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Another busy day helping people and saving the world. Good work, Teddy.
Hi, I'm Chris.
You know, being a superhero can really be tough sometimes -
you have good days and bad days.
And that's what tonight's bedtime story's all about.
It's called Even Superheroes Have Bad Days,
and it's written by Shelly Becker with pictures by Eda Kaban.
When superheroes don't get their way,
when they're sad and they're mad, when they have a bad day,
they could use superpowers to kick, punch and pound.
They could shriek, they could screech with an ear-piercing sound.
They could crush wooden crates and bend metal gates.
They could throw trucks and buses across several states.
They could knock over buildings, like towers of blocks,
and crumble the streets into rubble and rocks.
They could use laser eyes to ignite forest fires
or fling boomerangs to deflate the town's tyres.
But upset superheroes have all sorts of choices.
Instead of destruction and loud, livid voices,
they burn angry steam off with speed-of-light hiking
or super-extreme outer space mountain biking.
They race to the rescue of people in need
and delight in the joy of a super-good deed.
They hatch super-plans to help banish world sadness,
building fabulous theme parks for giggles and gladness.
They chase wanted bad guys with supercharged zing,
dragging hundreds to jail while police dance and sing.
They track down and tame super-menacing beasts
and transform pity parties to victory feasts.
But displeased superheroes who don't feel serene
could have super-temptation to cause a bad scene.
"Come on! Move it!"
CAR HORNS HONK
They could blast icy blizzards on hot afternoons
or walloping twisters and monster typhoons.
They could spin super-webs super-far, super-sticky
and tangle up towns with their silk - super-icky!
They could rotate the planet and mess up world time
or sit back and relax while the world fills with crime.
When superheroes don't get their way, when they're sad,
when they're mad, when they've had a bad day, they could super-rampage.
They could, but they don't, because real superheroes just wouldn't.
Instead, they dig down to their super-best part -
the strong superpowers contained in their heart
and, using their talents, as true heroes should,
they battle the urge to do harm, though they could.
They acknowledge their sorrow, their anger, their pain
and they wait for their super-emotions to wane.
It's OK if they frown, it's OK if they sigh,
it's even OK if they slump down and cry.
But then they get up and they get on with their day,
saving the world in their most super way.
Wow, what a powerful tale.
Our superheroes found a way to channel their energy and,
if they can do it, so can you because you're a superhero, too.
And do you know what all good superheroes need?
A super-sleep, ready for new adventures tomorrow.
So tuck yourself in with your favourite ted,
and I'll see you for another bedtime story very soon. Night-night.