Downtown Bookworks Reveals DC Holiday Collection

Downtown Bookworks reveals new titles targeted for 2017’s holiday season.

It’s never too early to think about the holidays—and since it’s already mid-September, the Christmas shopping season is a little more than two months away. Downtown Bookworks knows how the season of giving can quickly sneak up on us, so they’ve already prepared a shopping guide for that special DC fan of yours.

The publisher of the The Official DC Super Hero Joke Book now has a whole slew of other heroic titles geared towards the younger and young-at-heart crowd. Some are educational, and some—like the joke book—are just pure fun and entertainment. What’s even better is Downtown Bookworks’ offerings can be purchased as a gift set like the DC Super Heroes Little Library—making it a perfect under-the-tree surprise.

Do you have an aspiring “super-chef” in the family? Why not give him or her The Official Super Hero Cookbook. Three cookie-cutters are also included so they can make some “super” delicious treats. The selection of books will keep any DC fan busy for hours—whether it’s learning about their ABCs, coloring, or just getting in a few good ribbings at the expense of their favorite characters. Check out Downtown Bookworks’ official press release:

All books are published by Downtown Bookworks.

The Official DC Super Hero Joke Book, The Big Book of Girl Power, The Big Book of Superpowers , DC Super Heroes Little Library, The Official DC Super Hero Cookbook, The Official DC Super Hero Cookbook—Deluxe Edition, and My First Dictionary are currently available for purchase online, at retailers, and wherever books are sold.

The Big Book of Batman, The Big Book of Superman, The Big Book of Wonder Woman, Awesome Activities for Super Heroes, and Color Me Powerful will be available soon. Check Downtown Bookworks and The Fanboy Review for the latest updates on their release.

A special thanks to Downtown Bookworks Editorial/Marketing Associate Sara DiSalvo for alerting us to these new items

About Steve Lam 33 Articles
The first superhero Steve ever saw was Christopher Reeve's Superman in 1978. Steve was only a year old and couldn't really appreciate history being made. Little did he know at the time, the seed was already planted—which would grow into a lifelong obsession with superheroes and comics. Today, Steve also adds science fiction, horror, and movies to his repertoire of nerdy fanaticism. His dream is to one day sell his novel or screenplay.

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