Wonder Woman: An Origin Story

Wonder WomanWritten by John Sazaklis, Illustrated by Luciano Vecchio

Have you ever wondered how Princess Diana became the amazing Wonder Woman? In DC Super Heroes Origins books, the story is revealed from her birth through being sent to Earth to be a champion for peace and justice. The boldly colored cover immediately draws your eye to the book and its over-size adds to its appeal. The text is large print for easy reading and complimented by vibrant and colorful illustrations from DC comic illustrator Luciano Vecchio. The story is action packed and exciting. There are also discussion questions in the back to enhance reading comprehension. I think young readers will be thrilled to get their hands on this large book about larger-than-life Wonder Woman. This book along with the others in this series would make an excellent addition to elementary libraries.

Review by Renee Larsen, Hillside Elementary Media Center
Rating: ★★★★★ (5 stars)
Interest Level: Grades K-3

Wonder Woman: An Origin Story
Written by John Sazaklis, Illustrated by Luciano Vecchio
Stone Arch Books, a Capstone imprint
41 pages
Release Date: January 1, 2015

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