5 Adorable Superhero Picture Books to Read With Kids Now

5 Adorable Superhero Picture Books For Kids
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The Children’s Book Review

The genre of superhero books is always appealing to kids. The combination of action, adventure, and the message of doing good in the world, not to mention illustrations that pop from the page, sucks readers into the story. The five adorable picture books we’re shining the light on today offer fantastic examples of how kiddos can be everyday superheroes with or without a cape!

Get ready to read aloud with the same level of enthusiasm your kids will have for these superhero stories. POW!

Superhero Faith Book Cover

Story by Faith Abraham

Illustrated by Shannon O’Toole

Ages 3-8 | 32 Pages

Publisher: Faith and Sparkle’s World

In Superhero Faith, child author Faith Abraham shows readers just how imaginative the young mind can be. Faith enjoys doing things that most children do, along with her trusty dog, Sparkle. However, Faith has a secret: she’s a superhero! You’ll never guess how she gets her powers. With standout illustrations, Superhero Faith demonstrates ways a young child can support a family member in need. This marvelous book will entertain both adults and children with precious examples of superhero habits.

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Written by Katherine Locke

Illustrated by Rayanne Vieira

Ages 4-8 | 32 Pages

Publisher: Running Press Kids | ISBN: 9780762469734

After a long day fighting crime and having adventures, it can be hard to settle down for bed. Superheroes have a lot to do! They fight bad guys – Bam! Pow! They save animals – Zoinks! But the most important thing of all for a superhero? To get a peaceful, excellent rest! With the help of these fun heroes, children can do just that. So tell the kids to snuggle up with their favorite super-snuggly sidekick and tuck themselves in tight because even superheroes need their rest! Bedtime for Superheroes is a fun addition to the adventure of bedtime!

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Harley the Hero: Book Cover

Written and Illustrated by Peggy Collins

Ages 4-7 | 32 Pages

Publisher: Pajama Press | ISBN: 9781772781953

An exciting picture book inspired by a real classroom, Harley the Hero demonstrates the essential and super job service dogs have to care for their neurodivergent friends. Readers will love reading about how Harley, who goes to school every day with Mrs. Prichard wearing his ‘work’ vest, helps save the day when the old stage curtains catch on fire. With beautiful themes of friendship and courage, Harley the Hero is a heartwarmer for sure!

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Created by the dynamic duo of New York Times bestselling author Kelly DiPucchio and talented illustrator Stephanie Graegin, Supper Many Stands Up is willed with affirmations that all everyday superheroes should know: I am fearlessI am strong, I am brave, I am powerful, and I am invincible! When Manny encounters a bully in the school cafeteria, he puts his imaginary play of saving the world into real-life action, demonstrating to readers the power of inner strength and the importance of standing up for all that is right. Supper Many Stands Up is equal parts entertaining and actionable!

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Ten Rules of Being a Superhero: Book Cover

Written and Illustrated by Deb Pilutti

Ages 4-7 | 32 Pages

Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. | ISBN-13: 9780805097597

Between home and school, kids encounter rules everywhere they go. They’ll be happy to know that even superheroes have rules to abide by, as Captain Magma and his trusty sidekick, Lava Boy, demonstrate in this helpful guidebook meets humorous adventure. For example, a superhero must ALWAYS respond to a call for help. This powerful duo will stop at nothing to set an excellent example of what it means to be brave and how to use powers for good!

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November 24, 2021 at 12:34PM Bianca Schulze