Top 10 Superpowers Books

    Super Manny Stands Up!
    5.5
    #1 in Series
    01
    Super Manny Stands Up!
    Written by Kelly DiPucchio & illustrated by Stephanie Graegin
    The Day I Lost My Superpowers
    5.5
    02
    The Day I Lost My Superpowers
    Written by Michael Escoffier & illustrated by Kris Di Giacomo
    Even Superheroes Have Bad Days
    5.5
    03
    Even Superheroes Have Bad Days
    Written by Shelly Becker & illustrated by Eda Kaban
    The Star Thief
    5.3
    04
    The Star Thief
    Written by Lindsey Becker
    Super Hair-o and the Barber of Doom
    5.3
    Graphic Nov.
    05
    Super Hair-o and the Barber of Doom
    Written and illustrated by John Rocco
    Supertruck
    5.3
    06
    Supertruck
    Written and illustrated by Stephen Savage
    Eliot Jones, Midnight Superhero
    5.3
    07
    Eliot Jones, Midnight Superhero
    Written by Anne Cottringer & illustrated by Alex T. Smith
    Even Superheroes Make Mistakes
    5.1
    Series
    08
    Even Superheroes Make Mistakes
    Written by Shelly Becker & illustrated by Eda Kaban
    Dylan the Villain
    5.0
    Graphic Nov.
    09
    Dylan the Villain
    Written and illustrated by K. G. Campbell
    Bedtime for Batman
    4.8
    Series
    10
    Bedtime for Batman
    Written by Michael Dahl & illustrated by Omar Lozano

Children and adults are enchanted and fascinated with superheroes. Superheroes have long been a popular storytelling category, but after a time of niche stardom, they are again in the limelight. From new heroes to retelling of classic superhero stories, children's books offer an exciting entry point into the universe of superhero literature for your super reader. We've gathered the very best superhero stories for kids on this list. From heroes to villains, these books are overflowing with supernatural powers! These books have it all: characters with super strength, super speed, invisibility, mind reading, flying, and many more superhuman abilities. Your little one is going to be inspired and wondering what their own secret powers could be, all while falling in love with reading from these fantastic books. We cover three different book types on the list: board books, picture books, and chapter books, and the list can be filtered by each type. The list also includes a table of contents pointing to specific subcategories, like superpowers and adventure, superpowers and friendship, and more. Some stories are just plain fun, many have wonderful messages, but all of them are SUPER! Let us know what books you would add to the list.

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