It’s supposed to be Sunday Stacks day but I only read one book last week and it wasn’t even one from the TBR I last shared. My son had a heart procedure done so we were in the hospital for two days and all the prep and then aftercare that came with that made reading time nonexistent.
We did go to the library though for the first time in months last weekend. My husband had put some movies on hold so we went with him to pick them up. I thought I’d just help Elliott pick out a book or two but I ended up getting a bit too excited when I saw the graphic novel section. Here are the ten I ended up taking home with me!
Apocalypse Taco by Nathan Hale – Honestly why wouldn’t you want to read a graphic novel with this title?
One Trick Pony by Nathan Hale – I was already getting one graphic novel by Nathan Hale so I may as well get a second. It’s supposed to be about aliens and looked kind of steampunky.
Hereville: How Mirka Got Her Sword by Barry Deutsch – This one sold me with the tagline “Yet Another Troll-Fighting 11-Year-Old Orthodox Jewish Girl.”
Camp by Kayla Miller – I was very excited to see Camp sitting on the shelf because I’ve been wanting to give this author a try for a while. This is the only book from my haul I’ve read so far and I was actually a little underwhelmed by it.
Technically, You Started It by Lana Wood Johnson – I’ve been hearing nothing but good things about this since before it released and I’m really intrigued by the unique method of telling the story completely through text message conversations.
Hilda and the Troll by Luke Pearson – Ever since Netflix turned Hilda into an animated show I’ve been obsessed with her. This will be my first time experiencing the graphic novels and I couldn’t be more excited!
Hilda and the Stone Forest – This is actually the fifth in the series but I feel pretty comfortable reading them out of order since I’ve already seen the show. Each book is a complete story instead of it being more of a constant continuation.
The Truth About Stacey by Raina Telgemeier – The graphic novels are my first introducion to The Baby-Sitters Club and I loved the first in the series! I’m looking forward to continuing and seeing more of the characters.
Mary Anne Saves the Day by Raina Telgemeier – I was seriously so excited when I saw that the library not only had book two but also three available for check-out!
Claudia and Mean Janine by Raina Telgemeier – But wait! They also had the fourth book, too! Obviously I had to get them all.
Have you read any of these yet? I’d love to know what you thought of them so let me know in the comments!