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Marvel Avengers

Author : Alan Cowsill
ISBN : 1465430016
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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A colorful, alphabetical guide to the Avengers universe provides a plethora of facts--including their powers, weaknesses, enemies and origins--about the Marvel characters known as the Avengers, including Wolverine, Iron Man, Thor and Captain America.

The Avengers

Author : Alan Cowsill
ISBN : 1405356944
Genre : Avengers (Fictitious characters)
File Size : 40. 96 MB
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From the Incredible Hulk to the invincible Iron Man to the amazing Spiderman, all 200 characters who have made up the The Avengers, the world's mightiest Super Hero team are included in this ultimate character encyclopedia. Discover all about the Avengers' action packed history since 1963. Find out about each member of the Avengers with detailed facts, stats, character histories, their allies and their enemies. Created in full collaboration with Marvel Comics and packed full with original comic book art this encyclopedia is essential reading for all super hero fans!

The Avengers

Author : Scott Beatty
ISBN : 0756690250
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 39. 98 MB
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Young comic fans can now learn everything there is to know about Marvel's very first superhero team, the Avengers, in a book that is filled with comic book art and stories about the squad that includes Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and Hawkeye.

Dc Comics

Author : Brandon T. Snider
ISBN : 0756682614
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
File Size : 26. 24 MB
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Presents profiles of the heroes and villains from the DC Universe.

The Marvel Comics Encyclopedia

Author : DK Publishing, Inc
ISBN : 075662472X
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
File Size : 62. 81 MB
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The most comprehensive A to Z, one - volume guide to the Marvel Universe ever published, The Marvel Encyclopedia contains details of more than 1000 wonderful characters, from world - renowned Super Heroes like Spider - Man and the X - Men, to the very strange indeed, like Ego, the Living Planet. Written by a team of Marvel experts and packed with spectacular images by Marvel's greatest artists, the Encyclopedia also includes a decade - by - decade history of Marvel Universe highlights, illustrated with classic covers.

Spider Man Character Encyclopedia

Author : Daniel Wallace
ISBN : 1465415742
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 84. 21 MB
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Debuting in 1962, Marvel Comics' Spider-Man is one of the world's best-loved and universally recognized heroes. A spectacular star not only of comic books but of movie blockbusters and TV shows, too. This title profiles more than 200 timeless Spidey characters in alphabetical order. Packed with original Marvel artwork and fascinating data, it's a scintillating introduction to the Web-Slinger's amazing, adventure-filled world.

Marvel Absolutely Everything You Need To Know

Author : Adam Bray
ISBN : 1465452621
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packed with fun facts, bizarre-but-true tales, and quirky insights into everyone's favorite Marvel comic characters, including The Avengers, Spider-Man, and Daredevil. little-known facts and information about the iconic Marvel characters.

Marvel S The Avengers Encyclopedia

Author : Dk Publishing
ISBN : 1465437894
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
File Size : 47. 22 MB
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The most comprehensive single volume ever published on Marvel's premier Super Hero team, Marvel's The Avengers Encyclopedia is an expansive encyclopedia detailing the genesis of the team and its individual heroes and foes. Explore the origins and powers of more than 250 characters and 40 teams and lineups including fan-favorites such as Captain America and Black Widow. Discover twenty of the most significant storylines in The Avengers' history and see prominent characters, such as Iron Man and Thor, explored in impressive detail, with special features including a lineup of Iron Man's many suits and all the characters who have wielded Thor's hammer. Structured in a fun and accessible way and packed with fantastic comic book art, Marvel's The Avengers Encyclopedia is a must-have guide to Earth's Mightiest Heroes. © 2015 MARVEL

Fantastic Four

Author : Tom DeFalco
ISBN : 0756611733
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 37. 63 MB
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Explores the history of the Fantastic Four comics, describes and illustrates the characters and their super powers and examines some of the story lines of the series.

Children S Play Pretense And Story

Author : Susan Douglas
ISBN : 9781317814870
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 22. 29 MB
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At the heart of this volume is the recognition that children’s engagement with play and story are intrinsically and intricately linked. The contributing authors share a passionate interest in the development and well-being of children, in particular through their use of imagination and adaptation of the everyday into play and stories. Following these principles, the volume explores the connections between play, story, and pretense with regard to many cultural and contextual factors that influence the way these elements vary in children’s lives. In a departure from earlier collections on play and story, the authors take a particular focus on normative as compared with atypical development. This collection begins with an approach to understanding the developmental relationship between play and story, which recognizes their similarities while acknowledging their differences. Much of the collection addresses pretend play and story in children with autism spectrum disorder, an understudied but important group for consideration, as these dimensions of their lives and development have often been considered problematic. The volume also includes sections on play and story in classroom settings and play and story across cultures, including non-English-speaking environments such as Israel, Romania, China, and Mexico. It concludes with a discussion of how play differs across sociocultural and economic contexts, making a unifying claim for the importance of play in children’s lives but also calling for an understanding of what play means to very different groups of children.

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