This is Black Panther

BBlack Panther protects Wakanda in the World of Reading (Level 1) book This is Black Panther

The blockbuster Marvel movie Black Panther, made popular by the outstanding performance of Chadwick Boseman is also available as a book for young readers (ages 3 and up) from Scholastic.

This is Black Panther introduces young children to the African superhero, Black Panther, whose duty is to defend the fictional country of Wakanda, located in Africa, a continent with over 50 countries.

Black Panther is a member of a royal African family made up of King T’Chaka, Prince T’Challa and Queen Ramonda. After King T’Chaka is defeated by a thieving villian named Klaw, Prince T’Challa becomes the Black Panther like his father before him.

What is great about this book:

  • It is a story about courage, that tackles issues of loss and standing up for what is right.
  • It teaches lessons about moving on in the face of hardship.
  • It gives children too young to watch the movie, a chance to learn the Black Panther story without the violence featured in the movie.

This is Black Panther is action-packed for little readers, yet its only display of violence – Black Panther’s fight with the thief Klaw, does not glorify fighting, but rather focuses on pursuing the villian to seek justice. A bonus of the book are stickers that children can use to stick on their favorite notebook, computer or backpack.

This is Black Panther is a great story for children who love superheroes, and stories featuring heroes pursuing of justice. Once read, children can officially be a part of the the Wakanda Forever craze!

The book can be found at Target or anywhere books or sold. Books about Black Panther for older children include Black Panther: The Young Prince, Black Panther: World of Wakanda, Marvel’s Black Panther: The Junior Novel, and many more.


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