Other Books in Series
This is book number 16 in the DC Super Heroes series.
DC's awesome super heroes are terrific role models for young girls. This colorful picture book, illustrated with DC Comics classic art, details the inspiring qualities that make Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl and their friends so powerful.
Wonder Woman knows the importance of telling the truth. Bat Girl reads a lot and has impressive technical skills. Supergirl is the only girl to survive from the planet Krypton. Black Canary persuades people to do things with the power of her voice. Illustrated with cool, classic DC art, this fun, colorful book shows how these and other amazing female super heroes use their powers to make the world a safer place. Young readers will also enjoy learning the characters' compelling origin stories. Girls will see that being different, overcoming fears, exploring new places--and banding together with other strong women--can be pretty powerful.
About the Author
Julie Merberg is the bestselling author of My First Jewish Baby Book, It's a Mitzvah, My First Book of Girl Power, The Big Book of Girl Power, My First Book of Feminism (for Boys), My First Book of Feminism, No! My First Book of Protest, Baby's First Eames, and the Minimasters Art series. She lives in New York City with her husband, the writer David Bar Katz, and their four sons.