5 years +: Superhero Books

  • Marvel Avengers Assemble Story Collection - 4 Books - Collection - 9781472381729
    MAVA 5 years +
    5 years +
    (1)
    • £4.00
    • RRP £24.99
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    • Just £1.00 per book
    This four-book collection provides superhero fans with an introduction to the origins of Avengers Thor, Iron Man, Captain America and Hulk.

    Sure to be enjoyed by Marvel fans of all ages, they are presented in a handy slipcase and the set even comes with 20 stickers to decorate the pages.
  • GGAL 5 years +
    5 years +
    • £3.49
    • RRP £7.99
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    The Guardians of the Galaxy made a triumphant return to the big screen this year and this fun book contains over 1,000 stickers of Marvel's cosmic outlaws and their fiendish foes.

    Featuring cool comic book artwork of the likes of Star-Lord, Drax, Gamora, Groot and Rocket Raccoon, this book also contains facts about the characters and their battles as they aim to keep peace in the universe and head off on all kinds of extraordinary adventures.

    The sticker outlines are featured on the pages so children just have to find the right sticker and position it into space. The stickers are also easy to peel and can be used to decorate anywhere else your children want.
  • ALPQX 4 years +
    4 years +
    • £6.29
    • RRP £6.99
    • Save £0.70Save 10.00%
    With an action outfit for every occasion, Traction Man patrols the house. Whether he is saving toys (in latex space suit and Perspex helmet, teamed with Rocket Boots); searching the sink for the lost wreck of the sieve (in sub-aqua suit, fluorescent flippers and infra-red mask) or rescuing damsels in distress (in jungle pants, camouflage vest and a bandanna), Traction Man is never less than stylishly turned out and expertly accessorised. He is the last word in heroic fashion flair - until, that is, the day that he is presented with an all-in-one knitted green romper suit and matching bonnet by his owner's granny. Can Traction Man overcome the humiliation of his desperately dowdy new look and rediscover the action hero within or will the burden of the knitted green monstrosity be too great?