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2018 Action Figure Finalist

Toy of the Year Awards

If you give a girl a different toy,

she will tell a different story.™

Shared,
everyone’s powers grow stronger!™

Every child should be given the tools to fight whatever…life throws in their way.”  

– Behavioral Therapist

Book Bundle

$25.00

“Courage is the most important of all the virtues because without courage, you can’t practice any other virtue consistently.”
Maya Angelou

Literacy is the Ultimate Superpower. This Book Bundle introduces the messages embedded the Elements of Power action figures.

The Book Bundle features a Special Edition Workbook, a Courage Picture Book, and one action figure from the Courage series.

Feed Their Power! Read a Book (Aloud)!

Select one action figure below to add this product to the cart.

Click the element shields to select your action figures.

Book Bundle Option 1

Elements of Power Fundraiser Workbook

“What you think you become. What you feel you attract. What you imagine, you create.”
-
Buddha

A special-edition  Workbook combining the two activity books in the Courage & Wisdom lunch box sets.

All profits support United Through Reading, an organization that connects military families who are separated - for deployment or military assignment - by providing the bonding experience of shared storytime.

Book Bundle Option 2

Courage Picture Book

“What is the difference between an obstacle and an opportunity? Our attitude toward it. Every opportunity has a difficulty, and every difficulty has an opportunity.”
- J. Sidlow Baxter

Learn all about the Superpower Courage in our first IAmElemental picture book. 

Feed Their Power! Read a Book (Aloud)!

Book Bundle Option 3

Bravery

“The best way out is always through.”
- Robert Frost

Bravery is one of the seven Superpower female action figures in the Courage series.


Definition: Bravery does not run away from a challenge or a problem

Superpower: Bravery can create a protective forcefield around herself and others

Her shoulder armor is inspired by the Medieval French Heroine, Joan of Arc.

Her pink braid honors the memory of our CEO’s mother & all lives lost to breast cancer.

Energy

“Energy may be likened to the bending of a crossbow; decision, to the releasing of the trigger.”
- Sun Tzu

Energy is one of the seven Superpower female action figures in the Courage series.

Definition: Energy has the power to get things done.

Superpower: She has the ability to control electrical impulses.

Her shoulder flames are a literal interpretation of power.

Honesty

Speak the truth, even if your voice shakes.”
- Anon.

Honesty is one of the seven Superpower female action figures in the Courage series.

Definition: Honesty tells the truth, and is always loyal, fair and sincere.

Superpower: She can make others tell the truth.

Her wings are inspired by the ancient wings of Persian art, because they taught their children three things: to ride a horse, shoot an arrow, and tell the truth.

Industry

“There is no substitution for hard work.” - Thomas Edison

Industry is one of the seven Superpower female action figures in the Courage series.

Definition: Industry works hard at all she does.

Superpower: She can control physical objects and repair anything that is broken.

Her backpack is inspired by Mary Poppins’ seemingly bottomless carpet bag.

Enthusiasm

“Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm.”
- Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Enthusiasm is one of the seven Superpower female action figures in the Courage series.

Definition: Enthusiasm shares her excitement and happiness with others.

Superpower: She can change the negative emotions of others.

Her chest protector/gem is inspired by the energy of the solar plexus chakra. 

Persistence

“Persistence can change failure into extraordinary achievement.”
- Matt Biondi

Persistence is one of the seven Superpower female action figures in the Courage series.

Definition: Persistence never gives up, no matter the challenge.

Superpower: She can push through any obstacle and has super strength.

Her blue cape is inspired by an ocean wave, because we get knocked down, but we always get back up.