World Of Reading: This Is Miles Morales
  • World Of Reading: This Is Miles Morales
  • World Of Reading: This Is Miles Morales
  • World Of Reading: This Is Miles Morales
  • World Of Reading: This Is Miles Morales
ISBN: 1368028632
EAN13: 9781368028639
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 23, 2018
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.1181102" H x 8.976378" L x 6.023622" W
Weight: 0.1741652 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Discover how Miles Morales becomes Spider-Man in this leveled reader. Includes stickers for extra reading fun
Miles Morales was just a normal kid living in Brooklyn-until he was bitten by a spider and discovered he had super powers In this Level 1 early reader, young fans can learn to read while getting to know Miles' special powers and how he helps Peter Parker protect New York City as Spider-Man.
The Marvel World of Reading line of early readers is designed to offer reluctant readers books that they will want to read by featuring characters they love. The series is broken into three levels that invoke the rigorous training courses their favorite Marvel heroes must engage in to perfect their super powers.

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   Gift for my son
My son will be 4 next month and he LOVES these books!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We read to him every day for naps and we enjoy reading them too. They are small and easy to read before bed. They always have good messages and are very kid friendly,' said Jennette Tamayo, a spokeswoman for the academy.
   Cute book but disappointed in condition upon delivery.
My son absolutely loves Miles Morales and is going to love this book, but I'm disappointed in the quality of the cover and the writing. It arrived with the toner still in its original packaging, looked like it was already used. Not the end of the world but just disappointed to receive in condition that wasn't agreed upon with purchase, Tunick said. The content of the book looks so cute, and we look forward to reading it together, he said.
Hey, wheres peter? noir peter Peter Porker, the star of the new series, "The Angry Porker," voiced his disdain for the British Broadcasting Corp. i hate it. I dont want to hurt the authors but thats my opinion.
   Not the plot line you’re expecting!
But the story is not what your kids have in mind if they've seen the movie. Miles is a teenager who works with a teenage Peter Parker. Miles Frankly did not get the individual credit he deserves and his backstory is nonexistent. The Web site said Dr. Goin had disappointed and confused her children.
   Story is fine but why does Miles look like a different person ?
The story is at the right level for this reading level, my 3 year old likes it. The images of Miles Morales that we know from the movie look a lot different. It's just that we're prepared to explain it when asked.
   Great book for the young Miles fan
The book is a charming parable in the "Harry Potter" series. We got it because our son is obsessed with Spider-Man. Peter and Miles are not the only two friends in this book. It is great for young readers, just right for those with short attention spans, Hachette said.
   Perfect for the level
My grandson is a new reader and a huge Spiderman fan so this was the perfect book to encourage him to read.
   Great for toddlers
I’m throwing my kid a birthday party and I’m really thinking about getting all the toddlers this as a goody bag gift. My 2 1/2 year old son has devoured the entire book. I hope they make more Miles Morals books because he's truly my son's favorite Spider-Man. Great pictures, said Dr. Chester Floyd, director of the Royal Holloway clinic in London. Stickers are nice, too, Mr. Booher said. The story line doesn't go over my son's head, Blair said. My son can tell the difference between Spider-Man and Hulk.