Cats, magical portals, and snacks, oh my!
After finally adjusting to life on a family farm with two brand new step-sisters, a young girl faces an even bigger challenge - figuring out where she fits in at her first year in middle school. This middle grade graphic novel explores family, friendship, and change!
The fourth volume of the children’s series of friendship stories for emerging readers, featuring three friends (a bunny, a worm, and a frog) who get into conflicts and adventures driven by their very different personalities.
Blue, Barry, and Pancakes are best friends! They love roller hooping, free ice cream, and going on BIG adventures!
A big storm is brewing . . . but these pals have each other’s backs—rain or shine—in the third book of Beak & Ally, a series perfect for fans of Narwhal & Jelly, emerging readers, and all kids who love comics.
It’s game time again! Press play on The Switcheroo Rescue, the third graphic novel in the awesome-packed, New York Times bestselling series by YouTube’s favorite family of gamers, FGTeeV!
In this hilarious, hijinks-filled graphic novel super-swine Batpig is ready to face even bigger bullies, harder fights, and scariest of all—meeting his superhero idol.
The second adventure in the fresh and funny Sir Ladybug young graphic novel series, from Caldecott Honor and two-time Geisel Award-winning author-illustrator Corey Tabor. Perfect for fans of Catwad, Bird & Squirrel, and Narwhal & Jelly.
"A suspenseful, well-researched story that captures the drama of Earhart’s life and last flight."— Kirkus Reviews
"The Who HQ Graphic Novels series does an excellent job of quickly engaging readers by capturing the drama and immediacy of pivotal historic events."— Booklist
Maker Comics: Live Sustainably! is a step-by-step DIY guide that will help kids roll up their sleeves and get making with confidence! Inside this graphic novel you'll find instructions for eight sustainability projects.
In this hilarious non-fiction chapter book series, a savvy cockroach shares wise tips and tricks to surviving an encounter with a charming predator who may (or may not) want to be your friend.
A visual guide to fascinating historical facts and philosophical musings on why and how the objects we buy, own, use, see and interact with — from tanks to iPhones — come into existence.