The multicultural cast in the FRANKLIN BEAN Superhero (first chapter book) Series deals with moving, new friends and school, dog rescue, special needs dog, bullying, and feelings. 

Franklin Bean and Bubbie’s Bullies


“Adorable dog and mystery, too!” ~ Award winning Author, Pamela Beason

“Bound to be a classic. … a story that completely lights up a child’s face when read. It contains valuable lessons that deal with responsibility, bullying, manners, and friendship” ….” ~ Author, Al Boudreau

“…kids can learn about value of money, acceptance of differences and preciousness of friendship … a fantastic read for parents, kisa and teachers. ~ Magda Olchawski, Award writing Filmmaker and Author

“My dear you are a word magician. What an enchanting and uplifting story”. ~ Review Blog, Maggie’s Musings

“… mysterious superhero … thoroughly enjoyed this tale and the charming illustrations …with the exciting magical undertones …. One to look out for in the future.” ~ Rachel Dove, The Kindle Book Review

The multicultural cast in the FRANKLIN BEAN Superhero Series deals with moving, new friends and school, dog rescue, special needs dog, bullying, and feelings.



  1. Well put, sir, well put. I’ll certainly make note of that.

  2. Hello Sharon,

    It’s an honor to help as many dog rescues as I can.

    I will try to call you this weekend. If we miss each other, please email me

    Thank you,

  3. Good morning!! I am the fundraiser for a small 501(c)3 rescue called Pets with Disabilities.

    We hold our big event in June, but we are trying something we have never tried before which is an online auction. I was wondering if I could purchase the books directly from you and have you autograph them thanking those that donate to us.

    Each and every fur baby that comes to us is disabled – blind, deaf, tri-pod, wheelchair, neurological disorder, etc.

    This rescue is run on a volunteer basis and each and every penny goes directly to the pups. The rescue is on the founders property which includes the wheelchair dogs being in her home as well as another big group – again all disabled. As the founder – Joyce – does the bulk of the work herself, she can only handle 25 dogs at a time. There is no holiday or day off for Joyce. Each day the dogs wake her up between 430 and 5 AM, and her day begins.

    If she cannot get one of the fur babies adopted, the rescue becomes their permanent home.

    Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.

    Best regards,

    Sharon Sirkis
    Director of Fundraising
    Pets with Disabilities

  4. This book is great for children with a positive message. Can’t wait for the next book.

  5. My class loved the book! Made for some very interesting topics to talk about.

  6. We really loved the books Emmy! Thank you for linking into the Kid Lit Blog Hop. It’s nice to see you and I hope you are well. Cheers!

  7. I read about your book in the newspaper. I am the buyer for the Becky’s Hallmark in the area and I think we could sell your book! Can you contact me and let me know if the book can be ordered, cost, retail etc.


    Ann Beatty

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