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Title: The Prince and the Dressmaker Author: Jen Wang Illustrator: Jen Wang Published: February 13, 2018 Book Type: Graphic novel, library book. Read: 5 April 2018 - 6 April 2018 Rating: 5 stars Summary: By day, Sebastian is the prince of crown Belgium, living in Paris with his parents. He is expected to carry on his father's legacy by marrying a princess and … Continue reading Review: The Prince and the Dressmaker
Title: Princeless, Volume 2: Get Over Yourself Author: Jeremy Whitley Illustrator: Emily Martin Published: 2013 Type: Graphic Novel (library book) Rating: 4/5 Stars Read: 2 April 2018 Summary: Adrienne and Bedelia are back at it again – this time they are on a quest to save Adrienne’s older (and most beautiful) sister, Angelica. While they fight their way through Angelica’s many … Continue reading Review: Princeless, Vol. 2: Get Over Yourself
Graphic novels can be effective tools in teaching young readers about feminism and activism!
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Although it's already February 2018, I think there is still time to discuss some good books from last year. Having read 100 books in 2017, I can say that there were some very good ones that I would highly recommend to any reader. *NOTE: not all of the books on this list were published in … Continue reading My Top 10 Reads of 2017