Entertaining Graphic Novels for Early Readers!
October Virtual Graphic Novel Event for Early Readers!
Explore with your first readers these playful graphic novels! Each new release is great fun and a perfect way to build reading skills and enhance their love of storytelling. This virtual event hosts wonderful artists and authors for a lively event filled with lots of tales of magic, creatures, and ghosts!
- Boo! Hiss! by CYNDI MARKO! Ghost and Snake live in an old, old house. All by their lonesome, with no one to bother them. They go about their days hooting and hissing, until a family—a human one!—moves in and disturbs their peace and quiet. A crying baby? A barking dog? A wailing saxophone? How will this ghoulish ghost and slithery snake ever stop all this noise and reclaim their home?
- Louie and the Bear Bite Back by BRADY SMITH! Louie, Bear, and all their friends have settled into the good life in the Land of Anything Goes after their defeat of Hairy Larry. That is, until the villainous Panda Brain hits the scene and finds the Imaginator, a device that can create or transform anything the user imagines. Soon, wild things start happening: all the kids start going through odd changes, they keep getting attacked by a shape-shifting, lightning-generating monster, and the Land literally starts raining fish!
Prunella and the Cursed Skull Ring by MATTHEW LOUX! There are whispers around the village that monsters are lurking outside the gates. Prunella doesn’t pay this talk much mind — until she unearths a strange skull-shaped ring in her garden. When she places it on her finger, she’s transformed into a skeleton girl, terrifying her monster-fearing town! Exiled, Prunella wanders the wilderness, where she discovers that monsters aren’t as bad as she’s been led to believe...
- Mimi and the Cutie Catastrophe by SHAUNA J. GRANT! Meet Mimi. She's charming! She's cheerful! She's cute! But that's not all! She's also a loyal friend and fun playmate, who has the best adventures with Penelope, her magical toy dog. But when Mimi notices people treating her like she's too cute, can she show them that she's much more than meets the eye? Or will she be stuck in this cute-astrophe?
Saturday, October 15th at 3:00PM EST via Crowdcast!
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