[This is Black Panther] is the newest member of the World of Reading series, stories that are written to provide “emerging readers,” between pre-kindergarten and Grade 1, “with books that inspire and excite them, featuring characters they love.”
A Level 1 reader, [This is Black Panther] builds upon Level Pre-1 readers with word repetition and simple text beyond simple, short sentences.
And in 232-words (even shorter than this comment), [This is Black Panther] shares with readers a condensed origin story of the character, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, that excites and draws links to other readers through the Marvel Universe.
[This is Black Panther] teaches courage, justice, and social responsibility.
Prince T’Challa wishes to be like his father, T’Chaka, the King of Wakanda and the Black Panther.
The mantle of the Black Panther is passed down from warrior to warrior for generations in the hidden African Kingdom of Wakanda. While the suit makes its wearer bulletproof, it is the heart and wits of the Black Panther that makes the difference.
One day, the super-bad guy (Ulysses) Klaw attacks T’Challa’s home and hurts his father very badly. But T’Challa knows what he must do.
“T’Challa will avenge his father. He will become Black Panther.”
(My son, it is your time.)
Burning with righteousness, T’Challa confronts and overcomes all obstacles.
T’Challa’s mother Ramonda then makes him the new king.
(With great power comes great responsibility)
But King T’Challa knows that Klaw’s defeat was just one test out of many. The next test waits for him beyond Wakanda. The Black Panther must protect the world.
This is the hero.
This is the legend.
This is the king.
This is the Avenger.
This is Black Panther.
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