I had looked at this book a couple times in both Target and Barnes and Noble, and finally grabbed it one day. It was in the middle grade section, so I knew it would be a relatively quick read for me. I was excited to read it, regardless.
I grabbed this middle grade novel not knowing anything about it. The cover looked cool, and that was really all I needed to know.
I bought this book because there was a giant advertisement with Thomas Lennon and his beautiful dog playing in target while I was in the book section. After taking a glance at it’s inside cover and realizing that it was a middle grade book written specifically for me, I figured I needed to buy it. Only on the way home did I realize that there was a review of it from Weird Al Yankovich on the back, which further solidified my feelings.
I got this ARC from a Goodreads giveaway, and I genuinely couldn’t wait to read it. Once I started, I couldn’t stop! I powered through this graphic novel in an afternoon, and was ready to read more!
This book was the most perfect post-Halloween read as I could ask for! I’m a big Graphic Novel fan, and Fake Blood by Whitney Gardner is a fangtastic combination of GNs and middle grade writing. I fell in love before I even opened the book!
I’ve been a big fan of Gudsnuk for 4-5 years now. She made Henchgirl, a fantastic webcomic-turned-graphic novel about a Henchgirl who didn’t like her job. Now, she has released Making Friends through Scholastic’s Graphix publishing house, and I’m so glad I got to read it.
I grabbed this graphic novel from my local library just ‘cuz the other day, and I’m so glad I did. First Second has easily become a publishing favorite; they release such incredible titles for all ages. The Time Museum is a middle grade graphic novel, clocking in at about 250 pages. But let’s get into the plot!