Juvenile Fiction, Superheroes
No More Scaredy Cats
by Susan Williams
In a world where every child runs into problems now and then, it's nice to know that they can rely on their very own superhero—themselves! One Saturday morning, Dora wakes up to find that everything is going wrong. There’s no pancake mix to make ...
How Reid Erman Became Reader Man
by Terrence N. Siqueira
What do you do when you are having trouble reading but don’t want to admit it? You fake it! Meet Reid Erman, a typical busy boy who with the help of his teacher, Mr. Noitall, learns some cool reading strategies to conquer his books. Reid discovers ...
Superheroes Like Me
by Thomas Constantine Zachos
Did you know that you can be anything you want to be? Whether you believe it or not, you are in control of your destiny! You can choose your own path, dictate your journey, and inspire others to do the same, no matter what is holding you back. This ...
Super Cat Saves the Day
by Bonnie M Robinson
Super Cat Saves the Day is an adventure story that is sure to please early readers and their helpers. It is a fast-paced story with limited repetitive vocabulary, perfect for the emerging reader. The illustrations are real photos taken of Grover, a ...
Super Stella Leads the Way
by Marianna R. Cavezza
Super Stella Leads the Way features a young girl named Stella who loves to write about her inner superhero powers—until one day her brother questions whether girls can be superheroes. Can they? Stella struggles with her outrage and dismay, but she ...
Another Superhero Day
by Shaniece Vassell
Theo is a superhero—but, of course, only his mom knows that. Theo is also autistic. He is shy, unique, cool, and he doesn’t like to be touched. One day at the amusement park, he is waiting in line for the Ferris wheel with his mom when he meets ...
Santa is a Superhero
by S.C. Lohse
Psst! Hey you! Did you know that Santa is a superhero? I know what you’re thinking, “How can that be? He doesn’t have superpowers.” Or does he? If you take a peek inside this superbook you’ll see all the things that Santa has in common with other ...
Super Ollie Outsmarts Overwhelm
by Carolyn Dibb
In gym class, Olivia—or Ollie, as she likes to be called—cannot jump rope. Every time she tries, her feet get tangled up and her frustration rises. As the room fills with the Thwick and Thump of her friends jumping rope, Ollie’s heartbeat quickens ...