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I’m Batman… No, I’m Batman… No, I’m Batman… No, I’m Batman…

My boys have been saying that to each other around the house the past few days, I think they do it to get on my nerves more so than trying and “top” one another with that deep Batman voice! My nine-year-old is excited for the release so we have a date this weekend to see the new LEGO Batman Movie, are your kids looking forward to seeing it?

Scholastic LEGO Batman Books

Scholastic sent me several of their new LEGO Batman Movie Books along with 2 yet to be released titles! My son was excited for the Junior Novel, he loves to read books to go along with movies. He does need to finish it if he wants to see the movie this weekend, though… that will give him a bit of motivation to get it finished! How do you motivate your kids to read more?

Scholastic’s The LEGO Batman Movie Books:

The LEGO Batman Movie: Batman’s Guide to Being Cool by Howie Dewin

Are you ready to stalk the night, fight crime, defeat your greatest enemy, and find a crime fighting partner who is almost as awesome as you are? If you answered “yes,” then this is the guide for you! Discover your inner cool with help from Batman, the coolest Super Hero in all of Gotham City and, yes, the universe.

The LEGO Batman Movie: I’m Batman! The Dark Knight’s Activity Book with Stickers by AMEET Studio

An activity book with stickers based on the animated film! Starring Batman, Robin, Batgirl and more, the Dark Knight’s Activity Book is part sticker book, part activity book, all Batman!

The LEGO Batman Movie: Robin to the Rescue! by Tracey West

An early reader based on the animated film, starring Robin! When the boy wonder teams up with Batman, no one can stand in the way of this dynamic duo. Featuring full-color images from the film!

The LEGO Batman Movie: The Joker’s Big Break by Michael Petranek

An 8×8 storybook based on the animated film, starring the Joker! Find out what happens when the Clown Prince of Crime takes on Batman. Featuring full-color images from the film. Plus, includes one page of stickers!

The LEGO Batman Movie: The Junior Novel (Movie Tie-In) by Jeanette Lane

The official junior novelization based on the animated film! Includes 8 pages of color photos from the movie. When the Joker hatches a new plan to take over Gotham City, Batman will have to learn how to make new friends and work as a team or risk the city descending into chaos!

And these two books will be released on February 28:

I’m Batgirl by Tracey West

An early reader based on the animated film, starring Batgirl! When Batgirl and Robin team up with Batman, no one can stand in the way of this team. Featuring full-color images from the film. Plus, includes one page of stickers!

Being Batman by Michael Petranek

An 8×8 storybook based on the animated film, starring Batman! Find out how Batman took on the Joker, featuring full-color images from the film. Plus, includes one page of stickers!

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Which LEGO Batman Movie Book do you think your child would like to read first?


LEGO Batman Movie Giveaway:CLOSED


LEGO Batman Book Giveaway

5 readers will receive a copy of all 7 The LEGO Batman Movie Books {$49.95}. Titles include; Batman’s Guide to Being Cool, I’m Batman! The Dark Knight’s Activity Book with Stickers, Robin to the Rescue!, The Joker’s Big Break, The Junior Novel, I’m Batgirl and Being Batman. See form for Entry Details. Open to U.S. residents. You must be 18 years old to enter to win. This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on 2.22.17

All entries will be verified. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. The winner will be chosen randomly through Giveaway Tools and contacted via email. A reply to the winning email is required within 48 hours before a new winner is chosen. Void where prohibited by law. One person entering per household, please. The Review Wire is not responsible for shipment of prize.

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18 Comment

  1. Julie Lundstrom
    February 9, 2017 at 7:08 pm

    I try to buy books that my kids are interested in to help them want to read. I also set aside 30 minutes were we just read together everyday.

  2. Renee Rousseau
    February 9, 2017 at 7:39 pm

    My best parenting tip is to start reading to them at birth and always read the author’s and illustrator’s names. My daughters could recognize illustrators at a very young age.

  3. Edye
    February 10, 2017 at 10:58 pm

    I say lead by example. Try and find books to read with your kids :]

  4. Sarah
    February 11, 2017 at 6:15 pm

    When a kid doesn’t want to read, books featuring their favorite characters really do work! I started my family reading with the kiddie books put out for “The Dark Knight Rises.” Now he reads chapter books like Jedi Academy.

  5. Savannah Hadden
    February 12, 2017 at 5:08 am

    I try to find books I feel would grab his attention, books about stuff he is in to. I also have do no devices time so that helps him pick up a book when he is bored.

  6. Wehaf
    February 12, 2017 at 7:59 am

    I suggest offering a large variety of books (including graphic novels, visual guides, etc.) covering topics that interest the child. Sometimes a child who “doesn’t like to read” will pick up a comic book when nothing else looks good!

  7. mrsshukra
    February 13, 2017 at 1:29 am

    Incorporate music with reading!

  8. Samantha Wagner
    February 15, 2017 at 11:07 pm

    We go to the library and he picks out books that he wants to read. We also make it a game sometimes and see how much he can read in a certain amount of time.

  9. Brooke Allen
    February 16, 2017 at 4:55 am

    Both of my kids like to read, so I don’t know how to get a reluctant reader to read. We have always been a reading family, so I think that has something to do with that.

  10. Joy
    February 20, 2017 at 2:48 pm

    My best tip on how to get a child who doesn’t like to read, to pick up a book is to have books available to them that have topics they would enjoy reading about.

  11. Jennifer H.
    February 21, 2017 at 4:52 pm

    We try to make reading fun. We add in voices to the characters.

  12. Laurie Emerson
    February 21, 2017 at 10:32 pm

    I like to make it fun to read for my son and daughter. Every Saturday we go to the library and everyone picks out 2 books. After we go to get ice cream. They look forward to going each week and finding new books to read and share with each other.

  13. Becca A
    February 21, 2017 at 11:07 pm

    It really helped me to get my boy into reading when I found things that he liked to actually read including the ninjago series from Scholastic. Our summer our library off of the summer reading program with incentives so it got us into the habit of reading each night for 15 minutes or more!

  14. Jackie
    February 22, 2017 at 7:07 am

    My tip is to take them to the library and let them pick books that would be of interest to them. They might be more excited about reading.

  15. Tami Vollenweider
    February 22, 2017 at 7:31 am

    My idea to make it a fun activity to read was to let my Grand son pick out the book that we wanted to read,to make him feel that he was in charge! Of course most of the time it was the same one,but we were still reading something!!

  16. Jennifer B.
    February 22, 2017 at 9:20 am

    I like to make it fun for my kids to read so we go to the Library and pick out books every week. The kids love getting different books especially my son who is learning to read now!!

  17. Nicole Lancaster
    February 22, 2017 at 11:39 am

    My tip for getting a child who doesn’t like to read, to pick up a book is to take them to the library and pick books that they are interested in. They are more likely to want to read if the books deals with a certain character or theme they are interested in.

  18. Stacey Roberson
    February 22, 2017 at 10:22 pm

    As your children grow, introduce them to books that match their interests and hobbies. Encourage them to find new books on their own to read – something they would enjoy. Make the story interesting by throwing in some adventure.

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