I Can Read! 2: Batman- Meet the Super Heroes By Michael Teitelbaum

I Can Read! 2: Batman- Meet the Super Heroes
Michael Teitelbaum
HarperCollins (2009)
ISBN 9780061878589
Reviewed by Cayden Aures (age 5) and Mom for Reader Views (01/10)

Bruce Wayne (a.k.a. Batman) was attending a party at the Gotham City Museum when suddenly one of the dragon statues came to life threatening the safety of the city of Gotham. Bruce Wayne quickly went back to his house and transformed into Batman to try and stop the dragon, but the dragon was too strong for him so he needed to enlist the help of some Super Hero friends.

Cayden: “I liked when the dragon came to life and when Batman went to get his Batmobile! We have a Batmobile toy like that! Superman and Wonder Woman came to help Batman. I liked that they were all in the same story. This was a good book. I can read a lot of the words in it too!”

Parent’s comments:

“Batman- Meet the Super Heroes” is a Level 2 book in the “I Can Read!” series of books which is basically geared toward children who can read with a little help. My son was excited to recognize many familiar words and read parts of the story on his own. The plot was fast-paced and exciting. This book definitely makes reading fun for a little boy!

 

 

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