Harper I Can Read Meet the Justice League storybook (2013)

As part of the series of children’s books I Can Read, this issue is titled Justice League: Meet the Justice League. In this story, the team battles the giant alien starfish known as Starro (and its tiny clones) who are taking over the minds of the people of Earth. With the combined teamwork of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Martian Manhunter, and Aquaman, the heroes…

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DC Super Friends Little Golden Book Big Heroes (2011)

Here’s another Little Golden Book featuring the cast of DC Super Friends. In this story, the Super Friends are awarded the key to the city of Metropolis while Lex Luthor plots to destroy the heroes. Luthor succeeds in using a shrink ray on them and the Super Friends try to figure out how to…

Inchworm Press Superman Read-Along Book and Tape Set “Toy Trouble” (1998)

Carrying on the tradition of book and record/tape sets, Inchworm Press produced this one in 1998. Superman: Toy Trouble tells the tale of the dastardly villain Toyman and his “Pocket Locket Patrol Pets” who are out to do Winslow Shott’s bidding… steal! The “Patrol Pets” are tiny robotic turtles who stop at nothing to steal wallets, jewelry, and anything else they can get their metallic hands on.

Stone Arch Books Superman An Origin Story book (2015)

Utilizing the artistic stylings of Bruce Timm, Stone Arch Books published this story book titled Superman An Origin Story. Released in 2015, this perfect bound book tells the story of Superman’s journey from a baby being rocketed to Earth from the dying planet Krypton, to growing up with the Kents, to working at the Daily Planet, and leads to a story about…

Superman Play-a-Sound book (1999)

Here is a Superman Play-a-Sound book published by Publications International, Ltd. in 1999. This book tells a story of Superman’s exploits and features moments that cue the reader to press a button on the electronic sound board below the book. There are three sounds in all: 1) Superman saying “this is a job for Superman.”, 2) a flying sound effect and 3) people saying, “it’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Superman!”

The cover was illustrated by…