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Short takes on three middle-grade books with a supernatural flair.
Caleb reviews the new She-Ra graphic novel, which is based on the animated show and stays pretty close to it.
I have a confession to make. I have not read any of the I Survived series. In fact, for a very long time, I resisted buying them for my library, because I thought they were young a little young for middle school. But I caved due to the number of students asking if we had the series. If they asked for it, I thought it would be a good idea to have it. Today, there are many joyous faces when the students find a copy on the library shelves. So when I heard there was a graphic novel adaptation and then got my very own preview, I was thrilled to get a taste of the book.
Six more Baby-Sitters Club books and a spinoff series are on the way.
Esther Keller looks at five graphic novels about navigating the highs and lows of middle school.
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.
Raina Telgemeier's new book is an interactive journal encouraging readers to tell their own stories in comic format.
The popular and acclaimed Witch Boy series by Molly Knox Ostertag will continue!
A new book is announced to follow Sunny Side Up and Swing It, Sunny.
Kristen Gudsnuk’s 'Making Friends' will have a sequel story out next July.