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Brain Freeze! (DC Super Friends: Step into Reading: Step 2)

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The city of Metropolis shivers when it feels Mr. Freeze's icy touch. But never fear: BATMAN, SUPERMAN, and the rest of the DC Super Friends will melt this coldhearted villain's frosty plans! This Step 2 Step into Reading book is easy—and fun—for boys ages 4 to 7 to read.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published May 11th 2010 by Random House Books for Young Readers
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Super hero book for beginner reader. My 5 yr old read it just fine, in fact it was pretty easy. And I have three boys, so I am tired of superhero books, but I figure I still have many superhero books to go. At least my kid is reading. :)

Added note: Read this one again recently, now that my son is reading a lot on his own. This says a level 2 reading book, but it isn't anywhere close to the level of any of the other level 2 books we've read, much too easy. It's at least a level 1 reading book if
Jennifer Warrick Davis
I recently bought this book for my 6 year old son in a collection of books.
He loves it.

A new computer is being set up in Metropolis that will control everything. It is called The Brain and it will run the trains, traffic lights, water supply, and the power. Superman is there to turn the Brain on. Mr. Freeze decides the town needs a Brain Freeze and fire his ice cannon which freezes the new computer solid. Everything in the city stops working. Superman, Flash, Cyborg, and Green Lantern work tog
Alexander The Triumphant
In this book, at the beginning the superheroes and someone talking and then Superman pulls the switch that turns on the brain. And Mr. Freeze wants to give the person who was talking brain freeze. Mr. Freeze is a bad guy and he fires his ice cannon. And the brain is frozen solid. The powers go off. The city's water stops running, and the trains speed out of control. Superman and the Flash zoom into action. Superman stops the train. The Flash helps the riders. Cyborg tells the cars when to stop. ...more
My nephew liked this story. He owns a Mr. Freeze action figure, so I think reading this really made his little wheels turn as he though up new scenarios in which his Mr. Freeze may find himself captured by his superhero action figures. My nephew didn't offer me any particular opinons about this book, but he did ask me to read it again, so I know he really did enjoy it.
For a four-year-old boy this book is great. Superman, Batman, Robin, Green Lantern, Cyborg, and The Flash all in one book. Sure the plot was lame but it is less obnoxious because of the happy child pointing out what he finds exciting on each page. Bonus: fast to read.
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J.E. Bright is the author of more than ninety novels, novelizations, non-fiction books, novelty books, and interactive apps for children, young adults, and adults. He lives in the Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights with his cats Mabel and Bernie.
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