Category Archives: children’s

Anne of Green Gables by Mariah Marsden, Brenna Thummler

Anne of Green Gables was ripe for a contemporary graphic novel translation: the beloved story of a plucky young orphan growing up in Prince Edward Island in Canada is a beloved classic to many. Those watching the 2017 Netflex show … Continue reading

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The Little Red Wolf by Amélie Fléchais

This is one of the most enchanting children’s books I’ve come across in quite awhile. The illustrations are breathtaking and the story is a completely original and very unique take on Little Red Riding Hood. With each page, I kept … Continue reading

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Bravelands by Erin Hunter

It would be really hard to not enjoy Bravelands. We have an intrepid hero in the form of a brave lion cub, plenty of interesting side characters (from elephants to baboons, and a story with many places it can go … Continue reading

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Inside the E-Sports Industry by Carla Mooney

Publisher Norwood House focuses on ‘informational’ books for grades K-8. With this series of books on gaming (Professional Gaming Careers, E-Sports Competitions, E-Sports Game Design, Inside the E-Sport Industry), we get survey overviews in a picture heavy format that give … Continue reading

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E-Sports Competitions by Meg Marquardt

Publisher Norwood House focuses on ‘informational’ books for grades K-8. With these three books on gaming (Professional Gaming Careers, E-Sports Competitions, E-Sports Game Design), we get survey overviews in a picture heavy format that give a brief overview of the … Continue reading

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Professional Gaming Careers by Sue Bradford Edwards

Publisher Norwood House focuses on ‘informational’ books for grades K-8. With these three books on gaming (Professional Gaming Careers, E-Sports Competitions, E-Sports Game Design), we get survey overviews in a picture heavy format that give a brief overview of the … Continue reading

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Diadem of Death by BR Myers

Diadem of Death was an enjoyable read – I found the writing in this second book in the series to be much tighter and with greater focus on the mystery rather than teen angst. Moving the action to Egypt brought … Continue reading

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