‘My Girl Power Journal’ is full of all kinds of prompts to keep kids occupied and get girls thinking about the things that make them special!
Mother Panic follows a young woman named Violet Paige who takes to the streets in Gotham City to exact revenge on those who wronged her when she was younger.
Who says comics aren’t for girls? The Big Book of Girl Power is a primer for budding DC fans who want to learn more about their favorite characters — and meet a few new ones, too! (A review copy was provided by the publisher.)
Batman Beyond: Rebirth Vol. 1 delivers one heck of a story and it sets up some seriously awesome reveals that will definitely leave readers wanting more!
Bardugo failed to capture the magnetic spirit of a young Diana and was further weighted down by a cast of bland characters and an anxiety-inducing homework assignment deadline of a plot. Wonder Woman: Warbringer crumbled under my heavy expectations for Bardugo and for Diana’s character.
We got the chance to talk with Julie Merberg about Downtown Bookworks’s DC Comics series, the inspiration for the Girl Power line, what she hopes young readers can get out of these books, and more. Read the full interview!
Color Me Powerful is the perfect activity book for young girls looking for a way to express their love of comics and embrace their girl power! (Thanks to Downtown Book works for the review copy.)
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