Junior High Drama - A Graphic Novel: A Graphic Novel

Author:   Louise Simonson ,  Louise Simonson
Publisher:   Capstone Press
ISBN:  

9781496547125


Pages:   240
Publication Date:   01 February 2019
Recommended Age:   From 8 to 11 years
Format:   Paperback
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Welcome to Memorial Middle School where drama fills the classrooms and follows students home on the bus. Social awkwardness. Mean girls. Hallway gossip. It's all part of life in junior high but maybe it helps to know you aren't alone. Can Lucia avoid the boy-girl party Will Kamilla overcome her self-consciousness and try out for the play Can Allie keep anyone from finding out her secret Told in graphic formal Junior High Drama shows that while you can't escape the drama you can certainly survive it. Safe graphic novels that appeal to girls' taste and sensibilities. Diverse illustrator Sumin Cho creates expressive characters that readers relate to. Diverse cast of characters reflective of today's American middle school.

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Author:   Louise Simonson ,  Louise Simonson
Publisher:   Capstone Press
Imprint:   Stone Arch Books
Dimensions:   Width: 25.40cm , Height: 1.80cm , Length: 17.80cm
Weight:   0.590kg
ISBN:  

9781496547125


ISBN 10:   1496547128
Pages:   240
Publication Date:   01 February 2019
Recommended Age:   From 8 to 11 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  Children / Juvenile
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   Not yet available   Availability explained
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From the author of the Power Pack series comes a book of comics vignettes that will help any preteen get ready for junior high and beyond. . . .Full of diverse characters, Simonson's stories show readers how to work through difficult situations with friends and family while staying above all the drama. . . .Each story ends with inspirational quotes as well as facts and figures to help readers navigate the complexities of growing up. Young comics fans getting ready to leave elementary school and who need guidance and advice will appreciate these empowering tales in a fun and engaging form.-- Booklist Junior High is all about Drama. The day to day lives of kids growing up--each dealing with their own personal problems--is like an ongoing play for all to see. . . .The characters are a diverse cast, and the stories move along. . . .[the artwork] makes the stories pop and feel like a cartoon you might catch on TV.-- Good Comics For Kids, SLJ Sensitive and never preachy, this work focuses on the very real problems young teens face. . . .Complex, flawed characters learn through experience and the support of family and friends. The cast is diverse and realistically depicted, and the art is expressive, with a palette of pinks and purples. With its mix of wisdom and fun, this title will be a hit with most middle grade readers.-- School Library Journal With informative interludes between stories, each vignette provides insight into navigating the myriad challenges middle schoolers confront every day. Cho successfully showcases a diverse student body, normalizing a multicultural environment where all students share the same generational ups and downs. . . .An engaging graphic novel that entertains and educates.-- Kirkus Reviews


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Louise Simonson writes about monsters, science fiction and fantasy characters, and superheroes. She wrote the award-winning Power Pack series, several best-selling X-Men titles, Web of Spider-Man for Marvel Comics, and Superman: Man of Steel for DC Comics. She has also written many books for kids. She is married to comic artist and writer Walter Simonson and lives in the suburbs of New York City. Sumin Cho has spent her childhood in South Korea and New Zealand. She earned her bachelor's degree from Sangmyung University and BFA in cartooning from the School of Visual Arts in New York. She currently lives with two fellow cartoonists along with a dog and cat duo named Puff and Melon.

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