superheroes

 

Looking for superheroes like Wonder Woman and Spider-Man? Try checking out one of these super-powered stories. Books are suggested for Sixth Grade, but remember that each reader is different, and might find something interesting at another level.

The ascension : a Super human clash by Michael Owen Carroll

Teenagers with super powers must try to stop a villain who has travelled from the past in order to irreversibly alter reality.

The cloak society by Jeramey Kraatz

Alex Knight, a twelve-year-old in training to be a super-villain in the elite Cloak Society, becomes friends with a young superhero and begins to question where his loyalty lies.

 

Looking for superheroes like Wonder Woman and Spider-Man? Try checking out one of these super-powered stories. Books are suggested for Fifth Grade, but remember that each reader is different, and might find something interesting at another level.

Archvillain by Barry Lyga

Twelve-year-old Kyle Camden develops greater mental agility and superpowers during a plasma storm that also brings Mighty Mike, an alien, to the town of Bouring, but while each does what he thinks is best, Kyle is labeled a villain and Mike a hero.

Battling Boy by Paul Pope

As monsters roam Acropolis and swallow children into their shadowy underworld, twelve-year-old superhero Battling Boy steps in to save the city in the absence of genius vigilante Haggard West.

 

Looking for superheroes like Wonder Woman and Spider-Man? Try checking out one of these super-powered stories. Books are suggested for Fourth Grade, but remember that each reader is different, and might find something interesting at another level.

Almost super by Marion Jensen

Two brothers in a family of superheroes are forced to reexamine everything they knew about being super when the powers they receive are total duds and their enemy is revealed to be just like they are.

When Eugene's parents go away for the weekend, he discovers that his babysitter is a true villain. Will Captain Awesome be able to save himself--and his little sister--from the evil babysitter?

 

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.

Attack of the cheetah by Jane B. Mason

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.

Battle of the Blue Lanterns by Michael Vincent Acampora

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.

 

If you like your books with caped crusaders, wall-crawling heroes, and folks with superpowers, try some of these superhero stories.  Grade levels are suggested, but remember that each reader is different and might find something interesting at another level. Under each grade is a link for even more titles.

Kindergarten

Battle in the batcave by Donald B. Lemke

When Bane makes his way into the Batcave, it could spell the end for the Dark Knight.

 

Looking for superheroes like Wonder Woman and Spider-Man? Try checking out one of these super-powered stories. Books are suggested for Second Grade, but remember that each reader is different, and might find something interesting at another level.

Alien Superman! by Yale Stewart

When Superman is transformed into a strange green alien by Lex Luther's latest invention, Wonder Woman must somehow get him to the Fortress of Solitude where he can be cured.

The amazing mini-mutts by Donald B. Lemke

At Bowwow Boot Camp the latest class of super canine cadets must face a real danger when the camp is attacked by Brainicat, an evil cyborg kitty from the planet Colu.  Will they discover their own super powers in time?

 

Looking for superheroes like Wonder Woman and Spider-Man? Try checking out one of these super-powered stories. Books are suggested for Kindergarten, but remember that each reader is different, and might find something interesting at another level.

As imaginary superhero Bumblebee Boy, Sam rejects his pesky little brother's help in defeating pirates, dragons, and saber-toothed lions, but when Sam comes up against some scary aliens, he discovers the advantage of having a sidekick.

Bad weather! by Frank Berrios

Batman and Superman join the Super Friends to stop Mr. Freeze from using his weather control machine.

What We're Reading: April 2012

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