Kids Books - Graphic Novels

Boy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix #7)

Boy-Crazy Stacey (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix #7)

By Ann M. Martin

This is an amazing book! Go on Stacy's adventure as she finds her true love. She knows the boy Scott, who she loves loves her to. At least that is what she thinks. But one walk on the pier can change her love for Scott and change the world for her. Meanwhile Maryanne is not having a good time. While Stacy goes out to talk to Scott she's stack babysitting. She's getting all the work! They would get payed to babysit the Pikes and she felt like Stacy did none of it. Will Stacy find new love or still love Scott? Will Maryanne forgive Stacy? Join there adventure when you read this amazing book.

Claudia and Mean Janine: Full-Color Edition (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix #4)

Claudia and Mean Janine: Full-Color Edition (The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix #4)

By M. Martin Ann, Ann M. Martin

I read this book and then re-read it again and again. Its a great little twist on the real babysitters club. The part with Mimi having a stroke made me cry just because of the detail and descriptions. It was a great read.

Roller Girl

Roller Girl

By Victoria Jamieson

If you are looking for I slightly funny graphic novel dealing with the troubles of a middle school this is the book for you. Astrid is a 12 year old girl who has always done everything with her best friend Nicole. But one day her mom takes her along with Nicole to a Roller Derby meet. Astrid absolutly loves it while on the other hand Nicole just thinks it's a game where people just push each other around on skates. Astrid decides later she would like to be apart of the Roller Derby camp taking place this summer and would like Nicole to join as well but Nicloe had all ready had plans to be taking part in dance camp and wants nothing to do with Roller Derby. This puts a rift in their friendship as does Nicoles new friend Rachel who also is taking part in dance camp. Astrid accepts Nicole will not be joining her but is still hurt and sad especially when she arrives at camp not even able to keep herself up on skates and all the other girls seem to be older and pros at the subject. As the summer goes on Astrid learns the importance of friendship, family, and never giving up no matter what gets in your why. I higly suggest this book to anyone who loves graphic novels and is looking for a book about friendsip, Roller Derby, and the struggles of middle school.

Black Beauty: The Graphic Novel (Puffin Graphics)

Black Beauty: The Graphic Novel (Puffin Graphics)

By Anna Sewell

This entire book is about black beautys life🙂 black beauty just was a baby horse when him and his mother loved together at a farm.but then black beauty got sold all around to a "final" house then another then another😪 one house a man was out with black beauty and a horse stable man said that black beauty shoe was loose and the man said that it was fine but then I fell off and .... The man fell on his head .is he dead?but in all of the end black beauty finally found a FINAL home.I recommend this book to all ages and I rate this book 4/5 stars 😁 😁 - Pizzagirl7 😁 😁

Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Rift Part 1

Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Rift Part 1

By Gene Luen Yang

Rylee pond

i love Avatar: the last airbender it is really intresting and an the avitar is really funny so is appa so if you dont like this you are crazy jk{ means} just kidding

Ghosts

Ghosts

By Raina Telgemeier

I absolutely love this book! I love the relationship Cat and Maya have. Shes very loving to her sister and she protects her like a great older sister she is! I like how when she began going to school she was able to make good friends and they were super nice and kind towards her. I like how in the end she meet with this old woman ghost and they got along nicely. In the end Cat thought that their Grandmother didn't come but instead their ghost of their grandmother made them lots of food for them. I would rate this book 5 stars!

Minecraft: Mincraft Jokes For Kids (Activity Books, Superheroes) (Minecraft Xbox - Minecraft Jokes For Kids - Minecraft - Minecraft Games - Minecraft Comics - Minecraft Mobs - Free)

Minecraft: Mincraft Jokes For Kids (Activity Books, Superheroes) (Minecraft Xbox - Minecraft Jokes For Kids - Minecraft - Minecraft Games - Minecraft Comics - Minecraft Mobs - Free)

By Scott Rider

Catsaretocool

This is soooo funny look for blazepaws thats my minecraft my hair is blonde with wolf ear that are blue and a blue wolf tail thats my skin oh and i have a black jacket it will be fun if we can be buddies!

Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowley Jefferson's Journal (Diary of a Wimpy Kid)

Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowley Jefferson's Journal (Diary of a Wimpy Kid)

By Jeff Kinney

This may not be the type of book I usually read, but I was definitely overjoyed to recieve it on behalf of DOGO books for being a Top Summer Reader. As soon as I got Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid in the mail, I was quick to tear open the package and start reading. Since I'd read the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series with my friends when I was younger, this was a sweet surprise, especially since it stars one of my favorite characters: Rowley Jefferson. This book is about his life, and how he puts up with his best friend Greg's endless and sometimes annoying pranks. He's a pretty good kid---he helps his parents a lot, listens to directions, and gets good grades on tests. But unfortunately, Greg is the polar opposite of that. He prefers to goof off during tests and play practical jokes---something that occasionally gets Rowley into trouble too. In this book, Rowley talks about the time he and Greg had their first sleepover, when Greg "accidentally" made him get in trouble with his math teacher, and the time they both snuck out of their houses at night to play on another kid's trampoline, only to get busted by Greg's father. These are just some of their antics, though---you'll find many more of their funny adventures in Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid! Overall, I liked this book, and rate it 4/5 stars. I recommend it for people who have read and loved Jeff Kinney's bestselling series Diary of a Wimpy Kid!

Camp

Camp

By Kayla Miller

So I've read this book "camp" and then another called "Click" and they both have the same main characters. In this book a girl named Olive is going to camp with her best friend. When they get to the bunks there excited. Then skipping ahead everyone was choosing there activities. Olive starts making friends but her best friend starts to feel jealous and left out. (I forgot the friends name) The council is the one that hung out with olives fiend. Before the party olives best friend takes her away and made her do everything she wants to do. Olive just wanted to help her feel better so she did whatever she wanted. I wouldn't do that if I were her)) then finally at the party she told her how she felt and her best friend cut of her friendship bracket in anger so Olive did the same.after a while they noticed there was no point at being mad at each other so they talked it out and became friends again. They started to make a music video at the end and it got a whole lot happier. I think this is a good example of friendship and kindness. This would definitely be a good book for a lot of people. This is a graphic novel so it actually shows you pictures of what's going on which helps you to visualize it better. But it's so interesting and definitely unique. I recommend this for everyone and if so read this review I hope you decide to read the book because the book just gives you more intell and details and it's just better when you read it. You can download this book on Amazon free time kids tablets. Thank you have a merry Christmas and a happy New year!!!! :D

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

By J.K. Rowling

How do you think it would feel to be the only one to stop a being of pure evil? In the book Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling.The protagonist is Harry Potter a teenage wizard boy who lives with his aunt and uncle. They treat him like he doesn’t even exist and his room is a cupboard under the stairs. The reason he lives with these horrible people is because his parents died at the hand of the antagonist Voldemort the greatest evil in the wizarding world. I find the book very interesting and descriptive. The author did a very well job making this book and this series in general. There are parts that made me quite sad as important things went on. Such as how someone very dear to Harry died right in front of him or how he has to struggle through having a very mean and evil teacher controlling Hogwarts. There are a lot of twists and times where you don’t know what to expect. J.K. Rowling created pure perfection in a paper back cover that will most likely live on and entertain many generations to come and withstand the test of time. Harry Potter and the order of the Phoenix was a very thick book with eight hundred seventy pages and definitely not the last nor biggest book in the series. So far this book is my favorite and I recommend it to anyone looking for a great and long read. I believe J.K. Rowling did a amazing job in describing areas, characters and magical creatures in the book and the whole series. I also believe that this is straight from the heart and mind of the author and will inspire many whether it be adult or child to pursue their dreams and to never give up on what they believe in. The characters are all filled with such description from the way they speak to their dreams that they wish to come true. When you first introduced to characters you get a description of what their wearing, what they look like and how they seem to appear in stater. The ending was both wrapped up well and made me want to read more from the other books. I know I will feel sad when I finish the last two books, but I will feel happy to have read these books. I suggest this book to someone between the ages of 7 to adult because this book has odd words some people may not be able to pronounce.

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