DC Super Friends: Girl Power! is a board book that introduces young readers to not only Super Girl and Wonder Woman, but also Catwoman and Poision Ivy. Catwoman has stolen jewelry in this one and the superheroes come together to find and bring her to justice. There are flaps to lift in every scene, and while my daughter enjoyed that part of it, it seemed a little young for her.
Each of the characters have a young fresh face, which makes them easy to relate to for young children. The flaps will keep preschool and younger children engaged as their parents read the text to them. But lest you think the male counterparts are not to be seen, the book also includes Superman, Green Lantern, Two-Face, and more. They all work together to fight against injustice and crime, and at the end they celebrate together. Meanwhile, Catwoman is foiled by a fellow villain, Cheetah — which further demonstrates that crime not only doesn’t pay but that there seems to be no loyalty and friendship in it.
DC Super Friends: Girl Power! is a good board book introduction for younger kids, but for those in Kindergarten, the story is a little all over the place and more about introducing characters than a fight against crime.