In this heartfelt celebration of everyday girl power, a young girl faces the ultimate challenge: school! With the heroic traits of DC Comics' Wonder Woman, like COURAGE, STRENGTH, and KINDNESS, she'll turn a demanding school day into an amazing adventure!
As a little girl gets ready for bed each night, she doesn't realize that a lot of her activities are being mirrored by her favorite heroine, Supergirl. They'll both turn sleepless nights into sweet success and sweet dreams!
In this graphic version of the classic story, Jak and her broken-down robot, Cow, make a deal with the scrap collector; if they will take the Space Elevator to the supposedly deserted Cloud Kingdom and procure some nano-beans, Cow will be fixed as good as new--but when they get there they find that the Kingdom is occupied by an immense alien monster.
In this graphic novel adaptation of the classic fable, Chicken Little notices a small dip in oxygen levels at the moon base and fears that may mean big trouble, but will her friends believe her? Includes information about the original story, visual questions, and glossary.
Friendship is the greatest superpower of all! As one of the World's Greatest Super Heroes, Wonder Woman has many powers and abilities, including lighning-quick speed, super strength, and a golden lasso. But her most important skill of all? Being a friend!
"Batman and Batgirl are two of the world's greatest super heroes. They have the brains, tools, and talent to take down Gotham City's most dangerous bad guys. But what's their most powerful skill of all? Teamwork!"--
"In this DC Comics picture book, the heroic adventures of the Justice League mirror the extraordinary lives of real-life children and their diverse families. With bold illustrations and poetic text, this story makes all families--no matter how big or how small--feel out of this world!"--Jacket.
Insulted because her character has been left out of a movie of The Odyssey, Circe turns the entire movie crew into pigs, and when Wonder Woman intervenes the sorceress conjures up a portal that takes the hero into a realm of magical movie genres--and it is up to the reader to decide which genre Wonder Woman ends up in, and what dangers she must face there.