Check Out Marvel Fiction!
We are getting ready for Avengers: Endgame at White Oak Library. Here are some great Marvel reads to get ready for the movie!
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: Squirrel Meets World by Shannon Hale and Dean Hale
Squirrel Girl may not be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe but she is unbeatable. Doreen Green has the power of the squirrels and she has to try to hide her identity and her tail at the same time.
Iron Man: The Gauntlet by Eoin Colfer
Tony Stark is not only a powerful businessman but also Iron Man. While at a eco-summit conference, he begins to question if he has made the world a better place with his technology. He can not help but wonder about this when an old enemy shows up.
Black Panther: The Young Prince by Ronald L. Smith
Teen T’Challa is sent to live as a regular teen in America when his kingdom is placed in danger. T’Challa moves to Chicago with high-tech suit and a vibranium ring, but this won’t save him when the enemy appears to be closer than before.
Rocket and Groot: Stranded on Planet Strip Mall! by Tom Angleberger
Rocket and Groot crash land on a planet filled with strip malls and must fight evil customer service robots. They will have to battle their way out to escape.
Captain Marvel: Higher, Further, Faster by Liza Palmer
Carol Danvers and Maria Rambeau are becoming best friends during their first year in the Air Force. They are fighting to be taken seriously in a world controlled by men.
Miles Morales: Spider-Man by Jason Reynolds
Great book if you have seen Spiderverse. Miles has just suffered after the death of his uncle and must learn how to be Spiderman.
Black Widow: Forever Red by Margaret Stohl
Natasha is working with Shield to kill her old teacher, but as she begins her mission she realizes she has to save a little girl who is trapped in her teacher’s lab.
Thanos: Titan Consumed by Barry Lyga
Thanos believes he can save his own planet, Titan. But doing something so dark and dangerous has everyone believing he is mad. Thanos will try to change the universe for better or worse.
Captain Marvel: Liberation Run by Tess Sharpe
Captain Marvel stops a spacecraft from crashing when she meets Rhi, who was driving the craft. She learned how Rhi’s people have been enslaved and Captain Marvel is going to try to save them.