Morbius is a Marvel character & to help you get to know him, here are five comic books you should read before heading to theaters this summer!
Diary of a Wimpy Kid #14 Wrecking Ball finds the Heffley family in yet another situation — this time they are remodeling their home! Kids will love it!
As a dog lover, I am a big fan of W. Bruce Cameron books. They always touch my heart and make me hug my dogs a little bir tighter. Now he has two new ones!
The Fowl Twins is a new book all about the younder siblings of Artemis Fowl. It takes you back to the familiar world, but with an all new story!
The latest Rick Riordan book is in stores now and trust me when I say, you don’t want to miss it! Win a copy of The Tyrant’s Tomb (ans so much more!) here!
DC Zoom has some great graphic novels for young kids and tweens – and they are encouraging my daughter to read comics (score!). Here are some that we got a sneak peek at – and are hitting stores soon!
My daughter loves the Keeper of the Lost Cities series, so she was thrilled to hear book 8 is coming soon. This is a great summer reading series!
If you don’t know that I am a huge comic book nerd by now, you probably never will. My favorite day of the year is coming – FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2019! Now every store runs this amazingly geeky day differently. I have been to stores where they allow people to take one of each comic if they wish, but most limit you to one from the “gold” section and one or two from the “silver” section. Depending on the year this can be a tough decision. In fact, it usually is (especially for me) because often the main story lines tie in to things that came out during Free Comic Book Day.
My daughters love to read – especially my 7 year old. She is also always asking questions, and wanting to learn. That is why The Questioneers are such great books for her. She loved the Rosie Revere one, and has actually read it several times. So when I told her there was another one coming out AND that we were getting a copy of it, she was over the moon! She started reading Ada Twist immediately, and finished it in just two days.
If you truly know me, you know I love comics books. Yes, I prefer Marvel, but I love me some DC too. I mean, my daughter is named Ivy after Poison Ivy for a reason. I have to admit, about 5 pages in to the new graphic novel DC Super Sons: The Polarshield Project, I was hooked. There was no way I could put it down without knowing what happened next. And a couple hours later I was finished with it. The story sucked me right in, and remained compelling throughout. This comic took me on a super ride, and I passed it right on to my oldest daughter to check it out.