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101 Changemakers Rebels and Radicals Who Changed U.S. History by Michele Bollinger, Dao X. Tran (2012)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on November 23, 2012 tagged history
Alice in tumblr-Land And Other Fairy Tales for a New Generation by Tim Manley (2013)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on March 14, 2014 tagged classic • humor • picture book
Classic children’s lit characters star in humorous, illustrated online entries for grownups
Alice Waters and the Trip to Delicious by Jacqueline Briggs Martin, Hayelin Choi (2014)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on November 7, 2014 tagged cookbook • nonfiction • picture book
A trip with chef Alice Waters in her pursuit of fresh, local ingredients for her restaurant and her school programs.
Ancient Places: People and Landscape in the Emerging Northwest by Jack Nisbet (2015)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on October 2, 2015 tagged essays • history • science
Comics Squad: Recess! by Jennifer Holm, Gene Luen Yang, Dav Pilkey, Jarrett J. Krosoczka, Ursula Vernon, Matthew Holm, Eric Wight, Dan Santat, Raina Telgemeier, Dave Roman (2014)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on July 17, 2015 tagged anthology • graphic novel • short stories
Dreaming in Indian: Contemporary Native American Voices by Lisa Charleyboy, Mary Beth Leatherdale (2014)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on February 26, 2016 tagged coffee table book • nonfiction
The Great American Dust Bowl by Don Brown (2013)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on March 21, 2014 tagged graphic novel • history
A family tries to survive the Black Sunday Monster Dust Storm on April 14, 1935.
Hansel and Gretel by Neil Gaiman, Lorenzo Mattotti (2014)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on December 19, 2014 tagged graphic novel • picture book
Neil Gaiman retells the grimmest of Grimms' fairy tales, featuring a candy house and a boy fattened for slaughter.
The Hunting of the Snark An Agony in Eight Fits by Lewis Carroll, Mahendra Singh (2010)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on February 7, 2014 tagged classic • graphic novel • poetry
Graphic novel version of Lewis Carroll's dark, nonsensical "The Hunting of the Snark."
Malala: A Brave Girl From Pakistan | Iqbal: A Brave Boy from Pakistan Two Stories of Bravery by Jeanette Winter (2014)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on February 20, 2015 tagged biography • picture book
March Book One by John Lewis (2013)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on January 17, 2014 tagged biography • graphic novel • history
The story of Congressman John Lewis' early life and activism during the 1960s Civil Rights struggles.
Pippi Moves In! by Astrid Lindgren (2012)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on February 15, 2013 tagged comic strips • humor
The irrepressible red-haired, super strong Pippi Longstocking defies adults (and saves a horse).
Pretend Soup and Other Real Recipes by Mollie Katzen, Ann Henderson (1994)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on June 13, 2014 tagged cookbook
Simple, illustrated, step-by-step recipes for young cooks featuring comic-like sequential illustrations.
Quiet The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain (2013)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on January 24, 2014 tagged nonfiction
An exploration of the bias towards extroversion and the value of introverts.
Silly Lilly in What Will I Be Today? by Agnes Rosenstiehl (2011)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on April 12, 2013 tagged graphic novel • picture book
Lilly can be anything! She chooses a different persona for each day of the week.
The Year of Billy Miller by Kevin Henkes (2013)
Reviewed by craigseasholes on May 2, 2014 tagged chapter book
Billy isn’t sure he’s smart enough for second grade, especially after he makes a bad first impression on his teacher.
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