With stores and libraries struggling due to stay-at-home orders and trade shows/events being canceled, we here at Papercutz would like to bring the fun to you and your community right to the comfort of your own homes! From live drawings to Q&A sessions, our creators are excited to offer insight into their methods and engage with your community. We’re happy to see many other fantastic publishers and creators doing the same, and we’d love to do our part as well for your community.
This is especially so with Children’s Book Week coming up on the horizon, May 4th to May 10th, where we are working with the Children’s Book Council to help celebrate everything kid lit. We have a bevy of talented creators interested in spending some virtual time with your customers, such as:
If you’re interested in setting something up, feel free to reach out at email@example.com and we can work something out. Thanks so much and hope to hear from you soon! We hope you stay happy and healthy.
We here at Papercutz hope you and your family are still staying safe and healthy as this health crisis continues. As some states announce even longer stay at home orders and others just reaching the peak, we’re digging in for the long haul by offering even more FREE e-books for you! From goofy animal sports, to epic sibling rivalries, to out of this world tween drama, to high-stakes adventures on alien planets, this round of e-books has a little something for everyone! You can access FUZZY BASEBALL VOLUME 1, AMY’S DIARY VOLUME 1, THE SISTERS VOLUME 1, and THE ONLY LIVING BOY VOLUME 1 for free on Comixology starting today until April 30th! Click below to check them out and enjoy your stay at home reading time.
With major retailers slowing down shipments and quarantine hitting everyone hard, enjoy this 25% off sale on our entire catalog of great graphic novels by using the code “HOME“! You can grab some great books to pass these trying times with and help support your favorite Kids Graphic Novel Publisher *Excluding Asterix Titles*
In these trying times, we’re looking to bring the best of Papercutz into your home with as much digital entertainment as possible. We’ve been offering e-books of some of our hit series here, and now we’d like to offer some videos to help tide you over! Scroll down to find Live Drawings, Trailers, and other resources from our super-creative artists and authors! Click Here To Check It Out
With the scary times we are in right now and with more schools moving to remote learning every day, we at Papercutz want to help ease the tension a bit as we can with some great graphic novels! Click the button below to access some of our great titles, such as GEEKY FAB FIVE, DINOSAUR EXPLORERS, CHLOE, and THE SMURFS! We hope you enjoy them as we get through this!
Stuck at home? Here’s a free preview of the all-new series SCHOOL FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL GIRLS! Headmasters Jeremy Whitley and Jamie Noguchi are putting the syllabus together for their upcoming launch of their sci-fi/coming of age series, but get ready for the first day of class with the first 24-pages today! Once you’re done with that preview, your homework will be to pre-order your very own copy at the link below, so you’ll be ready when class starts on August 4th, 2020!
School for Extraterrestrial Girls Volume 1: Girl on Fire Written by Jeremy Whitley, Illustrated by Jamie Noguchi
Tara Smith’s parents are super strict with all their rules and routines, and Tara is a dutiful daughter. Rule #1: No friends her own age. Rule #2: keep her bracelet on, or else. But when she breaks her routine—and then loses her bracelet—she’s in trouble. Now outed as an extraterrestrial after wielding fire and losing her humanoid form, Tara is captured by the government. She’s given two options: get shipped far away, where she won’t be a danger to anyone or stay on Earth and join a school for other extraterrestrial girls like her. Things at the school aren’t easy—especially for the girl whose only friends were textbooks. But Tara’s goal to learn how to control her powers is soon sidelined by the discovery that the people she’s called Mom and Dad all these years aren’t her parents.