Stories tagged middle grade

Young Adult comics at The Schulz Library

Young Adult is a booming genre. To keep things simple, in The Schulz Library we group YA and Middle Grade books. Either way, it is a popular section!

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Alum Kickstarter: Laurel Holden’s Spiderella

Spiderella books

As part of their theses, Laurel Holden (’13) and Romey Petite (′13) started their work on Spiderella. Written by Romey and illustrated by Laurel, Spiderella is an illustrated middle-grade novel for kids 7–10. The story celebrates girls’ independence, ingenuity, and intelligence. 6 years in the making and clocking in at over 200 pages, Book One, Spiderella: The Girl Who Spoke with Spiders, is now being funded on Kickstarter until October 31, 2017.

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Tags: cartoons studies, Children's Book, Kickstarter, Laurel Holden, middle grade, Romey Petite, Self-published, Spiderella