Superpowers Book Lists
5 Tips for Writing Magic and Superpowers
Hope and Other Superpowers
Overwhelmed by the news cycle and the state of affairs in our world? Pastor, blogger, and powerful voice in the Resistance, John Pavlovitz has the answer: this rousing and inspirational guide, drawing from lessons of our favorite superheroes, for how we can band together, live more heroically and meaningfully , and save the world. What if you could be the hero? This book—a spirited call to action—shows you how. Drawing from lessons of beloved fictional superheroes, John shows us how to identify our origin story, build protective suits of armor, guard against our personal kryptonite, and vanquish our villains.
Nov 10, AM. I will read for this too. I think magic would count as a superpower - especially if set in a non-magical world.
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A Life-Affirming, Love-Defending, Butt-Kicking, World-Saving Manifesto
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read., This summer, many libraries are celebrating heroes as part of their summer reading theme, so I thought it was the perfect time to round up the wide array of young adult novels about superheroes. These books explore the moral ambiguities that come with superhuman abilities as well as the line between hero and villain, all with lots of action and adventure!
So you saw Wonder Woman in theaters , you read all the think pieces, you've started a fist fight with every straight man in your life, and now you're hungry for more stories about women with powers. Well I have good news for you! Hollywood may be several thousand years behind the times in terms of powerful women, but there have been exciting things happening in the book world for a while now. The classic superhero trope may conjure images of muscular men wearing capes and lying to their girlfriends, but these days we have a few more options. Check out these books about superpowered women, because we can't leave saving the world to the men. Too often, when we see a female character with superpowers, she's lumped in as the token girl in a superpowered team full of dudes.
Is it condescending? And another even more important question: Is there something inherently powerful about being a woman? I believe so. It takes many of us most of a lifetime to recognize our strengths and capitalize on them. A internet poll I ran across recently said that the superpower most often chosen by women is invisibility. The disconnect between the astonishing nature of female power and our reluctance to assert ourselves in the world makes stories about women with superpowers particularly compelling.