Posts Tagged: book review

Bats: Learning to Fly is the New, Non-Fiction Graphic Novel That Every Children’s Library Needs

Bats: Learning to Fly is the latest triumph in the fabulous science graphic novel series, Science Comics. Each title introduces young readers to a different topic which is well researched, vetted and approved by a scientific expert. Little Brown Bat

Bats: Learning to Fly is the New, Non-Fiction Graphic Novel That Every Children’s Library Needs

Bats: Learning to Fly is the latest triumph in the fabulous science graphic novel series, Science Comics. Each title introduces young readers to a different topic which is well researched, vetted and approved by a scientific expert. Little Brown Bat

Demon Vol. 2 by Jason Shiga is Gruesome, Demented Fun

* This graphic novel is NOT FOR KIDS. It is meant for mature audiences…who like gory stuff.* Having never read Volume 1 of Demon, I was expecting to have a bit of an issue sinking into Volume 2. Instead, I

Demon Vol. 2 by Jason Shiga is Gruesome, Demented Fun

* This graphic novel is NOT FOR KIDS. It is meant for mature audiences…who like gory stuff.* Having never read Volume 1 of Demon, I was expecting to have a bit of an issue sinking into Volume 2. Instead, I

Find This Book: Painting For Peace In Ferguson

In a time of divisive rhetoric and heartbreaking news stories of racial tensions in the country a book like this serves as a welcome reprieve. Focusing on a positive outcome of the disastrous, tragic events which occurred in and around the

Find This Book: Painting For Peace In Ferguson

In a time of divisive rhetoric and heartbreaking news stories of racial tensions in the country a book like this serves as a welcome reprieve. Focusing on a positive outcome of the disastrous, tragic events which occurred in and around the

Book Review: “Delilah Dirk and the King’s Shilling” is a Smashing, Swashbuckling Graphic Novel Success

We open to a scene in Portugal. Mister Selim, Delilah’s companion is creating a fiery distraction for her courageous rescue attempt. Twenty four pages of action, swoops, sword play and fire follow, welcoming readers to the latest adventure of Delilah

Book Review: “Delilah Dirk and the King’s Shilling” is a Smashing, Swashbuckling Graphic Novel Success

We open to a scene in Portugal. Mister Selim, Delilah’s companion is creating a fiery distraction for her courageous rescue attempt. Twenty four pages of action, swoops, sword play and fire follow, welcoming readers to the latest adventure of Delilah

Sara Varon’s “Sweater Weather”Gives a Peek Into the Creative Process of an Award Winning Graphic Novelist

Sara Varon is no stranger to receiving praise for her books and she should expect another wave for this release. The first eight stories in this set of eighteen was originally published in 2003 with the same name, “Sweater Weather.”

Sara Varon’s “Sweater Weather”Gives a Peek Into the Creative Process of an Award Winning Graphic Novelist

Sara Varon is no stranger to receiving praise for her books and she should expect another wave for this release. The first eight stories in this set of eighteen was originally published in 2003 with the same name, “Sweater Weather.”

“All American Boys” is One of the Year’s Most Important Books. Read It, Share It, Discuss It, Repeat.

If I had a million dollars I would buy cases of this book. Anytime that someone begins a discussion on the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality in the United States, or the current American experience of race I’d hand

“All American Boys” is One of the Year’s Most Important Books. Read It, Share It, Discuss It, Repeat.

If I had a million dollars I would buy cases of this book. Anytime that someone begins a discussion on the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality in the United States, or the current American experience of race I’d hand

3 New Picture Books That Make Great Read Alouds: “The Grasshopper & the Ants,” “Wolfie the Bunny,” and “Elephant in the Dark”

Jerry Pinkney‘s new book, The Grasshopper & the Ants, is the latest in his award-winning series of books based on Aesop’s Fables. Although this is the weakest of the three titles in his series, it is still a visual delight

3 New Picture Books That Make Great Read Alouds: “The Grasshopper & the Ants,” “Wolfie the Bunny,” and “Elephant in the Dark”

Jerry Pinkney‘s new book, The Grasshopper & the Ants, is the latest in his award-winning series of books based on Aesop’s Fables. Although this is the weakest of the three titles in his series, it is still a visual delight