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Trespassers | Review

Trespassers, by Breena Bard, is a meandering mystery featuring a fancy, abandoned lake house and a group of curious kids.

Children in the Holocaust | Mini-Reviews

Two graphic novels about children in the Holocaust provide an introduction to the topic that’s appropriate for young readers.

The Girl From The Sea | Review

Morgan Kwon finds keeping her secret and keeping to her plans get significantly more difficult when a cute selkie comes into her life in Molly Knox Ostertag’s star-crossed love story The Girl From The Sea.

Allergic | Review

Allergic is a story about a girl’s struggle to find a dog that won’t leave her in sneezing fits, but it’s also a story about fitting in.

Banana Fox & The Secret Sour Society | Review

Banana Fox and The Secret Sour Society finds cartoonist James Kochalka in fine form, as he introduces his latest hero, a semi-retired, smoothie-slurping super-sleuth and his flashlight-bearing kid sidekick, Flashlight.

Review: ‘The Witches: The Graphic Novel’

Cartoonist Pénélope Bagieu tackles one of Roald Dahl’s more challenging-to-adapt books, making some significant changes in the process.

Review: ‘She-Ra and The Princesses of Power: Legend of The Fire Princess’

Caleb reviews the new She-Ra graphic novel, which is based on the animated show and stays pretty close to it.

News: Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novel Series Expands

Six more Baby-Sitters Club books and a spinoff series are on the way.

Coming Attractions: Graphic Novels at Book Expo 2019

NYC Book Expo 2019 has come to a close. And while it ran for 3 days, piggybacked by Book Con, at the Jacob Javitz center in NYC, I was only able to attend 1 day. I would have surely enjoyed another day, and would have probably seen so much more, but I thoroughly enjoyed my time there and came home with piles of books to read.

Books in Brief: A Hodgepodge

I’ve been reading such a Hodge Podge of books. There’s no rhyme or reason to what I’m reading. There are review copies coming to my doorstep that interest me and books arriving in new shipments and books I hear about finally available at the library. So here’s a few random titles…