" Very neat science book. Something my nephews will love, a solid introduction to STEM for young kids. " John Duggan said.
"I really like how this book was laid out. Both graphically and the way the information was presented. Just in the section on flight they break down gravity, if Superman’s cape is like a set of wings, and even how Superman is like, but different from a maple seed. The book is a little bit long, but things are broken up so nicely that the reader can stop and start when they want/need. Topics covered include flight, sight, speed, strength. I think this is a great book to get kids interested in STEM science, while appealing to their desire to be superheroes." Ryan said.
"For children to be amazed at the technological innovations!
This fun and fantastic educational book teaches children about different technological advances by associating them with Superman's powers.
It contains historical information on the practical application of scientific knowledge that result in important advances for humanity. It is not only our children to learn and be well informed, increase their knowledge and culture, but they can visualize the importance of generating knowledge is a collective effort where many people have participated. Accordingly, we can also cultivate the values of cooperation, teamwork, perseverance, contribution, creative application of scientific knowledge, among others, at par the children are astonished at the practical and novel applications of science.
My gratitude to the Publisher and NetGalley for allowing me to review the book" Roger said.
"In an age where it’s become increasingly important to instill more science and math in the younger generation this graphic novel could not have come at a better time. Kids LOVE super heroes so being able to use Superman to showcase the importance of science goes together as perfect as peanut butter and jelly. It’s an enlightening and enjoyable introduction to STEM for the young and young at heart.
The layout was well done with plenty of graphics to capture the visual attention while presenting the information in an educational yet easy to read manner. Using Superman and his powers to explain scientific concepts such as gravity, flight, etc really brings the information to life and makes what could be very dense, difficult to comprehend concepts manageable for a wide variety of age levels.
It’s a bit long for those on the younger end of the spectrum but it is thankfully broken up into smaller sections and topics so you could easily go over it in small bites to avoid attention overload. It is definitely one of those books that you can use in a wide variety of ways and return to time and again without boredom. It’s a must have for teachers and parents particularly if you then watch the latest Superman movies and apply the information from the book to what they see so you can increase the fun. Who says Hollywood can’t be educational? :-)" Tara Sheehan said.