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Kitty Sweet Tooth from First Second

Kitty Sweet Tooth tops this week’s list of new comics, manga, and graphic novels, along with a new biography from Portable Press. Other highlights include Volume 5 of Catwad from Graphix. Scout Comics’ Scoot imprint releases the one shot Create-A-Comic while Tokyopop drops Stitch into the past with the manga Disney Manga Stitch and the Samurai Volume 1.

The List:

ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
World Of Archie Jumbo Comics Digest #108, $7.99

FIRST SECOND BOOKS
Kitty Sweet Tooth HC, $17.99 **Weekly Pick**

GRAPHIX
Catwad Volume 5 High Five GN, $8.99

IDW PUBLISHING
Marvel Action Captain Marvel Volume 2 #2 (Cover A Sweeney Boo), $3.99
Star Wars The High Republic Adventures #3 (Cover A Harvey Tolibao), $3.99

PORTABLE PRESS
Show Me History Albert Einstein Genius Of Space And Time HC, $12.99 **Weekly Pick**

RANDOM HOUSE/DISNEY
Disney Raya And The Last Dragon GN, $12.99

SCOUT COMICS – SCOOT
Create-A-Comic #1 (One Shot), $3.99

TITAN COMICS
Snoopy Come Home TP, $7.99

TOKYOPOP
Disney Manga Stitch And The Samurai Volume 1 GN, $10.99

The Picks:

Kitty Sweet Tooth – First Second serves up an adorable and silly graphic novel for young readers. Kitty Sweet Tooth is a cat that loves going to the movies and eating sweets. When the town’s movie theater Wonder Palace falls on hard times, Kitty jumps in with the idea of serving desserts with movies to create the Taste-O-Rama, a combination movie house and restaurant, where special film screenings are paired with custom-made dishes. But with a mad scientist and a witch working the kitchen, recipes can go awry! On opening night, a magical jelly grows out of control, flooding the theater. It’s up to Kitty Sweet Tooth and her friends to stop it and save the day. Young readers will eat this title up.

Show Me History: Albert Einstein Genius Of Space And Time – Portable Press recounts the life of one of the world’s most famous scientists. Albert Einstein’s theories changed the way we understand and measure time and space. He became a celebrated figure in Germany prior to World War II, but the rise of the Nazi Party forced him to flee the country. He settled in the United States, where his stature in the field of physics lent weight to his advocacy for the development of the atomic bomb. This title starts from his youth in Germany and follows his life to his final years in the US.

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Lori Henderson is a mother of two teenage daughters and an avid reader. She blogs about manga at her personal blog Manga Xanadu as well as contributing and editing for Manga Village. She blogs about all things fandom (mainly Doctor Who) at her other personal blog Fangirl Xanadu. She's been at it so for over 5 years now and counting!

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