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A Fire Upon The Deep by Vernor Vinge (1993)
     Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by billbarnes on 4/18/2014 tagged science fiction
     When a long-dormant evil is accidentally released, a family hides on a mediæval planet ruled by telepathic dogs.

Leviathan Wakes: (Expanse Book 1) by James S.A. Corey (2011)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 4/18/2014 tagged science fiction
     After an ice mining spaceship is destroyed, tensions between Mars and those who live in the asteroid belt escalate.

Scenes from a Multiverse by Jonathan Rosenberg (2011)
     Reviewed by billbarnes on 4/18/2014 tagged comic stripshumorscience fiction
     Comic vignettes that take place in a variety of alternate universes, some more familiar than others.

Scenes from a Multiverse Book Two: Business Animals by Jonathan Rosenberg (2013)
     Reviewed by billbarnes on 4/18/2014 tagged comic stripshumorscience fiction

Remission: (Prophet Volume 1) by Brandon Graham, Simon Roy, Farel Dalrymple, Giannis Milonogiannis (2012)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 4/18/2014 tagged graphic novelscience fiction
     Across the galaxy, John Prophets emerge from 10,000 years of slumber to reawaken the Earth Empire.

Blood Song: (Raven's Shadow Book 1) by Anthony Ryan (2013)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 4/18/2014 tagged coming of agefantasy
     After his mother’s death, Vaelin’s father gives him to the Sixth Order to make him into a weapon of the Faith.

Helheim: Book 1: The Witch War by Cullen Bunn, Joelle Jones, Nick Filardi (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 4/18/2014 tagged fantasygraphic novelhorror
     After Rikard is beheaded, his woman, Bera, reanimates him as a draugr and sends him to kill a rival witch.

The Screaming Staircase: (Lockwood & Co. #1) by Jonathan Stroud (2013)
     Reviewed by dawnrutherford on 4/18/2014 tagged coming of ageparanormal
     Lucy works with George and her boss, Lockwood, to dispatch deadly ghosts that adults can’t see.

The Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson, Ben McSweeney (2013)
     Reviewed by wally on 4/18/2014 tagged coming of agefantasy
     In a world where wizards bring drawings to life, three friends must find out what’s happening to missing students.

Unicorn Thinks He's Pretty Great by Bob Shea (2013)
     Reviewed by dawnrutherford on 4/18/2014 tagged picture book
     Goat is totally disgusted by Unicorn, who can't stop showing off just how great he is.

The Elements of Typographic Style, Fourth Edition by Robert Bringhurst (2013)
     Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by billbarnes on 4/11/2014 tagged nonfiction
     Best practices for making your text come alive on the page. Choosing a font is just the beginning!

Ex-Purgatory: A Novel by Peter Clines (2014)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 4/11/2014 tagged horrorsuperhero
     George’s dreams of having superpowers and fighting undead monsters start invading his waking life.

Growing Up Amish: The Rumspringa Years (Young Center Books in Anabaptist and Pietist Studies) by Richard A. Stevick (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 4/11/2014 tagged coming of agenonfiction
     Amish teens are turned loose in the outside world so they can later decide if they want to commit to the church.

The Spy Catchers of Maple Hill by Megan Frazer Blakemore (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 4/11/2014 tagged chapter bookmystery
     Hazel invites the new kid at school to help her investigate a suspicious new gravedigger at her family’s cemetery.

We Shall Overcome: The Story of a Song by Debbie Levy, Vanessa Brantley-Newton (2013)
     Reviewed by snow on 4/11/2014 tagged picture bookpoetry
     A history in free verse poetry of the Civil Rights song “We Shall Overcome.”

Kings of the Road: How Frank Shorter, Bill Rodgers, and Alberto Salazar Made Running Go Boom by Cameron Stracher (2013)
     Reviewed by emilyreads on 4/11/2014 tagged nonfiction
     The story of how running became a national obsession in the U.S.

Early Bird by Toni Yuly (2014)
     Reviewed by darcy on 4/11/2014 tagged picture book
     Early Bird wakes up and looks for the Early Worm.

