Waves [Ingrid Chabbert]

A children's book author, Ingrid Chabbert sets off to share the painful story of sharing her struggles with her inability to have a child and the loss of one via miscarriage in graphic novel format. A short, though not entirely sweet due to the sad nature of the story, the novel begins with a young…

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What Makes Girls Sick and Tired [Lucille De Pesloüan]

I absolutely adore What Makes Girls Sick and Tired by Lucille De Pesloüan, though the reasons for which I love this graphic novel are thoroughly upsetting. The book is as it seems, a quick commentary on all the injustices that women face, from those faced by us all to those faced by those of different races…

Merry Men [Robert Rodi, Jackie Lewis, Marissa Louise, and Shari Chankhamma]

I’ve always loved Robin Hood. There’s a reason I was pretty desperate to read Sherwood when I first learned that it was going to be published. There’s simply something so amazing about his story that leaves me with an unshakable feeling of adoration. So, naturally, the very moment I stumbled across Merry Men by Robert Rodi and illustrated…

The Music Box [Carbone]

Your world is so strange. I genuinely didn’t know what I was going into when I picked up The Music Box by Carbone, which is illustrated by Gijé. But the cover was gorgeous and so naturally I couldn’t help myself. Much to my immense surprise and pleasure, I absolutely loved it! A middlegrade graphic novel,…