Title: Apocalypse TacoAuthor: Nathan HaleRelease Date: March 26, 2019Publisher: AmuletReview Spoilers: LowGoodReads | Amazon Apocalypse Taco is one of the weirdest books I’ve read in a long time. I’ve struggled with how to write this review because sometimes books are just so bizarre that you’ve got to just experience them for yourself. That’s how I […]
Celebrate Maya Angelou and Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Lives and Works in the 25th Anniversary Edition of “Life Doesn’t Frighten Me”
Readers who are familiar with Angelou and Basquiat and those who are meeting them for the first time alike will enjoy the way the words and images blend together to inspire children to fearlessness in Life Doesn’t Frighten Me.
Experience FRIENDSHIP TO THE MAX In The First Lumberjanes Middle Grade Novel, ‘Lumberjanes: Unicorn Power!’
Title: Lumberjanes – Unicorn Power! Author: Mariko Tamaki Illustrator: Brooke Allen Series: Lumberjanes (Middle Grade Novels) Release Date: October 10, 2017 Publisher: Amulet (Abrams Books) Review Spoilers: Low GoodReads | Amazon The Lumberjanes are getting the novelization treatment and branching out to a whole new group of young readers in Lumberjanes: Unicorn Power! Renown comics writer […]
I’m a sucker for cute middle grade graphic novels and that perfectly describes Eddie Pittman’s series, Red’s Planet. Throw in some kooky, sci-fi themes and you’ve got me hooked. Red’s Planet is a fun series about a young girl known to most as “Red,” who finds herself abducted by aliens […]
Author: Thi Bui Release Date: March 7, 2017 Publisher: Abrams Books Review Spoilers: Low GoodReads | Amazon One of the most poignant and moving graphic novel biographies I’ve read in a long time, The Best We Could Do is a wonderfully timely book that tells a very important story. With the kind of controversy surrounding immigration […]