Introduce the young reader in your life to the inimitable, expectation-destroying, glass ceiling-shattering, world-saving female Super Heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, from Captain Marvel and Shuri to Gamora, Black Widow, Nebula, and more, in this beautifully-illustrated picture book aimed at the young reader set. Fans of all ages will be thrilled by this adventure that celebrates the strength, intelligence, and ingenuity of the women who are vital to MCU’s best stories, distilled into a child-friendly package.
My four-year-old daughter loves pretending to be a superhero, but there aren’t many superhero books that feature girls as anything other than love interests, objects to be rescued, or weirdly sexy B-list sidekicks. This book is the exception! It includes fun, cute, healthy illustrations of all of the female superheroes from Marvel’s recent movies alongside little blurbs describing their stories. The writing is just okay, but I don’t mind reading it to my preschooler. I’m not exaggerating when I say that we desperately need this book and more like it.
Pamela Bobowicz grew up in Massachusetts, impatiently waiting for her superpowers to kick in. When she realized she’d never be able to fly (afraid of heights), become invisible (too loud), or be a spy (can’t keep a secret), she moved to New York to become a children’s book editor and writer, and believes she’s been saving the world ever since.
Eda Kaban is currently based out of Oakland, California, but was born and raised in Turkey. Eda is a children’s book illustrator, including of Old MacDonald Had a Truck, which was nominated for the Missouri Building Block 2017 Picture Book Award. Her work has been featured in a variety of publications, and she has worked with many clients including Penguin, Random House, HarperCollins, Chronicle Books, Simon & Schuster, Boston Globe and the Wall Street Journal. Eda loves reading and drawing, and she searches for stories through love, laughter, and observing the people around her. When she is not drawing, she can be found climbing or biking with her husband.