This is the second Giant Days compilation. The kids enjoyed the first one so much, it was pretty obvious I would get the second book.
Artist: Lissa Treiman and Max Sarin (it changed halfway though the book. While the art was noticeably different, it wasn’t distracting.)
Genre: graphic novel, fiction
Length: 128 pages
Setting: Sheffield, and Northampton, England, soon after the events of Volume One Continue reading
I saw this reviewed somewhere and thought Mr. Curiosity might enjoy it. Luckily, our library had it so I requested it.
Illustrator: Lissa Treiman
Genre: YA fiction graphic novel
Length: 128 pages
Setting: a British University, present day Continue reading
I saw this reviewed elsewhere on the web and thought it would be a nice complement to the three March books.
Artist: Nate Powell
Genre: nonfiction graphic novel
Length: 199 pages
Setting: Houston, Texas, 1960s Continue reading
I must have seen this book reviewed somewhere recently, and liked the premise enough to immediately put the book on hold at the library.
Artist: Renee Kurilla
Genre: children’s realistic fiction graphic novel
Length: 120 pages
Setting: a generic University town, present day Continue reading
I happened to see this graphic novel at the library and picked it up. I’m trying to encourage Miss Adventure to enjoy computer coding more, and I thought a graphic novel about it might help.
Genre: middle grade graphic novel
Length: 88 pages
Setting: Stately Academy, present day Continue reading
I happened to see this graphic novel at the library. I remembered enjoying Smile, and figured this would be a safe bet as well.
Genre: fantastical graphic novel
Length: 240 pages
Setting: Northern California, present day Continue reading
I happened to see this book at the library and picked it up. It’s subtitle is “A Ballerina’s Graphic Novel”, which sounded like something different from what we’ve seen in a graphic novel. So, I brought it home from the library.
Artist: Mark Siegel
Genre: memoir graphic novel for children
Length: 64 pages
Setting: mostly New York City, late 1970s to the 1980s Continue reading