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How the Camel Got His Hump: The Graphic Novel (Graphic Spin): Louise Simonson, Rudyard Kipling, Pedro Rodriguez: 9781434238795: Amazon.com: Books

How the Camel Got His Hump: The Graphic Novel (Graphic Spin (Quality Paper))

CRAFTY CAT AND THE CRAFTY CAMP CRISIS and CRAFTY CAT AND THE GREAT BUTTERFLY BATTLE by Charice Mericle Harper are the second and third books in this superb graphic novel series about a girl named Birdie and her alter-ego, Crafty Cat. Birdie is passionate about crafting and makes it part of everything in her life, including dealing with mean girls at school, monster dodgeball games and costume emergencies at school plays. Each book includes real crafts that kids can really do, with easy to…

Crafty Cat and the Crafty Camp Crisis AND Crafty Cat and the Great Butterfly Battle by Charise Mericle Harper, 122 pp, RL 3

CRAFTY CAT AND THE CRAFTY CAMP CRISIS and CRAFTY CAT AND THE GREAT BUTTERFLY BATTLE by Charice Mericle Harper are the second and third books in this superb graphic novel series about a girl named Birdie and her alter-ego, Crafty Cat. Birdie is passionate about crafting and makes it part of everything in her life, including dealing with mean girls at school, monster dodgeball games and costume emergencies at school plays. Each book includes real crafts that kids can really do, with easy to…

In this retelling of Rudyard Kipling's classic tale, a curious young elephant tries to find out what the crocodile eats for dinner. He ends up with a whole new look.

In this retelling of Rudyard Kipling's classic tale, a curious young elephant tries to find out what the crocodile eats for dinner.

simple as that: 50 Fabulous Children's Books for Fall

50 Fabulous Children's Books for Fall

Six Sisters' Stuff: 50 Fun and Cheap Date Ideas! 50 fabulous children's books for fall Perfect for kids meds Soft Chevron iPhone Ca.

Rumpelstiltskin: The Graphic Novel (Graphic Spin) by M. Powell (PZ7.7 .P69 Ru 2009)

To repay her father's debts, Mirabelle promises the King that she'll spin his straw into gold. An evil troll agrees to help her for a price. Now, Mirabelle must repay an even greater debt, unless she can guess the terrible creature's name.

Choose Your Own Adventure: Graphic Novels for Kids and Teens - ParentMap

Choose Your Own Adventure: Graphic Novels for Kids and Teens

Turn your kids into readers with these amazing graphic novels starring children and teens. The world of graphic novels is vast but we've rounded up some favorites for life lessons and just plain fun.

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Finding More Great Graphic Novels for Kids GIVEAWAY

Finding More Great Graphic Novels for Kids

This is a fun book about a boy cutting monster's hair every full moon!

In this infectious fantasy, a young boy sneaks out to his father’s barber shop to give haircuts to a variety of monsters; the boy’s arsenal of products, featuring such delights as stink wax and horn polish, enhances the fun.

Baxter the Tweeting Dog, by Doreen Marts. (Blue Apple, 2012).  Baxter's friend Lucy is missing, and so he begins "Twoofing," the dog equivalent of "Tweeting," with all of the neighborhood pups, who find clues to her whereabouts while going about their daily routines.

This vibrant hardcover story tells of Baxter's search for his lost friend with witty language and a charming narrative.

Reptile Rumble!

(DC Super Friends), by Billy Wrecks. (Random House, cold-blooded Croc attacks with his army of snakes and alligators, it is up to Batman and the Super Friends to stop this reptile ruffian's sinister scheme.

This was a cute Toon book about a cat named Otto who loves the color orange. He wishes for his whole world to be orange and then realizes that's not in everyone's best interest. It was very humorous and enjoyable, good for adults and children alike!

Otto's Orange Day, by Frank Cammuso. (Toon Books, After a genie fulfills Otto the cat's wish by turning the whole world orange, Otto realizes that his favorite color is not the best color for everything.

Brain:a Graphic Novel Tour: A Graphic Novel Tour

CC Cycle Week 4 - Cover image for The brain : a graphic novel tour / written by Joeming Dunn ; illustrated by Rod Espinosa.

A list of some of our favorite examples of children's books which rely on metafiction to tell and illustrate a story.

Metafiction in Children's Picture Books

graphic novels for girls

Girls and Graphic Novels by Emily Meixner

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