Book Reviews

Format: Kindle Edition


Heroes don't always wear capesAn Inspirational and Touching Story!
By Pamela Scott – See all my reviews.
I absolutely LOVE this book! There is something in it for everyone! The development of the main character throughout her school years touches the heart and inspires the soul. As a parent, it has taught me that even the most challenging experiences can teach our children many life lessons. Thank you, Ms. Shaffer, for writing such a unique book!


Heroes don't always wear capesYou’ll find this story to be incredibly touching, emotional, and uplifting.
By L. Salamy – See all my reviews.
What an engaging story! Stefania Shaffer wrote a realistic piece of fiction that pulls the reader into the story. I wanted to protect the main character Vandra, befriend her, cheer for her, and cry for her. Vandra’s school experiences brought back many memories and reminded me to listen to my own child when he talks about his days at school. I can’t wait to see if Ms. Shaffer writes a sequel.


Heroes don't always wear capesAmazing, Intruiging, FANTASTIC!
By Sasha H. – See all my reviews.
I have never read a book that could teach so many life lessons, yet still be as enjoyable as this one. The author’s undying humor and creativity shines through in every chapter, and leaves you begging for more.

One thing that surpasses the life lessons, and humor that is cleverly placed throughout the book, is the inspiration that I received from it. I used to be a big reader, I was one of the few second-graders who could sit and read for hours without complaint, but by the time I was in sixth grade, I no longer read for the joy of reading, but only when I had to do a book report. This book made me re-realize the joys of reading, and watching a marvelous story unfold before your eyes. This book inspired me to read again, and I’ll be eternally grateful for that.


Heroes don't always wear capesYa Gotta Read It,
A Kid’s Review
Heroes Don’t Always Wear Capes is an awesome book. It takes you through the life of young school girl, whose life amazingly relates to many people. Ya gotta read It.


Heroes don't always wear capesNatalia
Wow, this was an awesome book! I loved how she just captured how every girl feels at each stage of their life. I could really relate to this book. I also like how the author wrote, it was very descriptive, and it almost felt like you were in the same situation the main character was in. All in all I loved it and I think all kids should read this book. 🙂


Heroes don't always wear capesHeartwarming read
By Valerie J. Seamons “seamonster” – See all my reviews.
This multi-talented writer has captured the hearts of both students and teachers alike. I could sense the humor, the frustration, and the daily challenges of this girl’s life in the classroom. This book is an inspiring story of hope, compassion, and victory in the face of adversity. I want to be the Miss Ryan of my own campus!


Heroes don't always wear capesShaffer’s First Book Makes You Think
By LisaHegdahl – See all my reviews.
I enjoyed reading Stefania Shaffer’s first book. It makes you think about people, and how even what seems like a small gesture to you, may have a great impact on someone. It reminds all of us to think before we act or speak…How do you want people to remember you?


Heroes don't always wear capes A pleasure to read…the main character captures your heart!
By P. Kefer – See all my reviews.
This book has all the perfect ingredients for an engrossing story. It’s humorous, touching, and insightful. Wonderfully written, it is a heartwarming story of a character you root for and want to cheer on!


Heroes don't always wear capesThe real hero is the author for relating this information to us.
By Nina Mcgroarty – See all my reviews.
I just couldn’t put this book down. I read it from 11:00pm until 4:00am. It evoked memories of childhood, and it is relatable in a very personal way. It is, however, approporiate for a wide range of ages.


Heroes don't always wear capesHeroes Don’t Always Wear Capes
By Kirkyman – See all my reviews.
I thought this book really related to my life. It has a good meaning and really makes you feel what Vandra is going though. Can’t wait to read the next one!