We have had quite a bit of support from local and not so local media.
Thank you for helping spread the word.
On June 9th Nathan was interviewed by Prince George Citizen reporter Frank Peebles as part of the press conference at the Prince George Fire Department.
It isn't uncommon for kids to look upon firefighters as heroes, but in Prince George on Tuesday, there was some reverse admiration happening at Fire Hall No. 1.
Nathan McTaggart was in the city on a tour showing off his latest children's book. McTaggart is 13 years old and his fresh title Brandy & Her Super Hero is the third book he and his father Keven have written together. All of them focus on first responders and some fantastical adventures.
When we went to Quesnel, we met with Acting Mayor Scott Elliott, the Editor of the Quesnel Cariboo Observer, Lindsay Chung joined us and wrote this great article about Nathan.
A 13-year-old from Coquitlam is travelling through the Interior meeting his real-life super heroes as he shares the latest book he has written about first responders.
First responders have always been Nathan McTaggart’s superheroes, and he and his father, Keven, have written books about superheroes such as firefighters. Nathan’s latest book, Brandy and Her Super Hero, is inspired by the wildfires that ravaged the Cariboo in 2017 and 2018 and is set in the Williams Lake area. READ MORE
In July 2019 we embarked on our Book Tour to launch Brandy and Her Super Hero. Our first stop was in Ashcroft where we met with their Mayor/Newspaper Editor Barbara Roden.
Thirteen-year-old Nathan McTaggart had already written (with his father Keven) and published two books when, in the summer of 2017, he learned about the devastating fires in the Interior of B.C. while on holiday in Ontario.
In October 2017 Mario Bartel came to Nathan's school at lunch time and interviewed Nathan about Santa and His Super Hero. We'd like to give a special shout out to the people at Como Lake Middle School for accommodating us.
Accompanying Nathan to center ice will be one of the characters in his first book, Santa and His Super Hero.
Jolly old Saint Nick is taking some time from his busy pre-Christmas preparations to celebrate his timely extrication from a chimney with the first responders like firefighters and paramedics who rescued him. READ MORE
On Friday October 13th 2017, Perry Solkowski from Sportsnet 650 talked about Santa and His Super Hero and our book launch.
This spring we were approached by Tellwell Talents about helping us publish Santa and His Super Hero. Tellwell Talents is a self-publishing company out of Victoria BC. throughout the summer they spent many hours re-designing our book, making it look way more professional. More recently they have been helping us market our book.
One of the things they did was feature us as their "Author(s) of the Month in September.
All it took was an act of kindness for the idea of “Santa and his Super Hero” to come to life.
A few years ago, three-year-old Nathan McTaggart was making a donation to a local food bank when a firetruck pulled into the area. The fire truck captivated Nathan and later on he asked his dad, Keven McTaggart, what would happen if Santa got stuck in a chimney and couldn’t get out. READ MORE
Ingus is a Dad Blogger from just outside Toronto, Ontario. He is a new father and writes about his time with his daughter in his blog, Dad Mode On
Since diving into this Dad blogging universe, I’ve been given incredible opportunities to work with different companies and dads to either promote or spread their messaging.
Often times, I am fortunate enough to be sent items to either test or keep. This is something that I am tremendously grateful for... READ MORE
On December 18, 2016 Tracy Sherlock wrote a great article that was in both the Vancouver Sun and Province newspapers.
"When Nathan McTaggart was three years old, he asked his dad Keven what would happen if Santa got stuck in the chimney.
They talked about it together and came up with a story about firefighters saving Santa so he could carry on with his gift-giving adventure on Christmas Eve."
Last week a reporter from the Tri-City News came to Nathan's school to interview us. Thank You Diane Strandberg.
"Nathan McTaggart, a Grade 4 student at Coquitlam's Harbour View elementary, wrote the book with his dad, Keven, and his fellow students illustrated the story. READ MORE
During the Coquitlam 125 celebrations at Crestwood Park, Nathan was interviewed about Santa and His Super Hero.
Nathan McTaggart may only be in Grade 4, but he's already published his first book with help from his father and his classmates. READ MORE