Batman and Robin work together to protect Gotham City. So when the twisted troublemaker Two-Face shows up in town, the Dynamic Duo has to stop him. Can these two heroes save the day?
Full of super hero action, Batman Classic: Dawn of the Dynamic Duo, is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
I Can Read books are designed to encourage a love of reading. Superman Classic: Day of Doom is a Level 2 book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
When Central City is overrun with super-villains after Ultra-Humanite organizes a jailbreak, The Flash zips into action! With some help from his friends in the Justice League, can the Scarlet Speedster give these criminals a speedy trip back where they belong?
I Can Read books are designed to encourage a love of reading. Justice League Classic: I Am the Flash is a Level Two I Can Read book, perfect for kids who are growing more confident in their reading skills but still need a little help.
Worried that he'll be bored to tears by a school assembly, Billy Burger decides to bring along his own excitement—the class pet ferret, Franklin! The only problem is Franklin gets away from him, taking over the stage and leaving chaos behind. Now Billy's in a heap of trouble, but while he waits for his punishment from his parents, he gets to spend the afternoon with his loving grandma. The wise woman has lots of funny stories, and more importantly, great ideas on how Billy might use his punishment time helping others. Can Billy turn his ferret fiasco into something good? Can shoveling snow actually be fun? Can Billy Burger really be a model citizen?! Back matter features, including a glossary, discussion questions, and writing prompts, combine with a fast-paced plot and strongly developed characters to make this a great choice for libraries.
After Billy gets sent home for fighting with the bus bully, Randy, he's got extra time to do some community service. Inspired by a speech about bullies and mistreated animals from his grandmother, Billy decides to spend some time with the dogs down at the local pound. But he soon learns that walking dogs is no picnic. Can Billy survive the heat and exercise? Can he keep the dogs on leash and out of the butcher shop? Can Billy be a good citizen to all, even to the bus bully?! This high-interest book will have readers laughing as they think about conflict, character development, and the important theme of bullying. A glossary, discussion questions, and writing prompts round out the title.
It's raining and Billy can't stand the thought of another boring indoor recess. So he convinces his buddies to sneak into the library for a Super Samurai Showdown—some imaginary play featuring gods, samurai, and huge stacks of books. No sooner have the gates of Olympus (the stacks of books) fallen, than Billy is caught. Determined to make up for his poor choices and mistreatment of books, Billy organizes a book drive. How many books can Billy collect? Who will be the drive's worthy recipient? Can books really turn Billy to into a model citizen?! With an exciting, fun-filled plot and strong character development, this book is a great choice for libraries. A glossary, discussion questions, and writing prompts are featured in the back matter.
When Billy Burgers gets a bad report at the doctor, his mom starts pushing fruits and veggies and cutting out the junk food. Delirious from his cravings, Billy swipes a bag of chips from the school cafeteria and devours them. When he realizes his mistake, he rushes to pay, but it's too late and he's sent to the principal's office for stealing. Can Billy make up for his poor judgement? Can he live life with less junk food and more movement? Can he become Billy Burger, Model Citizen?! This humorous example of the man vs. self conflict features a glossary, discussion questions, and writing prompts, making this a great high-interest pick for libraries.