Book Review: Sheets

Synopsis In Sheets by Breanna Thummler, teenager Marjorie Blatt feels invisible in her small town. She has few friends, and spends her spare time running her family's laundromat in place of her father who is still mourning the loss of their mother. She meets Wendell, a ghost-boy who is having a hard time transitioning into... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Invisible Emmie

Invisible Emmie by Terri Libenson is a middle grade graphic novel that tells the story of two girls: shy, quiet Emmie, and outgoing, social Katie. Emmie is having the absolute worst day of her seventh-grade life, while Katie is breezing through middle school like it's the easiest thing in the world. Why is Emmie struggling... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Anya’s Ghost

Anya's Ghost by Vera Brosgol is one of my favorite graphic novels so far. I loved the illustrations and learned while reading that I really am partial to the black-and-white style of art in graphic novels. Color illustrations are wonderful of course, but the grayscale somehow adds to the story, especially one as surprisingly dark... Continue Reading →

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