She Is Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick (2014)
     Reviewed by danritchie on 4/11/2014 tagged coming of agemystery
     Blind 16-year-old Laureth takes her 7-year-old brother from London to NY to find their father.

America's National Parks: A Pop-Up Book by Don Compton, Dave Ember, Bruce Foster (2013)
     Reviewed by ang on 4/11/2014 tagged coffee table booknonfictionpicture book
     A pop-up book about National Parks styled after the WPA posters of the 1930s and ‘40s.

Art and Architecture of Insects by David M. Phillips (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 4/4/2014 tagged coffee table booknonfictionscience
     Black and white micrographs taken with a scanning electron microscope show the art and architecture of insects.

The Mongolian Conspiracy by Rafael Bernal, Francisco Goldman, Katherine Silver (2013)
     Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by geneambaum on 4/4/2014 tagged mystery
     A killer in the employ of the Mexican government tries to uncover a Chinese plot to assassinate the U.S. President.

Queen of the Black Coast: (Conan Volume 13) by Brian Wood, Becky Cloonan, James Harren, Dave Stewart (2013)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 4/4/2014 tagged fantasygraphic novel
     Conan becomes King to the merciless pirate Bêlit, Queen of the Black Coast.

The Death: (Conan Volume 14) by Brian Wood, Declan Shalvey, Vasilis Lolos, Becky Cloonan, Dave Stewart (2013)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 4/4/2014 tagged fantasygraphic novel

The Nightmare of the Shallows: (Conan Volume 15) by Brian Wood, Mirko Colak, Andrea Mutti, Pierluigi Baldassini, Davide Gianfelice, Dave Stewart (2014)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 4/4/2014 tagged fantasygraphic novel

The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly by Sun-Mi Hwang, Chi-Young Kim, Nomoco (2013)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 4/4/2014 tagged literary
     Sprout wants to hatch a chick and enjoy the freedom of the barnyard instead of just laying eggs in the coop.

Backward Compatible: A Geek Love Story by Sarah Daltry, Pete Clark (2013)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 4/4/2014 tagged fantasyromancescience fiction
     George and Katie’s geeky romance starts at a midnight video game release party.

The Smartest Kids in the World: And How They Got That Way by Amanda Ripley (2013)
     Reviewed by emilyreads on 4/4/2014 tagged nonfiction
     An examination of the world’s education superpowers, and a theory on why their students do so well.

Ghost Hawk by Susan Cooper (2013)
     Reviewed by wally on 4/4/2014 tagged historical fictionparanormal
     Little Hawk, a young Wampanoag, stays friends with John Wakeley even after John’s stepfather kills him.

Flora & Ulysses by Kate DiCamillo (2013)
     Reviewed by dawnrutherford on 4/4/2014 tagged chapter bookgraphic novel
     Flora wants to be left alone to read comic books, at least until she meets a squirrel who can type.

Fire! ¡Fuego! Brave Bomberos by Susan Middleton Elya, Dan Santat (2012)
     Reviewed by emilyjones on 4/4/2014 tagged picture book
     Brave firefighters race to a house, put out a fire, and then find a cat.

Get Giro! by Anthony Bourdain, Joel Rose, Langdon Foss (2012)
     Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by geneambaum on 3/28/2014 tagged graphic novel
     The best sushi chef in LA is the subject of a tug-of-war between two warring restaurant factions.

Go: A Kidd's Guide To Graphic Design by Chip Kidd (2013)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 3/28/2014 tagged nonfiction
     Chip Kidd shows kids what graphic design is and why it’s important.

The Haunting of Fabian Gray: (Five Ghosts Volume 1) by Frank J. Barbiere, Chris Mooneyham (2013)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 3/28/2014 tagged graphic novelparanormal
     A treasure hunter uses the powers of R. Hood, S. Holmes, Merlin, M. Musashi, and Dracula to help his sister.

The Price of Silence by William D. Cohan (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 3/28/2014 tagged nonfiction
     When three Duke lacrosse players were accused of raping an exotic dancer, the media jumped on the story.

