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The Ten Cent Plague The Great Comic-Book Scare and How It Changed America by David Hajdu (2008)
Reviewed by guest on August 17, 2008 tagged graphic novel • nonfiction
Monster on the Hill by Rob Harrell (2013)
Reviewed by geneambaum on December 20, 2013 tagged fantasy • graphic novel • humor
Stoker-on-Avon’s pathetic monster goes on a road trip to learn how to give people a good scare.
Great Pacific Volume 1: Trashed by Joe Harris, Martín Morazzo (2013)
Reviewed by geneambaum on May 31, 2013 tagged graphic novel • thriller
A rich, international playboy founds New Texas on the continent of garbage in the Pacific Gyre.
Split Screen Attack of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies / Bride of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies by Brent Hartinger (2007)
Reviewed by geneambaum on March 18, 2007 tagged coming of age
33 Minutes ...Until Morgan Sturtz kicks my butt by Todd Hasak-Lowy (2013)
Reviewed by geneambaum on April 12, 2013 tagged coming of age • humor
Sam’s former best friend, Morgan, is going to kick Sam’s butt at recess. It’s inevitable. It is going to happen.
Extraordinary People: A Semi-Comprehensive Guide to Some of the World's Most Fascinating Individuals by Michael Hearst, Aaron Scamihorn (2015)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on March 25, 2016 tagged biography
The Nearly Complete Essential Hembeck Archives Omnibus by Fred Hembeck (2008)
Reviewed by billba on June 1, 2012 tagged comic strips • humor
Furious Cool Richard Pryor and the World That Made Him by David Henry, Joe Henry (2013)
Reviewed by billba on August 15, 2014 tagged biography
Richard Pryor became a breakthrough comedian when he stopped telling jokes and started telling the truth.
Welcome to Lovecraft (Locke & Key Volume 1) by Joe Hill, Gabriel Rodriguez (2008)
Reviewed by geneambaum on November 7, 2014 tagged coming of age • graphic novel • paranormal
After surviving the dad’s murder, a family relocates to his hometown where they’re manipulated by an evil creature.
The Odyssey A Graphic Novel by Gareth Hinds (2010)
Reviewed by geneambaum on May 13, 2011 tagged classic • graphic novel • historical fiction
Graphical adaptation of one man’s epic monster-filled voyage home to his wife after the siege of Troy.
Babymouse #1 Queen of the World! by Jennifer L. Holm , Matthew Holm (2005)
Reviewed by geneambaum on July 2, 2010 tagged chapter book • graphic novel • humor
A young mouse with an overactive, pink imagination dreams of being queen of the world.
The Story of the Little Mole Who Knew It Was None of His Business: Pop-up Editiion by Werner Holzwarth, Wolf Erlbruch (2007)
Reviewed by geneambaum on December 14, 2008 tagged picture book
John Hughes: A Life in Film: The Genius Behind Ferris Bueller, The Breakfast Club, Home Alone, and more by Kirk Honeycutt (2015)
Reviewed by emilyreads on January 15, 2016 tagged biography • nonfiction
Marvel Comics: The Untold Story by Sean Howe (2013)
Reviewed by theo on December 5, 2014 tagged history
A candid history of Marvel Comics, the good and the bad, from its inception in the thirties through modern times.
Full Body Burden: Growing Up in the Nuclear Shadow of Rocky Flats by Kristen Iversen (2012)
Reviewed by sarahhunt on June 3, 2016 tagged biography • history
The Pop-Up Book Step-by-step instructions for creating over 100 original paper projects by Paul Jackson (1994)
Reviewed by geneambaum on May 13, 2007 tagged art
The Year of Living Biblically One Man's Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible by A.J. Jacobs (2008)
Reviewed by guest on October 8, 2010 tagged biography • humor
Bookshelf by Alex Johnson (2012)
Reviewed by geneambaum on July 26, 2013 tagged coffee table book • nonfiction
Amazing bookshelves that are cow-shaped, invisible, round, tree-like, steps, straps, sticks, and squishy.
The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson (2011)
Reviewed by billba on October 21, 2011 tagged coming of age • mystery • romance
Rory was thrilled to attend school in London. Until the murders started, and she talked to a man no one else can see.
Unusual Chickens for the Exceptional Poultry Farmer by Kelly Jones, Katie Kath (2015)
Reviewed by geneambaum on April 17, 2015 tagged coming of age