January 19, 2016 | visnawj
Looking for superheroes like Wonder Woman and Spider-Man? Try checking out one of these super-powered stories. Books are suggested for Third Grade, but remember that each reader is different, and might find something interesting at another level.
When a cheetah exhibit opens at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., Princess Diana (alias Wonder Woman) arrives to witness the event. When the rare cats suddenly escape, it's up to Diana to capture the cats and figure out why they are behaving strangely.
After helping Green Lantern Hal Jordan against the Manhunters, members of the Blue Lantern Corps want him to give up his green ring and join the Blue Lanterns...or suffer the consequences.
When Gotham City's greatest super-villains escape from Arkham Asylum, Batman must quickly capture the rogues. He gets some extra help from a his biggest, little fan ― the Bat-Mite, a mischievous imp from another dimension.
Superheroes Gordon Blue and his brother Benny must rescue an opera star from the evil Dr. Screech before he turns her super high voice into a supersonic weapon.
When a monstrous volcano threatens to destroy a Pacific island, super-speedster the Flash must bring in one of his greatest foes -- Captain Cold -- to help cool things down.
Robin the Boy Wonder goes undercover at a school for aspiring villains where he learns that the headmistress is none other than Catwoman!
Iron Man battles the forces of evil with help from his friends.
Maud feels gloomy about being a "middle sheep," and decides that as Extraordinary Ernie's sidekick, she deserves a sidekick too, which makes Ernie, an only child, feel left out, which leads to bickering between the two of them.
The evil supercomputer Brainiac is collecting cities from hundreds of planets and shrinking them. It's up to Superman to stop Brainiac from bottling up Metropolis, as well as rescue Kandor, the last remnant of Superman's home planet, Krypton, from Brainiac's clutches.