Olive, her brother Goober and friends are back!
Category: Graphic Novel
Did you know that Sherlock Holmes had a sister? Family Comic Friday didn’t either!
Action, Adventure and Laughs await!
Take your family to another plane of existence and excitement!
It’s a little bit funny and a little bit creepy! And 100% fun!
Written by living legend Louise Simonson!
Meet the newest star of the Papercutz family!
A great first graphic novel for young readers!
It’s hailed by scholars, but is it for comics readers? Yes.
Let the cat out of the book!
An intergalactic playlist for the soul.
A Fresh Look at More Civil War Era History from Nathan Hale!
A new universe of fun from Art Baltazar!
Rest Assured- It’s Not a Swamp Thing Reboot!
Trot and Cap’n Bill (the cat) are a great team.
Great ready for all-ages spooky fun just in time for Halloween!
An enjoyable team-up of all your favorite Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys characters!
Introducing Coding to the Next Generation of Readers!
If there is evil in the barrio, Red Panda and Moon Bear will be there!
Everyone is showing off their library stuff at the big event, and this stuff looks cool.
A a delightful little book that will make both kids and parents laugh again and again.
Get a jump on Summer reading with this adaptation. Or share a beloved classic with the next generation in a the easily accessible medium of sequential art! No matter what your reason, this is a book that any reader around the age of 12 or older should encounter today.
When I read and reviewed Newsprints, the opening chapter about the first girl newsie of the Kingdom of Goswing, I was convinced that the story wasn’t over. I kept the faith and was justly rewarded for my patience with this book.
Kitten Construction Company was so much fun! I haven’t laughed so hard at something related to those with nine lives this side of a Youtube marathon of cat videos.
I’ve never seen a more accurate portrayal of prehistoric nature than in this graphic novel. Punches are not pulled, literally! Dinosaurs fight- a lot! They die. They get eaten. They pee!
I’m looking forward to getting my hands on the other book currently out on the market by First Second, Bake Like A Pro! Once I do, that will be a focus in my semi-regular column, Cooking Geeky.
This was a book that I didn’t want to end. It reminded me how 1977-1983 was a great time to be alive. Star Wars was king. Comic books were still considered for ‘all ages’. And while there was still the dangers of drugs and kidnappings and the Cold War, it just seemed far, far away.
The focus of the Peanuts cartoon has always been Charlie Brown and his faithful dog, Snoopy. But the best lines and funniest acts of practical jokes and grumpiness come from Lucy.
Kayla Miller’s new character of Olive is a fifth grader trying to find her way in the world. Now Olive needs to find a way into the young reader in your life’s graphic novel collection!