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Look To The Sky - Greensboro

Superhero Movie Night – A memorable community event that will inspire kids that they can change the world.

Looking for an Author Visit that Gets Kids Excited about Changing the World?

Bolaji is an extraordinary superhero.
We were in awe of the way he was able to
engage, inspire, and motivate such a large crowd.

His positivity and energy were contagious! 🙂

— Carlen Walters, CEO, 1-2-1 Mentoring
Community Movie Screening, Downtown Greensboro


What Do You Want from an Author Visit?

An adventurous experience that:
  1. Gets kids excited about reading, and writing.
  2. Gets kids excited about practicing kindness toward others.
  3. Empowers the kids, and rejuvenates the staff.
  4. Strengthens the positive emotional connection to the school.
  5. Builds school community and a team spirit among the students
  6. Helps kids respect and appreciate differences between each other
  7. Strengthens kids’ self esteem and self-identity.

As a Shy, Introverted Kid with Social Anxiety,

…who is now award-winning professional speaker,
Bolaji’s experience has equipped him to reach every child.

Along the way, this shy kid has been able to:

  • Dance in an MTV music video.
  • Perform in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics Ceremonies.
  • Become associate producer on a superhero documentary.
  • Director of his first animated cartoon short.
  • Speak to audiences large-and-small, about finding their super powers.
  • …And jump out of a perfectly good plane!

As the Author of Over FIFTY Kid Superhero Books,

Bolaji is irrationally passionate about
helping kids find their voice, their powers, their identities,
and teaching them to use those things
to make the world better for those around them.

His heroes create role models for  kids who may not be used to seeing a hero that is just like them.

Brave Young Heroes gives  voice to kids with:

  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Asthma
  • Autism
  • Deafness
  • Dyslexia
  • Obesity
  • OCD
  • Low Self-Confidence
  • Poverty
  • Shyness
  • Stuttering

From countries as diverse as :

  • Argentina
  • China
  • Egypt
  • England
  • Ethiopia
  • Greece
  • India
  • Japan
  • Mars (Not a country, but we went there anyway…)
  • Mexico
  • USA
  • USA (Native-American)




Doctor Hero’s Day At Your School:

Doctor Hero’s visit to your school
will inspire the kids to:

  • Read and Write (Language Arts), and
  • Find their super power…
    so they can change the world!
    (Social & Emotional Learning.)

A one-day visit includes

three 50-minute presentations,
which may be
customized to meet the school’s needs.

The school can choose between assemblies and
workshops for its three sessions.

Doctor Hero does a combination of
highly interactive, large group assemblies followed by
classroom visits or hands-on writing workshops.

By the end of these sessions, students will walk away with
specific writing strategies that they can apply immediately.

The Author Assembly includes:

  • A blend of  social and emotional learning,
    superhero fun, and pro-literacy
  • Storytelling from one of Bolaji’s books,
  • Audiovisual presentation about Doctor Hero’s origin story
  • Encouragement to read, and write.
  • Superhero trivia,
  • An official School Kindness Challenge, and
  • Question-and-answer session with the kids


Age-Specific Content:
Although the basic presentation remains similar,
Doctor Hero will alter it for different grades to be age-specific.

Book Signings:
For those students and staff purchasing books,
Doctor Hero will gladly autograph them
on the day of the visit,
separate from the presentations.

School Visit:

  • Local Fee (Raleigh, NC area): $1,500
  • Non-local (North Carolina): $1,800 (plus travel, lodging, meals)
  • Out-of-state: $2,000 (plus travel, lodging, meals).

Community Superhero Movie Night:

  • $1,000.
  • Typically held the evening before the in-school sessions with the kids.



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