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The Okay Witch by Emma Steinkellner

A middle grade graphic novel that speaks to the power of communication in families. I couldn't love Moth Hush more if she used her magic to make a million copies of herself. SYNOPSIS A School Library Journal Best Graphic Novel of 2019! Sabrina the Teenage Witch meets Roller Girl in this hilarious, one-of-a-kind graphic novel… Continue reading The Okay Witch by Emma Steinkellner

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Sunday Comics: March 22, 2020

Whether you are a fan of The Awkward Yeti or have never experienced the anthropomorphic delights of Nick Seluk's body parts, How I Broke Up With My Colon, will have your gut giggling. I read it once and immediately again! I have been a fan of The Awkward Yeti comics since the first time I saw adorable Gallbladder holding his… Continue reading Sunday Comics: March 22, 2020

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Sunday Morning Comics – FGR#7

I remember watching Sabrina the Teenage Witch on Friday night television as a kid. Sabrina was a delightful teenager, her cat Salem was scheming and snarky and her Aunts were wacky but well intended. In The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Sabrina is still a teenager but the rest of the story is as dark and different as Riverdale is… Continue reading Sunday Morning Comics – FGR#7

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Sunday Morning Comics May 27, 2018

Good Morning! In the United States we are enjoying a long three-day weekend which means that Sunday morning is extra relaxing. I had the time to quietly enjoy both of these graphic novels which feature characters grappling with typical adolescent issues in additional to the impact of their culture background. American Born Chinese by Gene Lien Yang… Continue reading Sunday Morning Comics May 27, 2018

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Sunday Morning Cartoons 1/21/18

Happy Sunday Morning! This morning my cup of coffee and I were joined by some powerful ladies. Nimona by Noella Stevenson was my first graphic novel. Immediately I was drawn into the whole twist on the superhero / villian story featuring Nimona, the shapeshifting young wanna-be-villan, trying to find her mentor. Before Nimona I struggled to… Continue reading Sunday Morning Cartoons 1/21/18