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Picture Book Graphic Novels

Page history last edited by Fuse #8 9 years ago

 

Picture Book Graphic Novels

 

 

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Jackie and the Shadow Snatcher, by Larry Di Fiori [Fuse #8 Review]

Little Mouse Gets Ready, by Jeff Smith [Fuse #8 Review]

Luke on the Loose, by Harry Bliss [Fuse #8 Review] 

Owly, by Andy Runton [Propernoun Review]

The Strongest Man in the World: Louis Cyr, by Nicolas Debon [Fuse #8 Review]

There's a Wolf at the Door: Five Classic Tales, by Zoe B. Alley (ill. R.W. Alley) [Fuse #8 Review]

There's a Wolf at the Door: Five Classic Tales, by Zoe B. Alley (ill. R.W. Alley) [Maw Books Review]

Zig and Wikki in Something Ate My Homework, by Nadja Spiegelman (ill. Trade Loeffler) [Great Kid Books Review]

 

 

Author

Zoe B. Alley (ill. R.W. Alley). There's a Wolf at the Door: Five Classic Tales [Fuse #8 Review]

Zoe B. Alley (ill. R.W. Alley). There's a Wolf at the Door: Five Classic Tales [Maw Books Review]

Harry Bliss. Luke on the Loose [Fuse #8 Review]

Nicolas Debon. The Strongest Man in the World: Louis Cyr [Fuse #8 Review]

Larry Di Fiori. Jackie and the Shadow Snatcher [Fuse #8 Review]

Andy Runton. Owly [Propernoun Review]

Jeff Smith. Little Mouse Gets Ready [Fuse #8 Review]

Nadja Spiegelman (ill. Trade Loeffler). Zig and Wikki in Something Ate My Homework, [Great Kid Books Review]

 

 

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