Chris is morally challenged "to do the right thing," when a smaller boy is harassed by bullies at the skateboard park. SUPERBOOK whisks the kids off to an adventure where they meet Daniel and King Darius, as an edict is struck saying that no one shall worship anyone but the king, at the risk of death. Daniel is a spiritual man, and when his faith is challenged in this way, he never backs down for an instance. He does what he knows in his heart is the right thing to do. The kids' are stunned to watch as Daniel prays before an open window for all to witness. This action gets him hauled off and thrown into the lion pit. Our heroes try to do what they can but when it seems all is lost, God intervenes and Daniel is saved. As a result, the King has an epiphany and commands all to now worship Daniel's one true God. Chris understands that because Daniel had the courage to do what was right, he changed the people around him. When Superbook returns the kids to the skateboard park, Chris now has the inner strength to stand up for what he knows is right, where the younger boy and the bully are concerned. When you do what's right, God is your protector.