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WWAR (What Would Avengers Read)?

Posted on May 15th, 2012 by Mickie.
Categories: Books, Movies.

Have you seen Avengers yet? By all accounts (especially according to ticket sales and those old fashioned box office votes known as ticket money) this movie is amazing and it is breaking records left and right! To make the movie even COOLER Joss Whedon wrote it! You may know him from such coolness as Dr. Horrible’s Sing-along Blog, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Toy Story, Serenity, X-Men and…need I go on? He is stinking cool. period.

I was also super stoked to see this post on The Hub this week….Maria Kramer took her super powers of library science to make you an Avengers’ Reading List! As in WWAR (What Would Avengers Read)?

Sure, the Avengers have been taking names and smashing box office records, but here’s the big question: what would members of this superteam read in their free time? Wonder no more!

She took each character and picked out a book for him/her based on that hero’s interests, personality and ability. Cleversauce!

So read the post, pick your favorite character and then check out his/her book.  Then you can let me know what you think! Was it a good match? What book would you choose for your favorite hero?





Comment on May 23rd, 2012.

I love Hawkeye! Do you have books about him and the actor?


Comment on May 31st, 2012.

This is a little out of topic but…How do you log in how many hours in the reading program?


Comment on June 3rd, 2012.

You can log hours by stopping into the library or by logging on to our website–just scroll down a bit to the summer reading program icons and click your age group. Happy reading!


Comment on June 3rd, 2012.

We don’t have any on him, but we have lots of avengers books coming in! I didn’t find any books on Jeremy Renner (who plays Hawkeye) but we have lots of his movies like Mission Impossible, The Hurt Locker and 28 Weeks Later…

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