April showers brought May flowers (or at least May allergies) and a slew of great Papercutz news—let’s go!
Reviews & Recommendations
Ariol #3: Happy as a Pig…
“Ariol’s hilarious hijinks are mischievous and fun, and this volume will find fans among kids who enjoy irreverent humor.” —SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
Classics Illustrated Deluxe #11: The Sea-Wolf
“This title would be an excellent addition to any library or classroom.”—SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
“WOW – this was a great story! I think the Papercutz Classics Illustrated series is a great way to get kids to read classics and see what awesome stories the classics have.” —THIS KID REVIEWS BOOKS
Dinosaurs #1: In the Beginning…
“I love it when books mix humor with learning. This book does that – plus it is a comic so that gets bonus points from me. I think kids can learn a lot from comics.” —THIS KID REVIEWS BOOKS
LEGO Legends of Chima #1: High Risk!
“In a world of children’s books that would bore my kids to tears, or are ridiculously expensive, Lego Legends of Chima is a refreshing addition to my family’s library.”—WHAT’CHA READING?
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1: Rita Repulsa’s Attitude Adjustment
“The art, story, and humor are all really well done. I would definitely check out future volumes if I come across it… fans and younger readers should make sure to add it to their read-list.” —SEQUENTIAL TART
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Free Comic Book Day comic
“There are plenty of robots, monsters, and interaction between team-members that creates a believable world for the comic, and with a dose of humor thrown in, it’s an impressive book that speaks to new readers and die-hard fans alike.” —BLEEDING COOL