Superhero Books for Preschoolers

You’re going to love these super hero books for preschoolers.

The Amazing Adventures of Bumble Bee Boy

The Amazing Adventures of Bumblebee Boy is a sweet story about a little boy who is playing superhero with his toys and his baby brother wants to play too, however, Sam doesn’t want his baby brother to play with him.

  • Includes superheroes and some VERY relatable social skills in the most natural of ways.
  • Good examples of healthy sibling relationships

Even Superheroes Have Bad Days
This book describes all of the things that Superheroes could do when they are having a bad day, like breaking and destroying things, but it shows the reader that instead of being destructive, superheroes do good, productive things to make themselves feel better.

  • Describes what superheroes are and what they can do
  • Has a message about making good choices and turning a bad day into a good day.
  • This book is a bit wordy and doesn’t have a super clear storyline, so it may not be the best choice for toddlers

Elliot Jones Midnight Superhero

Elliot Jones is a very quiet and well-behaved boy. He just sits quietly and colors during the day. That is because he has a secret: Elliot Jones is a superhero at night. He recovers gems for the queen and stops missiles from destroying the planet. Elliot Jones is tired from all his super adventures, so of course, during the day he is a quiet little boy.

  • This is a fun and sweet book.
  • There is no hidden message, just a book written for plain old fun.

Super Rawr!

Dinosaurs + Superheroes. I mean, it doesn’t get any better than that! 

This book is about a dinosaur who comes in on career day and shares with the class that he is a superhero.

  • He explains what superheroes do and how they do it
  • Simply written book
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Let me know what you think of these books and if you have any book recommendations about super heroes, leave them in the comments.


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by emily lawson