February 12, 2016 | Michelle
Graphic Novels are great for kids of all ages! 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.
This is the tale of The Ugly Duckling in reverse. In this world, Beastling are fierce creatures that scare for food. But one group of young Beastlings have an adorable oddball among them who is too cute to live up to the Beastling ways. How will she survive in this scary world? Just like the original fable, this story is about being yourself and being ok with it.
You'll be captivated by these tiny creatures that hear with their legs and smell with their antennae. Some even explode! In this latest addition to his best-selling Giggle and Learn series, Kevin McCloskey points his magnifying glass at an anthill, shrinking young readers down, down, down into the underground colony.
When C-3PO, R2-D2, and BB-8 travel to Tatooine for the Resistance, BB-8 and R2-D2 have a hard time focusing on the mission.
Jasmine has a new pet tiger, Rajah, but she needs to tame his wild behavior before the Sultan decides to send him away.
After he receives an order for new shoes from Miss Manatee, shoemaker Francis the donkey must journey through the jungle to find the materials he needs, meeting the variety of animals that live near him, including a capybara, jaguar, and three-toed sloth.
Brothers Mac and Mac are outwitted by Cousin Meatball, three fish, and even a fishing rod when they set out to learn something new.
After living in fear of the wolf with crazy eyes and fangs like ice picks, a forest community is stunned when he shows up looking calm and wearing striped underpants, leaving them wondering why they were so afraid of him.