Tiny Titans, Volume 1: Welcome To The Treehouse
  • Tiny Titans, Volume 1: Welcome To The Treehouse
  • Tiny Titans, Volume 1: Welcome To The Treehouse
ISBN: 1401220789
EAN13: 9781401220785
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 10, 2009
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 10" L x 7.2" W
Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

You'll see what life is like for the very young heroes of Sidekick Elementary and learn what could go wrong when the kids of Sidekick Elementary spend an afternoon in the Batcave in this new graphic novel.

These all ages tales from the DC Universe, beautifully written and illustrated by Art Baltazar and Franco, will entertain new readers and seasoned fans of comics.

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   I purchased it bc the kids love to read
My child loves this book. I bought it because the kids love to read and we are a comic book kind of family, but I wanted my little one to get into reading. I thought he might like this one because they were based around the same age as him, and I picked it. He read it in one night after I got this package. My child is 6 years old. I will be collecting this series for him now, because this book makes me happy. I'm one happy mom. It is!
   Kids love it!
My daughter is 6 years old. It was a good way to get to reading more. She might have thought that reading was boring, but she keeps a comic book in her car and in her house. She's reading the stuff we have at the house. The humor in other comic books was too grown up. I have to read about super heroes. I'm getting asked a lot of questions. That's right. Too enjoyable.
   Very dated storyline and characters
The book was good quality. The book is reviewed in this way. We have a 5 yo. The characters were stereotypically female. Many of the jokes need a deep knowledge of the super hero universe and fall flat to people who have never read a book before. I was embarrassed to read it to my son. Ultimately will not finish reading it.
   Aw yeah, Titans!
My kids are big fans of the dc super hero universe created by Art Baltazar. They love the feel of a comic book.
   Wouldn’t purchase again. Actually might just throw away.
I bought this for my 5 yo who is starting to like comic books. It is so dumb. The stories end abruptly? It makes no sense at all. There were no storylines. I'm not a fan of some of it and it's called " you' re stupid" " idiot"
   Not worth the money.
Without a storyline, the book is really dumb. And expensive. Go for GMan instead of Zeta. The series is not funny.
   love reading this to my 6 year old at night ...
My 6 year old loves reading at night. The books are divided into short stories about 2 to 5 pages. It is good before bed. He is starting to read in school, so he takes a break and reads it. It's not a big deal that the print is a little bigger to make it easier to read.
   A Great Way to Get Into Comics
Birthday presents are always given away with a couple copies of TinyTitans in the house. I did a presentation about comic books for my daughter's class and the kids loved them. They were familiar with the show and were excited to see that they were in the book. It's a great way to get some reading time, but have fun doing it. It's a great first comic book for kids and Art Baltazar's art is fun. I' ve been following Art and Franco's books since the days of Patrick the Wolf Boy and couldn't be happier that they' ve been so successful.
   My 6-year-old loves Art Balthazar'a work (and we love it for him)
My 6- year- old loves art. We have purchased all of his books. The illustrations and writing are entertaining. Our son is in the first grade and reading at a level 3. We help him with some of the words that are in the books. He's so engaged and enjoys reading that he has real incentive to sound out most of the words that he doesn't know.