The Birds Word with Robin: Graphic and YA Novels Roundup

Presenting The Birds Word with Robin: A roundup featuring books in the Young Adult and Graphic novel genre. Reviewed by Robin Wasilewski for In the Stacks. 

The Birds Word with Robin: This is a book review for the graphic novel Ghost World, the YA novel Kingdom of the Wicked, and YA novel Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

Ghost World By Daniel Clowes this graphic novel is about two teenage girls named Enid and Becky and how they are handling the inevitable move towards adulthood. It's a coming-of-age story that shows how both characters are struggling with the thought of what the future holds

Kingdom of the Wicked by Kerri Maniscalco:  Amelia is one of the main characters of this book. She's a witch who is trying to find out who murdered her twin, she ends up using dark magic for help and summons someone who she isn’t sure is friend or foe

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs:  The main character of this story, Jacob, starts looking for answers after his grandfather’s mysterious death. He finds an old photo of his grandfather that leads him to doing more investigating which leads him on an island off the coast of Wales where he ends up finding the home for peculiar children, where not of the inhabitants seemed to have aged since that photo was taken with his grandfather.

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