Batman ePUB Ê Paperback


  • Paperback
  • 49 pages
  • Batman
  • Scott Sonneborn
  • English
  • 12 June 2016
  • 9781434222589

4 thoughts on “Batman

  1. Courtney Courtney says:

    My son is obsessed with Batman he loves everything about him Batman is needless to say his hero I love reading stories to him such as this one because he learns that not only is Batman a hero but he is also human We see in this short novel that Batman was not able to fight the killer Croc on just his own accord it took him with the help of others to bring down this dangerous criminal When The Dark Knight's weaknesses are exposed it is something that I am able to share with my children as it relates back to them in everyday life No one is invincible everyone has flaws and that is completely okay Batman novels by Super DC Heroes are clean and wholesome I never have to worry about what my child my hear and learn when reading these novels to him they never disappoint and I am always able to say that justice prevails through every trial that the hero must face


  2. Courtney Courtney says:

    My son is obsessed with Batman he loves everything about him Batman is needless to say his hero I love reading stories to him such as this one because he learns that not only is Batman a hero but he is also human We see in this short novel that Batman was not able to fight the killer Croc on just his own accord it took him with the help of others to bring down this dangerous criminal When The Dark Knight's weaknesses are exposed it is something that I am able to share with my children as it relates back to them in everyday life No one is invincible everyone has flaws and that is completely okay Batman novels by Super DC Heroes are clean and wholesome I never have to worry about what my child my hear and learn when reading these novels to him they never disappoint and I am always able to say that justice prevails through every trial that the hero must face


  3. Quinn Rollins Quinn Rollins says:

    My sons now ages 6 and 8 are both big Batman fans and they've been working their way through a series of readers from Stone Arch Books starring the Dark Knight Chapter books that run about fifty pages long with easy to read text large full color pictures and glossaries and discussion uestions they take a character kids love and turn it into a learning experienceKiller Croc is one of my least favorite Batman villains He's all brawn and no brains once a pro wrestler with a weird skin condition that got him nicknamed croc He's nearly impervious to weapons but aside from some super strength that's really all he has going for him He's dumb as a brick and doesn't have a tragic enough backstory for me to care about what happens to him In Batman Killer Croc Hunter he finally does something smart Goodness knows Gotham City has its share of villainy happening all the time and some of that falls into the category of silly villains Characters like Kite Man Polka Dot Man and The Penny Plunderer are costumed crazy but ineffectual bad guys who are obsessed with uh kites polka dots and coins Killer Croc's Big Idea is that he can just follow those idiots around beat them up after they commit their crimes and steal their loot It works well for a while until Batman intervenes during an attack on Kite Man The Dark Knight and the Dork Kite just made that up team up to stop Killer Croc setting an elaborate trap that might take care of their reptile infestation for goodMy boys have liked the other books they've read in this series and have two others upstairs right now The story by Scott Sonneborn is straightforward but with enough red herrings for a book meant for third graders Illustrations by Lee Loughridge follow the style established in Batman The Animated Series and look like they could have been taken from the last seasons of that program It's a classic Batman story and uses the obscure characters like Kite Man and Penny Plunderer to good effectThe appendix includes the Gotham City Police Department profile on Killer Croc real name Waylon Jones biographies on the author and artist and a twelve word glossary for words that might be new to young readers I like the discussion uestions and writing prompts and have used them to talk with my boys about some of the ideas in the bookThese books are simple enough for young readers but interesting and engaging enough for fans of Batman We first discovered them when my older son was struggling with reading and these high interest books hooked him If you've got someone who thinks they don't like to read or thinks they can't give Batman Killer Croc Hunter a try


  4. Ethan Clarke Ethan Clarke says:

    Great book about Killer Croc and he chases down bad guys He robs bad guys


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Batman❮PDF❯ ✮ Batman ❤ Author Scott Sonneborn – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk As a former pro wrestler KILLER CROC bullied his opponents inside the ring As a cutthroat criminal this ferocious freak forces his competition out of town Next on his hoodlum hit list is KITE MAN but As a former pro wrestler KILLER CROC bullied his opponents inside the ring As a cutthroat criminal this ferocious freak forces his competition out of town Next on his hoodlum hit list is KITE MAN but the second rate super villain isn't leaving GOTHAM without a fight He's partnering with Batman the WORLD'S GREATEST DETECTIVE to wrangle up the reptilian rogue and take him down for the count.