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‘Tis the Season for Giving, Book #5: WONDER WOMAN UNBOUND by Tim Hanley

By Dawn Frederick

Once again, thanks to everyone who has participated thus far! We are now on day #5 of our #TeamRedSofa Book Holiday Giveaway. Today’s book up for grabs is WONDER WOMAN UNBOUND by Tim Hanley.

There’s a good chance many of us are fans of Wonder Woman, to which some of us may have dreamed of owning our own invisible plane or practiced our individual Wonder Woman Spins.

Wonder Woman Unbound

Our question of the day (by which you can comment to enter to win*) is:

What is your favorite Wonder Woman memory?

The winner’s name will be drawn on Wed. December 17th at 5 pm.



The Team of Red Sofa

*The winner will need to reside in the U.S. – we will have some titles available anywhere.

4 Responses to “‘Tis the Season for Giving, Book #5: WONDER WOMAN UNBOUND by Tim Hanley”

  1. Megan-Anne

    I was 7 or 8 when I discovered comics, and gravitated towards female heros. My favorites were golden and silver age Supergirl and Wonder Woman. One day my dad casually said to me that he liked Wonder Woman too, but wishes “she were more realistic. LIke Batman.” I’ll just let that sink in 😉 Despite being sadly reflective of our culture’s view of women in leadership roles, I still laugh every time I think about it.

  2. Veronica

    Wonder Woman’s always been my hero since I was a little girl. I remember trying my hardest to pose my hands just like Wonder Woman did on TV while running the 100 yard dash. I was convinced that this would magically help me run faster, just like her.


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