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Review: Anne Frank’s Diary: A Graphic Adaptation

Image of Book Cover Anne Frank's Diary A Graphic Adaptation

Anne Frank’s Diary is just one person’s account of the Holocaust, but it’s an account that many people can relate to.

Review: ‘Ironheart Vol. 1: Those With Courage’

Riri Williams has emerged from Iron Man’s shadow with her own solo series, the first six issues of which are now available in trade paperback collection.

Review: My Hero Academia Volume 1-5

Izuku Midoriya has always wanted to be a superhero, but without a “quirk,” it seems impossible, until a fateful encounter with No. 1 Hero All Might changes his life forever.

Review: ‘Rocket to the Moon’

This summer, I’ve been enjoying reading the plethora of literature about space, space travel, and of course the famed 1969 Moon Landing. I’ve read picture books and chapter books, but one of my favorite reads, I haven’t yet shared with any of them!

Review: They Called Us Enemy

I have been looking forward to the publication of this graphic novel for a very long time. It did not disappoint in the least bit.

Review: ‘Sea Sirens: A Trot & Cap’n Bill Adventure’

An old L. Frank Baum novel resurfaces as the inspiration for a new underwater adventure by Amy Chu and Janet K. Lee

Review: ‘Spider-Man Swings Through Europe’

In this unique kinda sorta adaptation of the new Spider-Man movie, Calliope Glass, Andrew Kolb and Spidey give kids a tour of Europe…or at least the parts of Europe the film is set in.

Review: ‘Marvel Action: Spider-Man: A New Beginning’

In Marvel Action: Spider-Man, one of the new Marvel comics from IDW, Delilah S. Dawson and Fico Ossio give readers three times the regular dose of spider-themed heroes.

Review: ‘Teen Titans: Raven’

In the latest offering from DC Comics’ new YA-focused imprint, author Kami Garcia joins artist Gabriel Picolo to reintroduce Teen Titan Raven as a teen with a past so mysterious even she doesn’t know it…yet.

Review: ‘Archie: 1941’

Mark Waid and company take Archie back to the year of his creation for a serious period piece in Archie: 1941