My First Book of Girl Power

My First Book of Girl Power A celebration of girl power for budding super heroines featuring beloved DC characters from Wonder Woman to Batgirl Exploring attributes from physical strength to intuition this introduction to DC s

  • Title: My First Book of Girl Power
  • Author: Julie Merberg
  • ISBN: 9781941367032
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Board Book
  • A celebration of girl power for budding super heroines featuring beloved DC characters from Wonder Woman to Batgirl.Exploring attributes from physical strength to intuition, this introduction to DC s super heroines is also a catalog of role models for little girls From Wonder Woman s ability to find the truth to Black Canary s powerful voice to Batgirl s keen mind, readerA celebration of girl power for budding super heroines featuring beloved DC characters from Wonder Woman to Batgirl.Exploring attributes from physical strength to intuition, this introduction to DC s super heroines is also a catalog of role models for little girls From Wonder Woman s ability to find the truth to Black Canary s powerful voice to Batgirl s keen mind, readers will find much to admire Cool, classic art makes for a fun, colorful package.

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    1. I am so charmed by the beginning of this book:* Girls are STRONG and KIND. They can do amazing things.* Wonder Woman uses her Golden Lasso to get people to tell the TRUTH.* Black Canary has a SONIC SCREAM. She uses the power of her voice to keep people safe.Because comics are so complicated, they opted to keep some of it vague, like "Raven uses her magic powers to PROTECT her friends," but generally it all seems accurate (I had to Google a bunch of characters I was less familiar with), except "H [...]

    2. I got my daughter this book, so technically I probably shouldn't have it on here, BUT it is fantastic. Lesser-known characters and several varied messages about what makes them powerful (strength, healing, bravery, intelligence). Also BLACK CANARY AND MERA AND RAVEN AND HAWKGIRL, like, yes please and thank you.

    3. A "super" cute & adorable board book for very young (and all readers really) who appreciate empowering girls with good values & uplifting messages of friendship and female strength. I especially liked the range of super-heroines featured in this one like Hawkgirl, Katana, & Raven as well as the ever popular Wonder Woman, Bat Girl & Supergirl. A must for comic & geek girls who are young or just young at heart.

    4. I purchased this book for my soon to be one year old daughter. I am a big fan of DC's superheroes, especially Wonder Woman, so I thought this would be a good way to share my interest with my daughter and introduce her to the world of superheroes. This is a board book. It has nice, colorful illustrations of each heroine. It is a short book, perfect for the attention span of a toddler. Featured in the book are Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl, Black Canary, Bumblebee, Katana, and Hawkgirl. Each on [...]

    5. Fun and colorful. I loved that it had some lesser-known female superheroes, and I love that it focused on not just physical qualities, but traits like bravery and intelligence and loyalty. I read it to my 5-year old son, who loves Wonder Woman, and he was excited to find new superheroes to love.

    6. This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily!Summer Reading, Day 8. We were out of library books to read, so today’s selection came from our own library: My First Book of Girl Power by DC Comics. We love this one because it shows that girls can be smart, brave, strong and kind, and that all girls are superheroes!(This was one of our original Instagram posts, back before we realized this was going to be a blog!)Be sure to check out The B [...]

    7. What a fun, colorful board book to introduce your littlest girl to what it means to be a superhero. DC's greatest heroines are depicted in this book: Wonder Woman encourages people to tell the TRUTH, Mera is BRAVE and explores new places, Batgirl READS all the time and PROGRAMS COMPUTERS, and the list goes on. Great virtues are depicted, bright layouts get my 15 month old's attention, and the descriptions of the ladies' super talents are short and concise. I only have two niggling complaints: I [...]

    8. My First Book of Girl Power introduces many female superheroes including Wonder Woman, Black Canary, Supergirl, Batgirl, Mera, Raven, Hawkgirl, and Mary. It emphasizes that girls are strong, kind, and smart. It is easy to find books about common male superheroes, and I was glad that my husband found this book for our daughter as she is a big fan of supergirl, batgirl, and wonder Woman. This is a simple board book that is perfect for toddlers.

    9. Despite its rather silly title, this book was a great, simple book reinforcing the different skills of the DC superheroines and, by association, women themselves. I thought it was great that the text focused on such great qualities as bravery, intelligence, and teamwork - qualities even a young girl can pursue. I am pleased to have purchased this book for my infant daughter and look forward to reading it with her often.

    10. Showcasing the unique strengths and abilities of women superheroes, this board book really drives home the message that girls rock! The qualities covered in text are just the right kind of message to send girls too; there are plenty of ways to exhibit girl power.Must see, must read for boys and girls alike. PreK.

    11. when I saw this book, I knew my daughter would love it, and she does. I always forget how many women there are in the DC universe. I has colourful drawings, easy language if you want to read together, and a great message.

    12. My near-3-year-old daughter loves this book immensely and it's a fun intro to some (but hardly all) of the strong and capable female heroes of the DC universe. Thanks to her aunt and uncle for gifting it to her last Yuletide!

    13. Simple text and great virtues. Not sure if I would prefer the superheroines in their classic forms or more chunky, simple illustrations for toddlers, but all in all a fairly baby-friendly board book that will also appeal to DC fans.

    14. bought this to donate to darcy library. it's a cute little book for kids, very low reading level. i liked that the characters were the older versions that i grew up with and not the newer ones, which don't seem like they would be as appealing for this message (they are sexy and hard).

    15. I really loved how this book highlighted different characteristics of girl power. Strength, intelligence, bravery, and the other qualities of some of our favorite ladies of DC!

    16. This is fantastic. I love nerdy books that introduce strong women, and starting with a board book for really young girls just makes my heart dance.

    17. This is fantastic. We need more books like this for young girls; the superhero domain isn't just for boys. This book celebrates being smart, strong, and kind---I couldn't say it better myself.

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