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The power of kindness —Merberg, Julie, author.

Batman shares his cool tools with Robin. Wonder Woman teaches Wonder Girl how to use a magic lasso. Aquaman cares for the creatures in the sea. Green Lantern will rush off to help any member of the Corps who is in troubl...

My first book of girl power —Merberg, Julie, author.

My First Book of Girl Power introduces young fans to a range of exciting role models. From Nubia, Wonder Woman's brave Amazon sister to Jessica Cruz who uses her power ring to help others, to Super Girl who uses her supe...

Diversity is a superpower —Merberg, Julie, author.

Superman and Supergirl come from the planet Krypton, and they can fly. Aqualad and Aquaman can breathe underwater. Beast Boy is green and Starfire is orange. And Cyborg has robotic body parts. All of DC's super heroes ha...

In the garden with Van Gogh —Merberg, Julie, author.

Set against the backdrop of well-known works by the artist, Vincent Van Gogh, rhyming text tells a story from the artwork.

Animals in art —Merberg, Julie, author.

"Introduce your child to beautiful fine art and basic concepts at the same time! Animals in art features Edouard Manet's sweet dog, Edgar Degas's famous horses, and Henri Rousseau's familiar monkeys, along with many othe...

My first Jewish baby book : almost everything you need to know about being Jewish from afikomen to zayde —Merberg, Julie, author.

Introduce little ones to the delicious foods, meaningful rituals, lively holidays, and expressive language of their people. Clever illustrations and simple rhyming text provide a fun first taste of Jewish culture. -- Bac...

The big book of girl power —Merberg, Julie, author.

"All of DC's super heroines have amazing superpowers. Find out where these unstoppable women come from, how they got their incredible abilities, and what they do to keep the world safe."--Publisher description.

Dancing with Degas —Merberg, Julie, author.

Provides a simple introduction to French artist Edgar Degas and his pastel paintings of ballerinas.

Sunday with Seurat —Merberg, Julie, author.

Set against the backdrop of well-known works by the artist, Georges Seurat, rhyming text describes a variety of activities that fill one day, beginning at the shore and ending with a night at the circus.

My first book of feminism (for boys) —Merberg, Julie, author.

Rhyming text presents the argument that girls and boys are equal, offering such lessons as "no means no" and "women's rights are human rights."

The big book of Wonder Woman —Merberg, Julie, author.

"Wonder Woman has been the most popular female super hero for more than 75 years! Smart, powerful and kind, she is also an excellent role model for young girls. This book gives young fans (ages 4 and up) a detailed intro...

Dreaming with Rousseau —Merberg, Julie, author.

Set against the backdrop of well-known works by the artist Henri Rousseau, rhyming text reveals a dream of the jungle and its inhabitants.

On an island with Gauguin —Merberg, Julie, author.

Set against the backdrop of well-known works by the artist Paul Gauguin, rhyming text reveals the way of life in a South Seas island village.

Sharing with Renoir —Merberg, Julie, author.

Set against the backdrop of well-known works by the artist, Auguste Renoir, rhyming text tells of activities two can share, from two friends sharing secrets, to a mother bouncing a baby on her knee, to a girl spending ti...

Quiet time with Cassatt —Merberg, Julie, author.

Set against the backdrop of well-known works by the artist, Mary Cassatt, rhyming text captures the feeling of quiet times, such as a father and son reading side by side, or a mother combing her daughters hair.

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