The 1929 Bunion Derby: Johnny Salo and the Great Footrace Across America by Charles Kastner (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 3/28/2014 tagged history
     Charley Pyle organized and promoted an insane, 3,554 mile footrace across the U.S. Not many men finished it.

Tapestry of Fortunes by Elizabeth Berg (2013)
     Reviewed by emilyreads on 3/28/2014 tagged literary
     A motivational speaker with trouble embracing her authentic self goes on a road trip with three friends.

Lost at Sea: The Jon Ronson Mysteries by Jon Ronson (2013)
     Reviewed by sarahhunt on 3/28/2014 tagged essays
     An investigative journalist interviews oddballs, insane “clowns,” and looks into a few mysteries.

Pawn: (The Blackcoat Rebellion) by Aimée Carter (2013)
     Reviewed by danritchie on 3/28/2014 tagged coming of agescience fiction
     Kitty is fated to a life of manual labor. Then she’s offered a glamorous life impersonating a popular young woman.

Mr. Wuffles! by David Wiesner (2013)
     Reviewed by dawnrutherford on 3/28/2014 tagged picture book
     A dignified cat ignores the playthings his humans purchase for him.

Here I Am by Patti Kim, Sonia Sánchez (2013)
     Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by geneambaum on 3/21/2014 tagged coming of agegraphic novel
     A reluctant young immigrant chases her prize possession around her new home, New York City.

The Really Rotten Princess and the Cupcake Catastrophe: (Ready to Read Level Two) by Lady Cecily Snodgrass, Mike Lester (2013)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 3/21/2014 tagged fantasypicture book
     Regina bakes disgusting cupcakes for a wizard convention.

Binky Takes Charge by Ashley Spires (2012)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 3/21/2014 tagged graphic novelhumorpicture book
     Binky trains the next generation of space cats and does his best to escape a pet hotel.

Binky: License to Scratch by Ashley Spires (2013)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 3/21/2014 tagged graphic novelhumorpicture book

The Lost Adventures: (Avatar: The Last Airbender) by Aaron Ehasz, Josh Hamilton, Tim Hedrick, Dave Roman, J. Torres Joaquim Dos Santos, Elsa Garagarza, Gurihiru, Corey Lewis, Johane Matte, Ethan Spaulding, and others (2011)
     Reviewed by billbarnes on 3/21/2014 tagged fantasygraphic novelshort stories
     Short comics featuring Ang the Avatar and his friends.

The Star-Snatcher's Planet: (The Little Prince: Book 5) by Thomas Barichella, Élyum Studio, Antoine St-Éxupery (2013)
     Reviewed by wally on 3/21/2014 tagged graphic novelscience fiction
     The Little Prince finds missing stars and travels to a planet where a salesman profits from peoples’ fears.

The Planet of the Night Globes: (The Little Prince: Book 6) by Christel Gonnard, Élyum Studio, Antoine St-Éxupery (2013)
     Reviewed by wally on 3/21/2014 tagged graphic novelscience fiction

Odd Duck by Cecil Castellucci, Sara Varon (2013)
     Reviewed by dawnrutherford on 3/21/2014 tagged coming of agegraphic novel
     A solitary duck’s orderly life is disrupted by her new neighbor.

Ghostopolis by Doug TenNapel (2010)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 3/21/2014 tagged coming of agegraphic novelparanormal
     After accidentally sending a young boy to the afterlife, Frank asks his dead ex-girlfriend for help.

The Storyteller by Katie Cook, Colleen Coover, Nate Cosby and Chris Eliopoulos, Marjorie Liu and Jennifer L. Meyer, Roger Langridge, Jordie Bellaire, Jeff Parker and Tom Fowler, Paul Tobin, Evan Shaner, Ron Marz, Craig Rousseau, Ronan Cliquet (2011)
     Reviewed by wally on 3/21/2014 tagged fantasygraphic novelshort stories
     An old storyteller and his dog share folktales by a fire.

The Great American Dust Bowl by Don Brown (2013)
     Reviewed by craigseasholes on 3/21/2014 tagged graphic novelhistory
     A family tries to survive the Black Sunday Monster Dust Storm on April 14, 1935.

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