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Cardboard by Doug TenNapel

Cardboard honestly left me a bit ambivalent. On the one hand, the art is fantastic – lovingly drawn in hues of brown and beige to represent the cardboard theme. 542 more words

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Meteor Men by Jeff Parker, Sandy Jarrell (Illustrations), Kevin Volo (Illustrations)

Meteor Men is a beautifully presented, engaging, and sophisticated graphic novel featuring a perfect marriage of story and art. I was greatly reminded of the movie “The Iron Giant” due to this title’s distinct style, sense of adventure and wonder, underlying message, and appeal for both children and adults. 400 more words

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Can I Tell You about Anxiety? by Lucy Willetts, Polly Waite, Kaiyee Tay

Can I Tell you About Anxiety is a fairly short, pamphlet type mini book meant as an introduction to begin the process of dealing with anxiety issues for a child. 356 more words

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Manga Classics: Pride & Prejudice Softcover by Stacy King (Editor), Po Tse (Illustrations), Jane Austen

Manga Classics: Pride & Prejudice is definitely not intended for Austen fans or for adults. This is meant as an introduction for younger readers to a timeless classic. 425 more words

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How to Draw Dogs, Cats & Horses by Arthur Zaidenberg

How to Draw Dogs, Cats and Horses is a quick, easy to follow, beginner guide to drawing those animals. Originally published in 1959, the information is just as useful today as it was back then. 325 more words

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This One Summer by Jillian and Mariko Tamaki

This One Summer is a moody, atmospheric, and beautifully illustrated slice of life story following a tween girl and her childhood best friend.  Both girls meet up every year at the lake but this year is different – minor events have changed the situation for many of the characters. 543 more words

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