From beginning to end this graphic novel reads like watching Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
True to her style, Lois Lowry has produced another children's book that can only be called "odd."
Consider this booklet as the primer to feminism, the ABC's of equality.
If you're a fan of intrigue, mystery, and psychological depth then read this book!
The stories in Black Light are dark and desperate. Tinted with the ache of grandeur familiar to so many residence of the South, the scenes speak directly to the basics of life: love, heartbreak, hope.
This book may not be able to boast popularity, but it is striking, witty, and full of heart. North West Arkansas will never look the same!
On a hunt for stolen loved ones, and racing to retrieve a powerful magic star before Endora reaches it, Fable and her courageous companions face their fears head on.