Suggested Graphic Novels for Kindergarten

 

Looking for a good read in a comic book format? Try checking out one of these daring graphic novels. Books are suggested for Kindergarten, but remember that each reader is different, and might find something interesting at another level.

Baxter the Tweeting dog by Doreen Mulryan Marts

Baxter's friend Lucy is missing, and so he begins "Twoofing," the dog equivalent of "Tweeting," with all of the neighborhood pups, who find clues to her whereabouts while going about their daily routines.

Bean Dog and Nugget : the ball by Charise Mericle Harper

Bean Dog and Nugget lose Bean Dog's shiny new ball in a bush. They dream up elaborate and silly ways to get it back while they argue about who is actually going to go and get it.

Dr. Bugspit and his top-secret Fix-It-Up syrup treat a variety of strange maladies at his outer space clinic.

No mission is too small for an inept intergalactic hero and his talking backpack.

Mr. Ball makes a to-do list by Michael Townsend

Mr. Ball loves to make to-do lists but never finishes his tasks, until one day he makes a list so simple it seems he cannot possibly fail.

Little Miss Daredevil is competing in the Incredible Race and, regardless of the event, she is in it to win.

Mr. Pants : it's go time! by Scott McCormick

On the last day of summer vacation, all Mr. Pants wants to do is play laser tag but Mom and his sisters, Foot Foot and Grommy, have other ideas.

Owly figures out why he can't fly, and helps another forest creature with his own flying problems.

A boy and a mouse take a bumpy sea journey to the majestic expanses of the Antarctic, where they see the sights and meet new friends.

Silly Lilly tries out a new job every day of the week, from acrobat to vampire.