Film Reviwes Films

Be More Captain America

Written by ceditor

He may have been around since the 1940s, but Captain America is not as old-fashioned as his counterparts from that era. In Be More Captain America — Lessons in Leadership, the First Avenger helps young readers like you unleash their inner Avenger by explaining the best course of action for every scenario that will eventually make this world a better place.

In this impressive book, you will come across some of the most important quotes delivered by the two Captain Americas — Steve Rogers in the films, and Sam Wilson in the TV series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Both come up as strong and noble leaders and while the former gets his superpowers in a lab, the other is all mental strength.

Hence, both of them have a different way of thinking, which finds its way into this guide that has answers for every problem.

Besides inspiring quotes, this book is packed with iconic movie scenes and lifestyle tips that can come in handy in daily life. Not only does it connect the readers with their favourite superhero, but also explains why the two are more alike than they can imagine. Written by Glenn Dakin, it is divided into five parts, each of which highlights the key elements that make Captain America a role model for all.

We all know that Captain America has won over folks around the world with his bravery, righteousness, honour and matchless sense of justice, however, this book explains the reasons behind his selfless nature that makes him nothing less than a guide to greatness.

In the first chapter ‘Become an Avenger’, the writers explain how facing your problems, knowing your enemy, and standing up for what you believe are the qualities that helped Cap become an Avenger, following which you can become like him too.

‘Get your shield’ makes you understand the importance of getting your priorities right, knowing yourself, and never giving up, the Captain America way; whereas ‘Assemble your team’ deals with the aspects of friendship, loyalty and knowing that fighting isn’t always the best solution.

‘Stay true to yourself’ helps you realise that following your heart isn’t a bad thing and neither is just being you, giving your opponent the fair chance.

In the fifth and final chapter of this book, ‘Take up the Challenge’, the readers are instructed in Captain America’s words about working hard, finding your true calling and always being ready. Each instruction comes with a quotable quote like ‘I can do this all day’, or ‘Avengers Assemble’ from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, giving it the authenticity, a good book requires to be great.

Go ahead and learn leadership through Be More Captain America if you want to make a difference in the world. If someone must be followed to become successful, then there is no better person to look up to than the very famous Super Soldier who has battled bullies like Thanos, reasoned with allies like Iron Man, and stood up for his friends Bucky when no one else did. He has no equal when it comes to integrity and principles, so why not get guidance from him directly and help make the world a better place.

Omair Alavi – dawn

About the author