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How to Draw Cute Stuff, 1: Draw Anything and Everything in the Cutest Style Ever! Cover Image
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Give This Book a Title: Over 100 Activities to Kick-Start Your Creativity Cover Image
By Jarrett Lerner, Jarrett Lerner (Illustrator)
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Scratch & Sketch Furry Friends (Trace-Along) [With Wooden Stylus for Drawing] (Scratch and Sketch) Cover Image
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Architecture for Kids: Skill-Building Activities for Future Architects Cover Image
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How to Draw a Mermaid and Other Cute Creatures with Simple Shapes in 5 Steps (Drawing with Simple Shapes) Cover Image
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How to Draw a Bunny and Other Cute Creatures with Simple Shapes in 5 Steps (Drawing with Simple Shapes) Cover Image
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How to Draw 101 Horses & Ponies (How To Draw 101... #5) Cover Image
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Cute People, 2: Step-By-Step Cover Image
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Everyone Can Draw Cover Image
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It's Fun to Draw Dogs, Cats, and Other Animals Cover Image
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Twins is a charming new middle-grade graphic novel that is uplifting and entertaining, but also extremely realistic in its portrayals of just what it feels like to start the shift from elementary school from middle school. This story follows Maureen and Francine, two twin sisters, as they enter into middle school together. This story perfectly captures that strange and liminal space that one feels when transitioning from elementary school from middle school, where you are still a kid, but suddenly the world sees you as so much older. It captures all those confusing moments: the innocent conflicts while making new friends and wanting to find yourself; mixed with the scarier, more adult stuff like academic pressure and even how scary it feels to be witness to racial prejudice or vandalism. Twins is written and illustrated with intelligence and charm and is the next pick for fans of such things as Raina Telgemeier’s many books, the Baby Sitter’s Club, or the Nat Enough series!

(Graphic Novel, Ages 8+) - reviewed by Isabel