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The Greatest Thing | Review

When Winifred’s two best friends transfer to another school her Sophomore year in high school, she is surprised to immediately make new friends.

Lucy in the Sky | Review

Lucy in the Sky, a rewarding read, follows a young teen through a year of change, accompanied by the music of the Beatles.

Science Comics: Spiders: Worldwide Web | Review

Science Comics: Spiders: Worldwide Web has too many overwhelming facts, not enough story or connection to the data.

The American Bison | Review

In The American Bison: The Buffalo’s Survival Tale, cartoonist Andy Hirsch tells the story of the buffalo, a sad story with a happy ending.

Maker Comics: Build a Robot! | Review

Maker Comics: Build a Robot offers surprisingly simple projects thar are not only fun but also introduce basic principles of engineering.

Maker Comics: Create a Costume! | Review

Maker Comics: Create a Costume! guides readers through the creation of five costumes and offers a variety of practical advice as well.

Chef Yasmina and The Potato Panic | Review

In Wauter Mannaert’s beautifully composed, gracefully drawn Chef Yasmina and The Potato Panic, an 11-year-old amateur gourmet chef and her gardener buddies must save the city from an addictive potato product with a curious side effect.

Review: Dungeon Critters

Dungeon Masters Natalie Riess and Sara Goetter roll out a fun campaign mixing comedy, character and careful plotting in their new Dungeon Critters.

Graphic Novels to Watch Out For in 2021

Here’s a glimpse of what next year will look like with cover reveals of three upcoming middle-grade graphic novels.

Review: ‘The Nutcracker and The Mouse King’

Forget Tchaikovsky; cartoonist Natalie Andrewson adapts E.T.A. Hoffman’s original children’s story, the one that inspired the holiday classic, and with dancing linework and cartoon visual vocabulary, she transforms it into a diverting comedy of a fairy tale.