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Nico Bravo, Vols. 1 and 2 | Review

Myths and legends have never been more fun than in the rollicking humorous mythological series Nico Bravo, whic would make even Joseph Campbell laugh out loud.

Review: Kerry and the Knight of the Forest

A boy bringing medicine to his sick parents gets lost in a menacing forest—and finds his way again with the help of an unusual companion in Andi
Watson’s Kerry and the Knight of the Forest.

Review: Banned Book Club

Esther tries something new with a look at ‘Banned Book Club,’ the story of a group of college students in South Korea who are determined to read books banned by their autocratic government.

Review: Maker Comics Draw a Comic

The latest title in First Second’s Maker Comics series is a Maker Comic about making a comic!

Review: InvestiGators

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‘Kitten Construction Company’ creator John Patrick Green sends two goofy gators off to solve a mystery in his new book, InvestiGators.

Review: The Giver

Lois Lowry’s award-winning YA novel The Giver has now been adapted into a graphic novel.

Review: To Kill a Mockingbird

This faithful adaptation of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is an excellent companion to the original novel.

Review: ‘Grand Theft Horse’

More than just another horse story, ‘Grand Theft Horse’ is about one woman fighting the horse racing system for the right to train her horse humanely.

Review: Pandora’s Legacy

‘Pandora’s Legacy’ puts a new spin on the legend of Pandora’s box and sets it in modern times, making this a good pick for fans of Rick Riordan’s ‘The Lightning Thief.’

Review: ‘The Cardboard Kingdom’

“Give a kid a cardboard box….” You’ll often hear parents quip that their child was more interested in the box rather than the new toy. And I know when my groceries are delivered in cardboard boxes, my kids beg me to keep it around. It becomes a house, a bus, and anything their imagination allows. Chad Sell and his many collaborators use this concept to create a rich story about a group of neighborhood kids that allows their imagination and ours to soar.