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Check it out: Super books to the rescue

7:28 AM, Nov. 20, 2012  |  Comments
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"Batman: Meet the Super Heroes"

by Michael Teitelbaum

Batman needs help stopping an evil dragon that is attacking Gotham City. He calls on his friends Superman and Wonder Woman to put an end to the dragon's destructive ways. This Batman beginning reader is a perfect fit for newly independent readers.

? Can't get enough Batman? Join us at the Central Library on November 23rd from 2 - 3 p.m. for Bam! Pow! Batman's Greatest Hits. See a video presentation featuring Batman's coolest gadgets, greatest vehicles, best allies and scariest villains. Help create sound effects for a story. You can even wear your superhero costume if you want. For ages 5 and up.

Picture Books

"Max" by Bob Graham

"Superdog: The Heart of a Hero" by Caralyn and Mark Buehner

"Superhero ABC" by Bob McLeod

"Traction Man is Here!" by Mini Grey

Beginning Readers

"Superman Classic: Superman versus Mongul" by Michael Teitelbaum

"The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Lizard" by Clarissa Wong

"This Is Iron Man" by Thomas Macri

"These Are the Avengers" by Thomas Macri

Chapter Books

"Superman: The Shadow Masters" by Paul Kepperberg

"Batman: Robin's First Flight" by Robert Greenberger

"Spider-Man: Spidey Strikes Back" by Todd Dezago

"Marvel Adventures Avengers: Thor" by Paul Tobin

"Marvel Adventures Iron Man: Heart of Steel" by Fred Van Lente

"Babymouse series" by Jennifer and Matthew Holm

"Magic Pickle series" by Scott Morse

"The Adventures of Captain Underpants series" by Dav Pilkey

"Spider-Man and the Avengers" by Paul Tobin

Non-Fiction

"Superman versus the Ku Klux Klan: The True Story of How the Iconic Superhero Battled the Men of Hate" by Richard Dowers

"LEGO Batman: Visual Dictionary" by Daniel Lipkowitz

"Spider-Man: Inside the World of Your Friendly Neighborhood Hero" by Matthew K. Manning

"The Amazing Spider-Man: The Ultimate Guide" by Tom DeFalco

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