The List – Graphic NovelsFeb 15th, 2011 | By admin | Category: In Every Issue, Learning Kids, Ten Terrific Books
Compiled by Shelley Headrick
Chattanooga-Hamilton County Bicentennial Library
Meister, Cari. Clues in the Attic.
After losing something, Ben conquers his fear of the attic. (PreK – 2nd)
Smith, Jeff. Little Mouse Gets Ready.
Little Mouse prepares for a busy day with his family. (PreK – 2nd)
Cammuso, Frank and Jay Lynch. Otto’s Orange Day.
After releasing a genie from a lamp, Otto wishes the whole world would turn orange. (1st – 3rd)
Peyo. The Purple Smurfs.
The loveable Smurfs have turned purple and Papa Smurf must save his village. (1st – 4th)
Krosoczka, Jarrett J. Lunch Lady and the Cyborg Substitute.
The school lunch lady, a secret crime fighter, along with a group of students investigate strange happenings at their school. (3rd – 5th)
Sakai, Yohei. Dinosaur King: Volume 1.
When Max finds a magical stone tablet, he is whisked off to the time of the dinosaurs. (3rd – 5th)
Kibuishi, Kazu. Flight Explorer: Volume One.
A collection of short stories collected from acclaimed cartoonists. (4th – 8th)
Riordan, Rick. The Lightning Thief: the Graphic Novel.
The first book in the “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” series is transformed into a graphic novel filled with monsters and mythology. (5th – 8th)
Hale, Shannon and Dean. Rapunzel’s Revenge. In this retelling of a classic fairy tale, Rapunzel uses her hair to escape from her villa in the Wild West. (6th – 9th)
Ando, Natsumi. Kitchen Princess: 1. While attending Seika Academy in Tokyo, Najika discovers her talent for cooking. (8th –12th)