. Great overall read.

    5out of 5
  2. Bee Hee
    on 13 July 2017


    My kids love this book, and have loved learning more about bats as a result.

    5out of 5

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