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Meet the X-Men By Clare Hibbert,

  • Title: Meet the X-Men
  • Author: Clare Hibbert
  • ISBN: 9780756619282
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • Featuring some of the most popular characters from the X Men universe, these readers take youngsters on an action packed tour of the world of mutant heroes Full color.
    Meet the X Men Featuring some of the most popular characters from the X Men universe these readers take youngsters on an action packed tour of the world of mutant heroes Full color

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    1. A decently interesting read, all about the different characters in X men My 5 yr old son and I really enjoyed reading this It was his level 2 read to me for the day and he did well Only a few bigger words, but like a good level 2 book, they replicate these words, so by the end of the book, the reader usually has them down I am a comic book collector, so this one was fun for me My son made me try to use Professor X s powers to get him to do his chores, and it worked, slightly I told him I try it [...]

    2. We picked this book up from the public library.This is a great level 2 reading book for those that can read or even for those that are still learning to read In this story we get to meet the different kind of X men that have been created Honestly I didn t know some of these characters so I thought it was impressive that there were new ones that we do not see on the movies or on the cartoon shows K enjoyed seeing the different X men and said he hoped to one day have metal come out of his hands li [...]

    3. Meet the X Men is a level two reader book This book gives a small basic background on some of the most important characters from the X Men Marvel Universe Written in an anecdotal style, each page corresponds to different members of the group Children who have seen the movies will like this introduction Older kids who want to begin reading the comics can benefit from this book as well, the basic background can help them make sense of the plot in the comics especially if they are dropping in and s [...]

    4. Oh boy, so now I know who the X Men are and where they come from My five year old read this to me He enjoyed it quite a bit and took, I believe, a lot of information away from it I found it to be rather a tedious and incoherent read, but I m not the target audience By design it s anecdotal, listing the different characters and what their story and special powers are The vocabulary and proper names are slightly challenging at times, good exercise in sounding out long words These DK readers are gr [...]

    5. This book of fake factoids describe the beloved X Men and their amazing powers With proper teaching to kids, kids can know that, tho no mutant powers exist, there s an X men in all of us.

    6. Tema says, I liked the fighting I liked when my mom read the book It was cool The words were hard to read by myself.

    7. Meet the X Men by Clare Hibbertearly reader about superheroes a large open reader book with simple sentences for early readers about the characters and figures in the x men universe

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