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3 Fun Graphic Novels for Kids

Here are a handful of fun graphic novels my kids (mostly both the 7 and the 12 year old) and I have read and enjoyed recently. Space Dumplins by Craig Thompson. Scholastic, 2015. True confession: this is one my love … Continue reading

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Lowriders in Space

One more late addition to Latin@ week!  Lowriders to the Center of the Earth was a Cybils finalist this year, and I thought I’d read this first Lowriders book while waiting for the second to arrive at my library. Lowriders … Continue reading

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Little Robot

I finally made it to Ben Hatke’s last graphic novel – just in time for his next one, Mighty Jack, to come out on September 6. Little Robot by Ben Hatke. First Second, 2015 This nearly wordless graphic novel follows … Continue reading

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Diversity on the Shelf – June Update

#DiversityontheShelf Challenge Update – 4 #ownvoices book, 3 more diverse reads, for kids, teens & grown-ups. Continue reading

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Cybils Countdown – MG Graphic Novel Finalists

Here’s me trying hard to have read all the Cybils finalists before the winners are announced February 14.  I’m failing in most every category – somehow life never just lets me sit down and read the way I’d like it … Continue reading

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Scratch9: Cat of Nine Worlds

Taking a quick break from my own middle grade speculative fiction Cybils reading to talk about the book I nominated for the elementary/middle grade graphic novel category. Scratch9: Cat of Nine Worlds by Rob M. Worley and Joshua Buchanan.    … Continue reading

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Roller Girl

Here’s a Cybils-nominated graphic novel that I really enjoyed. Roller Girl by Victoria Jamieson. Dial Books, 2015. It’s the summer before middle school, and Astrid is just about to learn what a bumpy ride that will be.  After watching a … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Otis Frampton with Oddly Normal Blog Tour with Giveaway

[Edited 10/30/15 to add] I am updating this to include it in Mother Daughter Books Giveaway Linky Party, and extending the giveaway deadline to 11/3/15.  Please leave a comment to enter the giveaway! And head on over the Mother Daughter … Continue reading

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Nimona and Lumberjanes

Is there a universe where I could read everything I want to that sounds good? Can I live there, please? It took me longer than I wished to get to these (and many other titles) because there’s so much else … Continue reading

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Dragons Beware!

I was very excited to find this on the shelf at my home library on a summer visit with the kids – we all loved the first book, Giants Beware! Dragons Beware! By Jorge Aguirre and Rafael Rosado. First Second, … Continue reading

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