The Enormous Suitcase – Robert Munsch (Story) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

A Clever story that tackles a difficult Subject in a beautiful way In his stories, Robert Munsch has managed to present fantastical tales set in the modern world. Many of them tackling serious subjects that affect our society. And here, he presents a story that deals with children living with divorced parents; sharing two different … Continue reading The Enormous Suitcase – Robert Munsch (Story) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

Pyjama Day! – Robert Munsch (Story) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

A story about Robert Munsch's son As stated in my title, this book was the author's desire to tribute his son within this story. A tale involving a school kid named Andrew who, like Robert Munsch's child, munched his pyjamas. To the point that when they became ruined, he would have to purchase new ones. … Continue reading Pyjama Day! – Robert Munsch (Story) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

Seeing Red – Robert Munsch (Story) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

Really cool Robert Munsch story about Red Hair For Seeing Red, Robert Munsch wrote it for a student named Arie, the only kid in his school to have red-hair. A kid who gets to be the protagonist in this book. Like his friend Alex. Who wishes to have red hair, but doesn't know how. So … Continue reading Seeing Red – Robert Munsch (Story) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

So Much Snow – Robert Munsch (Story) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

Snow Storm Nostalgia Living in Canada, a country where snow storms are a winter frequency, I can assure you that Winter stands among my two favourite seasons, the second being Autumn. But regarding winter, it reminds me of Christmas, but also of snow. Snow fights, Snowman, Ice Skating, Skiing, Snow Ploughing, and Snow days. And … Continue reading So Much Snow – Robert Munsch (Story) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

It’s My Room – Robert Munsch (Text) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

Another Great Read from The Genial Robert Munsch Since a toddler, I know of Robert Munch and his amazing classics. Paper Bag Princess, Something Good, Stephanie's Ponytail, Mortimer, Love You Forever, and many other jewels of Canadian Literature. So whenever I find a book from this author, you can be sure that I will take … Continue reading It’s My Room – Robert Munsch (Text) and Michael Martchenko (Illustrations)

Drama – Raina Telgemeier – Updated Version of My Amazon Review

"Daddy, You don't know nothing about Love..." - Lyric from Raina Telgemeier's play "Moon Over Mississippi" inside "Drama" In this comic book, Raina Telgemeier offers us Callie's story; the four months she experiences at the Aptos Middle School's Drama Club as they are producing an adaptation of "Moon Over Mississippi", a play Raina wrote for … Continue reading Drama – Raina Telgemeier – Updated Version of My Amazon Review

Sisters – Raina Telgemeier – Updated Version of my Amazon Review

 "How do you expect to survive a week in the car together if you can't even get through dinner?" - Raina's mom in "Sisters" An inquel occurring during the Smile storyline, during the Summer preceding Raina's entry into High School, Sisters concerns her family. The ups and downs of living with her sister Amara, a … Continue reading Sisters – Raina Telgemeier – Updated Version of my Amazon Review

Smile – Raina Telgemeier – Updated Version of my Amazon Review

"I didn't even know there were this many kinds of "Dontists"..." - Raina's quote in Smile Autobiographical, cathartic, and educative, Raina's comic book recounts her dental misadventures as a nasty fall made her lose her incisives, making her undergo four years of various teeth treatments. Some successful, some that weren't. While living middle school and … Continue reading Smile – Raina Telgemeier – Updated Version of my Amazon Review