Its National Superhero Day!

Well Happy National Superhero day to you!  We are huge fans of superhero’s especially those incredible  female superheroes.  Recently one of my petites very best friends had a superhero birthday party and it was A-Mazing!  I do have to say that my favorite part was the table filled with this petites favorite superhero books.  So today we wanted to share some of her superhero picks with you.

Superhero 1

Bedtime for Batman by Michael Dahl and illustrated by Ethan Beavers (Capstone Young Readers, 2016) is a great read all about how Batman gets all ready to go to bed at night.  This is a unique story in that it is two stories told side by side, one of batman getting ready to save the day and a petite doing his nighttime routine.  It also has a really fun pre-comic book or graphic novel feel to it.

Superhero 2

Good Morning Superman by Michael Dahl and illustrated by Omar Lozano (Capstone Young Readers, 2017) this is the recently published companion book to Bedtime for Batman mentioned above.  This story as you might guess follows Superman as he gets ready to suit up and save the day and a petite getting ready to do his morning routine.


Even Superheros Have Bad Days by Shelly Becker and illustrated by Eda Kaban (Sterling Children’s Books, 2016) is perfect for petites ranging from preschool to around 4th grade because it does such a masterful job of teaching petites how to calm their bodies when they are feeling  sad, mad, frustrated, lonely, or afraid.  This book gives examples of what they could do to resist giving into troublesome behaviors.  This book is filled with wonderful illustrations that are engaging along with a rhyming text that is not only engaging but really fun to read aloud.


The Big Book of Girl Power by Julie Merberg (Downtown Bookworks, 2016) is just as it sounds a big book filled with all of our favorite female superheroes.  It is vibrant and filled with great little one liners for each female.  Each spread is about a new superhero and gives her back story and details about her super powers.

My first Book of Girl Power

My First Book of Girl Power by Julie Merberg (Downtown Bookworms, 2015) is a board book that introduces petites to female superheroes.  We love that this board book uses its few words to share the traits that make these women special, whether it’s strength, kindness, bravery, wisdom and how they are able to use these powers together to help each other.  It’s a great board book to empower petites.

We hope you enjoy this amazing collection of superhero book of our Super Girl C.




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