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Exclusive First Look at ‘Lumberjanes: True Colors’

The girls have just rounded up a truckload of giant clams, Jan has been left in charge of the camp, and Ripley’s starting to wonder what her friends really think of her in this preview of ‘Lumberjanes: True Colors.’

Review: ‘Bolivar Eats New York: A Discovery Adventure’

The sequel to ‘Bolivar’ is a puzzle book in which a young girl goes on a culinary tour of New York City with the dinosaur who lives next door.

Review: Mech Cadet Yu

Though I read these volumes out of order, I really enjoyed the stories. This series is quite different than my “normal” reading, but I’m always thrilled when I can enjoy a title that will be a perfect fit for the boys who come to the library. (And girls too… But this will be an easy sell to the boys.)

Review: ‘Peanuts Dell Archive’

BOOM! Studios resurrects and collects the stories from the old Dell comic books–some by Charles Schulz himself, most of them not–for a new audience in this unlikely addition to the ever-growing Peanuts library.

Review: ‘The Avant-Guards’ #1

The Avant-Guards

A mixed group tries to form a sports team at an all-female drama college.

Review: ‘Hex Vet: Witches in Training’

Hex Vet: Witches in Training

Two apprentice veterinarians for magical creatures work to protect their patients when left in charge of the office.

Review: ‘Lumberjanes: The Infernal Compass’

The Lumberjanes go for their orienteering badges—and are kidnapped by robot butlers.

Review: ‘Alice: From Dream to Dream’

Alice: From Dream to Dream

Alice: From Dream to Dream By Giulio Macaione, English adaptation by Jackie Ball Boom! Studios, $14.99 Recommended for teens and up Macaione makes his US comic debut in this beautifully illustrated graphic novel about forced empathy, having to learn more about others whether we want to or not. That’s a skill that needs more emphasis […]

Review: ‘Fence Volume 1’

Fence

Fence Volume 1 Written by C.S. Pacat, illustrated by Johanna the Mad BOOM! Studios, $9.99 To attract fans of the boys-love sports series Check, Please! and Yuri!!! on Ice, BOOM! has released a manga-like comic about competitive boys at a fencing academy. Nicholas is the scrappy, disadvantaged up-and-comer with natural talent and insufficient training. In […]

Review: ‘Bolivar’

Bolivar header

Bolivar by Sean Rubin Archaia, $29.99 For ages 8 and up It seems lately that there’s been a mini-boom in books about how great New York City is. For the adults, there’s Roz Chast’s Going Into Town: A Love Letter to New York and Julia Wertz’s Tenements, Towers & Trash: An Unconventional Illustrated History of […]