100 Scope Notes
September 30, 2022 by Johanna
Recently announced deals for graphic novels, second half September 2022.
April 13, 2022 by J. Caleb Mozzocco
In Corey R. Tabor's Sir Ladybug, the chivalrous insect and his friends embark on a quest to save a caterpillar from a monster—but it's not going to be as easy as it seems to save the day. After all, monsters gotta eat too.
August 17, 2021 by J. Caleb Mozzocco
In The Accursed Vampire, cartoonist Madeline McGrane sends kid vampire Dragoslava and pals hunting for an evil witch's lost spell book, but what they find instead might be...a family?
April 16, 2020 by Johanna
The historical humor series doubles in length with two new volumes.
July 18, 2012 by Esther Keller
The Clockwork Girl, a fantasy-adventure for middle school readers, originally ran as a six-issue comic. Arcana Studios collected those issues into a single volume in 2008, which is now being reprinted through HarperCollins. As its publishing history suggests, The Clockwork Girl continues to find new audiences among readers looking for a fanciful yet heartwarming tale. […]
May 23, 2011 by Katherine Dacey
The Reading Pile is back this week with an eclectic assortment of titles that run the gamut from video-game tie-ins (Mega Man) to fairy-tale spoofs (Beauty and the Squat Bears) to sports manga (Cross Game). As always, we encourage you to join the discussion by telling us what kid- and teen-friendly titles are on your […]
November 29, 2008 by Eva Volin
I have to confess. I am not handy. I don’t enjoy building things or using tools. I have no desire to hang out in workshops or garages, smelling sawdust or organizing wrenches. The worst part of owning my own home is not having a landlord to call when something breaks. So imagine my surprise when […]
100 Scope Notes
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