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  2. Jan 15, 2021 · Every page is a surprising delight for young readers. 4. ‘The Princess in Black’ By Dean Hale and Shannon Hale. The Princess in Black is a definite page-turner when it comes to superhero graphic novels for girls. It offers an interesting perspective, unlike the other novels that are dominated by male protagonists.

  3. May 05, 2020 · Mia Mayhem is A Superhero by Kara West, Illustrated by Leeza Hernandez (December 18, 2018) Eight-year-old Mia’s life is turned upside down when she’s invited to join the secret after school Program for In-Training Superheroes (PITS). For her whole life, Mia’s thought she was simply, embarrassingly clumsy, but it turns out she’s been ...

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  4. The Astonishing Secret of Awesome Man. by Michael Chabon, illustrated by Jake Parker. Michael Chabon knows superheroes. His 2000 novel, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, all about two cousins in the 1940s who created a Superman-esque comic book hero, won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. So you can see why Chabon writing a children’s ...

  5. Nov 05, 2021 · 5 Adorable Superhero Picture Books For Kids Sponsored | Opinions Are Our Own The Children’s Book Review. The genre of superhero books is always appealing to kids. The combination of action, adventure, and the message of doing good in the world—not to mention illustrations that pop from the page—sucks readers into the story.

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    • Superman. Superman is arguably the most iconic superhero of all time. Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, Superman represents justice in the face of evil.
    • The Hulk. Boys and girls of all ages love the Hulk. Sure, he can be terrifying at times, but under all the aggression is a hero with a heart of gold. Plus, kids understand temper tantrums.
    • Spider-Man. Spider-Man is an easy character to relate to for kids, because for almost all of his career, Spider-Man has been a teen. While Superman worried about Kryptonyte, Peter Parker stressed over a curfew and the Green Goblin.
    • Lumberjanes. If comic books often feel like a boy’s club, Grace Ellis, Shannon Watters, and Noelle Stevenson’s Lumberjanes will be a breath of fresh air.
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