Flower Power! (DC Super Friends) (Little Golden Book)

Flower Power! (DC Super Friends) (Little Golden Book)

Girl—and flower—power! Wonder Woman and Batgirl team up to stop Poison Ivy in their first-ever action-packed Little Golden Book. Girls ages 2 to 5 will love this all-new Little Golden Book featuring the female superheroes of the DC Super Friends.

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3 thoughts on “Flower Power! (DC Super Friends) (Little Golden Book)

  1. 5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Wonder Woman as a token character, January 8, 2014
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    Rich Ball (Washington, DC) –
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    This review is from: Flower Power! (DC Super Friends) (Little Golden Book) (Hardcover)
    My 3yo loves Wonder Woman, so we bought Flower Power on Kindle and physical Golden Book the day it was published. I wish I’d waited. The story is simple enough, like most modern Golden Books are, in which Wonder Woman and Batgirl chase Poison Ivy through a botanical garden, get attacked by some plants, and catch her in the end.

    The problem is that, despite that the cover art would lead you to believe the story heavily involves Wonder Woman, she may as well be Batgirl’s sidekick. Though both are chasing Poison Ivy, it feels like the story oscillates between forcibly including Wonder Woman (her magical bracelets deflecting cacti thorns that weren’t going to hurt Batgirl anyway, for example) and forgetting her altogether.

    So if you have a little Batgirl fan, this book is for you. If you have a Wonder Woman fan like me, she’ll enjoy seeing her favorite super heroine in action, but won’t get much from the story.

    Parental sidenote: I get that in the old comics Wonder Woman always managed to end up with her hands and feet tied in comic-bondage. Use of that imagery in this book when Wonder Woman is bound, legs pulled apart and chest thrust out, is an homage. However, it’s 2014; can we not empower Diana just a little more? Maybe skip the bondage scene, at least in books aimed at little girls? Thanks, Golden Books.

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    My 4 year old loves it!, January 10, 2014
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    This review is from: Flower Power! (DC Super Friends) (Little Golden Book) (Hardcover)
    Ever since we received this book, my daughter has me read it to her every night!i love the punch lines in it, like the classic super heroes always used and it’s all girl and my daughter thinks it’s awesome!

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  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    More girl super hero books, please!!!!!, February 7, 2014
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    dmws

    This review is from: Flower Power! (DC Super Friends) (Little Golden Book) (Hardcover)
    My 4 year old daughter is really into girl super heros, books about whom are frustratingly hard to find! We got this book 3 days ago, and I think I have read it to her about 20 times already. She keeps asking me, “Do you like this book, can we read it again?”. My only complaint is that books (and other products) about girl super heros for young kids are so hard to find. More, please!!

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