Good Morning, Superman! (DC Super Heroes) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-20 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 5 user ratings

"A little boy imagining he is Superman goes through his morning routine to get ready for the day.

Each of the pages in this is split with an illustration of Superman in one part and the little boy in the other part doing what is described (for example, "Duty calls" depicts Superman facing off against villains in the city and the little boy swoops into the bathroom). Tackling everyday routine chores like they are superhero actions is a great way to get things done. I'm just not sure if kids will get the parallels in the text and the two sets of illustrations.
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"I stumbled upon this book at work, read it, fell in love, and decided to plan one of next month's storytimes around it! This book is so sweet, it literally caused me to log into GoodReads for the first time in months!

It's a simple "morning routine" picture book. The thing that makes it special is that it has lots of comic book elements laid out in a way that's easy for young children to follow. The main character is an unnamed boy who goes through his morning tasks as if he himself is superman. Even though the child doesn't have the same color skin as Superman, it doesn't stop him from imagining he and his sister as Superman and Supergirl. After completing essential morning tasks (using the restroom, getting dressed, eating breakfast, brushing teeth, and more), with a single bound, our little protagonist is off for a day full of adventure!
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"This pairs with Bedtime for Batman, both picture books for people who are buying into the superhero craze. People will appreciate that while Superman and Supergirl are as lily white as ever, brother and sister here are African American. Bound to be popular, and, as I said in reviewing the Batman book, better than the dreadful 8X8 books or even the superhero beginning readers, if you insist on reading these books with your little kids. I personally prefer Max, or Atomic Ace: He's Just My Dad as superhero stories, but you can't buy ten tons of crappy tie in products with those books, so parents will doubtlessly head for the brands they recognize." said.

" Adorable getting-ready-for-the-day book! " said.

" It's a great book, but seriously...why do the female superheroes STILL wear skimpy clothes, even in freaking picture books??? " said.

" Any kid (or parent) that likes Superman will enjoy this little picture book. " said.

" This series is super cute. I love the first one "Bedtime for Batman" in which the duties of Batman and a little boy getting ready for bed are compared. This entry of course is the opposite, a little boy getting ready for the start of his day. It's inspiring to see that the author makes the routine of the ordinary seem "super". Great story time book. " said.

" Delightful! This is a companion book to last year's "Goodnight, Batman" and is as wonderful. It's written in a soothing tone like "Goodnight Moon" which it is obviously emulating. The illustrations show Superman and the little boy doing the same things such as "when duty calls" Supe sees trouble he must attend to while the little boy has to go potty and when Superman faces Lex Luther, "his greatest fears", the little boy faces his toothbrush. Any little Superman fan will adore this! " said.

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