“Shoes with engines, springs and sprockets, kick-start heels, and shoe-size rockets.” A rhyming story for every kid who wants to fly—and wonders when it’s okay to break the rules.
Like all children, José dreams of flying. So he works hard to buy a pair of rocket shoes that let him jet into the atmosphere. But all those spins, kicks, and airborne tricks cause such a ruckus around town that the mayor bans the shoes and shuts down the factory. Then, one day, during a terrible snowstorm, José hears a cry: his neighbor’s in danger—and he can only help her if he puts on the shoes. Will José dare to break the rules and save the day?