Book Review: “The Adventures of Captain Pump: The World’s First Fitness Superhero” by Addison Coleman

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Most books designed for children advocate some type of message. Usually it’s something that they can learn a life’s lesson from. Often the lesson is of a right versus wrong nature, or a life’s value. “The Adventures of Captain Pump” lends itself to those values as well, however it goes further and beyond this. It actually offers a life of health, fitness and well-being that could very well stay with the recipient forever.

Written in super hero form by fitness expert Jasson Finney, “Captain Pump” is an unlikely hero. He begins as George, the school janitor. George has the wish and desire to teach children had to stay fit, only he can’t find a way to do it. Suddenly one day a tiny fitness dynamo pops out of a magic comic book and Captain Pump is born, the adventure begins.

The book has elements of adventure, excitement, villainess characters, and elements of humor. The outstanding fact is that Captain Pump is the world’s first fitness superhero, a unique and progressive concept. The author Jasson Finney has been helping people stay fit for years as a personal trainer. Finney has made Pumpland come to life where children experience Captain Pump’s efforts to ward off villains who get in the way of leading a healthy existence.

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The book is cleverly written and formatted with excellent illustrations. A love and trust for Captain Pump is quickly formulated. It’s easy to read and understand with a sense of adventure sure to interest any child in today’s superhero climate. Hats off to the author for his innovative idea.

The Official Website for Captain Pump may be found at https://www.CaptainPump.com

4/5 Stars