Here Comes Redbird! (DC Batman: Batwheels) (Step into Reading) (Library Binding)

Here Comes Redbird! (DC Batman: Batwheels) (Step into Reading) By Random House, Random House (Illustrator) Cover Image

Here Comes Redbird! (DC Batman: Batwheels) (Step into Reading) (Library Binding)

By Random House, Random House (Illustrator)

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The adventure hits the streets when the Batmobile comes to life in this Step into Reading leveled reader inspired by the new hit pre-school animated series Batwheels! Perfect for children ages 4 to 6!

Just like Batman and Robin, Bam the Batmobile and Redwing learn that they have to must work together to put the brakes on Joker and his trouble-causing van, Prank. Based on Batwheels, the hit preschool animated series on Cartoon Network and HBOmax, this full-color Step into Reading leveled reader is a great way for young fans of Batman ages 2-5, the Batmobile and all manner of things that go, to enjoy the show again and again while they learn to read.

Step 2 Readers use basic vocabulary and short sentences to tell simple stories. For children who recognize familiar words and can sound out new words with help.
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Product Details ISBN: 9780593709160
ISBN-10: 0593709160
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: January 2nd, 2024
Pages: 24
Language: English
Series: Step into Reading
"This book will draw children into the story and pique their curiosity to read more. A large amount of sight words strengthen young readers’ confidence, and the pictures are bold, colorful, and full of action.” —School Library Journal