Sweaterweather: Other Short Stories

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Originally published in 2003, this collection of short pieces has been updated and expanded with new material and introductions to preface each story or comic. The stories range from the fantastic to the everyday: some are simply slices of life…

Convergence

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Convergence is a story written in the language of decades’ worth of DC Comics publishing history. The main series, represented in this collected trade, and the tie-in stories collected in related “Convergence” trades, reference characters and story arcs that only…

Sunny Side Up

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The Holm siblings, particularly well known in the children’s book world as creators of the Babymouse and Squish series, take a step forward into a more sensitive topic in their latest book, Sunny Side Up. When a family secret forces…

Lost in NYC: A Subway Adventure

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Ever feel lost? I mean like REALLY lost? Where you just kinda wanna vanish because you can’t quite figure out what happened or where you went? Lost In NYC: A Subway Adventure follows Pablo on his first first day in the…

Interview: Chris Schweizer has The Creeps

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Chris Schweizer might be best known for his Eisner-nominated historical adventure series The Crogan Adventures, but it’s his middle grade horror series, The Creeps, that draws on the cartoonist’s most terrifying experience: his time as a sixth-grade social studies teacher.…

Nnewts, vol. 2: The Rise of Herk

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If you happen to spend your days working with 11- and 12-year-old readers, then Doug TenNapel is a name you get to know. His past books, including Cardboard and Ghostopolis, have made the YALSA best graphic novels lists in their…