By Lucy Bellwood
This book is about a demon and Lucy Bellwood and 100+ comic pictures about how the demon says it’s too hard and stuff like that. I think the project is cool to address your demon every day for 100 days. Lucy says she and her demon became friends.
I like this book because the demon sounds like my demon. My demon’s name is Dunkel Demon. My demon tells me my drawings stink like rotten eggs.
I recommend this book to anyone because we all have a demon
I give this book 15 demon stars 👹👹👹👹👹👹👹👹👹👹👹👹👹👹👹
By Devin Scillian
Illustrated by K.L. Darnell
This book is about a boy named Fibblestax who competes against a man who names the things in the world. They give names to the thing and the word that gets the most applause or cheers is the name. The other guy makes mean and bad sounding names for the thing.
I like this book because it is very creative and fun. I recommend this book to anyone who is creative. I give this book 15 word stars. 🗣🔤🆙🆗🆒⭐️🌟⭐️🌟🌟⭐️⭐️🌟⭐️⭐️🌟🌟🌟✨✨✨
Written by Marcie Colleen
Illustrated by Emma Yarlett
Happy birthday to my blog! It is two years old today. When I started it, I had just finished first grade. Now I am finishing third grade. I didn’t expect my blog to turn out this way with author interviews, free books and so much reading. I didn’t know what a F&G was and now they show up at my house. Today’s book is one of those.
First of, I love Marcie Colleen. Second, I am madly in love with penguins. When I heard about her book, Penguinaut, I told my mom I wanted to review it. That afternoon a random envelope showed up from Scholastics. It was a F&G of Penguinaut. Thank you, Scholastics, for knowing me so well! Now on to the review.
This book is about a penguin that wants to have big adventures like his friends at the zoo have. When the penguin builds a spaceship off his dreams of going to space go. ( In a good way!) He misses his friends but they showed kindness to him.
I like this book because it has a part that I think is very cute. I think it is a book about dreams, friendship, adventure and all that stuff but in a way kids would enjoy.
I recommend this book to anyone who loves Marcie Colleen, but everyone can read it to!!
I give this 15 penguin stars🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🚀🛸🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🚀🛸🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🚀🛸🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧
Ps this book comes out on October 30th but you can preorder it!
Website/social media http://www.beardocomics.com
Tell me a little about you: I’m a writer and illustrator of comics and children’s books, probably best known for my comic strip Beardo. I live near Chicago with my wife, daughter and son.
– When you were my age (9), did you like to read? I loved to read! My library card was my best tool, I read a lot of Calvin and Hobbes, Hardy Boys, Bobbsey Twins and anything dinosaur related.
– What was your favorite author or book? Definitely Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson. My mom would hand me one of those books when she needed me to chill for a bit so she could get some work done! It explains a lot!
– how do you get your story ideas? With Beardo, I just pulled directly from my life experiences. With some of my more scary comics, I try to think of things that would be scary if I were the character!
– is it hard to write a book? It’s hard if you’re writing about something you don’t know about. When I find myself stuck, it’s usually because I need to learn a little bit more about the context of what I’m writing.
– what authors do you like right now? Any lesser known ones you can recommend? I really enjoy Bodie Troll by Jay Fosgitt. It’s an all ages comic about a troll who wants to be feared but is too lovable and cute to be taken seriously. (Bridget note: Me too!)
– what is the best part of being an author? When someone connects with something you wrote.
– I met you at a Comic Con. What is that event like as an author? It’s great! You get to see all your fellow artist and author friends, and meet the people who have read or will read your work. I always look forward to comic con!
– any advice for a kid who wants to be an author? Read as much as you can! You might not enjoy every book you read, but there’s a lesson in everything. Maybe you don’t like a story, ask yourself why it isn’t working for you. Maybe you love a story, so can you explain why it works so well? Take things apart and see how they function, and then go write your own!
By Julee Laurent
Illustrations by Dennis Anderson
This book is about a girl named Lola who lost her puppy, Lazlo. Along the way they meet animals that try to help her find Lazlo.
I like this book because it has little Easter eggs that the back says is for grown ups but I know some of them. It helps you understand weird phrases we have in life.
I recommend this book to kids and grownups. The kids will like the talking animals. The grown ups will like the Easter eggs.
I give this 15 animal stars.🐊🐪🐑🐆🐳🦐🦑🦗🦂🐂🐑🐊🐬🐟🐉🦔🐇🐀🐈🐈🐖🕊🐈🦃🐑🐀🕊🐭🐭🐮🐽🐦🐦🐤🐤🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧🦁🐷🐷🐼🐼🦁🐮🐽🐻🦊🙈🐼🐨🐽🐸🐸
By Devin Scillian
Illustrations by Tim Bowers
I am going to be on a little Devin Scillian kick as I just interviewed him. Now I am reading the books he mentioned with a new perspective. In person interviews are definitely different.
He told me this book was written because his daughter mentioned the title. It is neat that he writes the titles first!
This book is about a fish who lives in a tank but it keeps getting new residents everyday. The residents come like this: Mr Bubbles; Mervin; Fred; Rhoda and Clark; Cha Cha.
I like this book because the fish has to deal with a lot of fish.
I recommend this book to kids who need a laugh.
I give this book 15 stars fish stars🐠🐟🐠🐟🐠🐟🐠🐟🐠🐟🐠
P. S. Sorry if I reviewed your book but didn’t give stars.