Super Hero Books for Kids

If we don’t dream about superheroes, we probably want to be one.   Who wouldn’t want to be Batman, Ironman or Thor?  Today, we feature fun books about super heroes and how to be one! Of course, we are throwing one book in the mix about super villians too.

Superhero Instruction ManualSuperhero Instruction Manual

Anyone can be a superhero and this guidebook will show you how! Just follow six easy steps and you’ll be saving the world in no time.

Join an aspiring hero as he selects a secret identity, chooses a power, and much, much more. But be warned: it isn’t easy being super. And sometimes the greatest acts of heroism need a helping hand to get off the ground.
Kristy Dempsey’s rollicking text, coupled with Mark Fearing’s expressive, cartoon-style illustrations will have readers laughing all the way to infinity and beyond!

Good Morning SupermanGood Morning, Superman
Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s the . . . SUN! When morning comes, a young boy must prepare for his day, faster than a speeding bullet. Follow along as he leaps tall buildings (jumps out of bed) in a single bound, dons his heroic uniform (his clothes), and faces his greatest weakness (Kryptonite-colored toothpaste). Then it’s up, up, and away to daycare! The perfect companion to the bestselling author Michael Dahl’s BEDTIME FOR BATMAN, this official DC Comics picture book will have Superman fans young and old delighting in their morning routines. Includes a morning routine checklist.

superheroes bad dayEven Superheroes Have Bad Days
When Superheroes don’t get their way,
when they’re sad, when they’re mad, when they’ve had a bad day . . .
. . . they COULD super-tantrum, they COULD but they DON’T,
because REAL Superheroes just WOULDN’T—they WON’T!

Just like the rest of us, superheroes have bad days. They could use super-powers to cause a big scene. Or run amok and act super-mean. But even when they’re really, REALLY mad, they can’t – they won’t act super-bad.

This absolutely fun rhyming book shows how superheroes find a way to get a grip on their emotions. They can do it….and so can you!

regrettable super villainsThe Legion of Regrettable Super Villians
The oddest supervillains in comics history, in one amazing art-filled collection of overlooked crooked characters.

Every hero needs a villain. But not every supervillain comes with a cool costume, sinister pseudonym, or functioning death ray. Some super-crooks are incompetent, some are comical, and some are just….weird. This book affectionately and hilariously profiles the oddest oddballs in comic book history.

From the golden age to the modern graphic novel, comic book superheroes need villains to battle. This collection affectionately spotlights the most ridiculous, bizarre, and cringe-worthy ever published, from fandom favorites like MODOK and Egg Fu to forgotten weirdos like Brickbat (choice of weapon: poison bricks). Casual comics readers and diehard enthusiasts alike will relish the hilarious commentary by author Jon Morris and vintage art from obscure old comics.