• Pocket Peaches

    July 26, 2023
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    There's a mysterious new cat, Taro, in Peaches's neighborhood, and Peaches wants to be her friend. Pocket Peaches is an adorable, colorful graphic novel that is a perfect cozy tale with heart-warming laugh-out-loud moments.

    Peaches and her pals Mango and Pogi all live in a cozy town called Pocketon. When a new cat, Taro, moves in, Peaches is on a mission to befriend her. The only thing is, Taro loves all things spooky, and Peaches does not. Can Peaches find a way to become friends despite their differences? Join Peaches and pals as they navigate friendships, debate over the perfect amount of frosting, and learn the value of being yourself. This full-color graphic novel is great for young readers beginning their graphic novel journey and graphic novel enthusiasts alike. It also features a Dyslexia-friendly font.

    Critique

    Dora Wang's Pocket Peaches is a fun graphic novel that is ideal for young readers, teenagers, and adults who enjoy comic strips and anime. The plot revolves around Peaches, a curious and outgoing cat who is determined to make friends with the new girl in town. Peaches, who dislikes spooky stuff and scary movies, finds her a bit of a challenge. Despite their differences, the two cats become friends as they learn to appreciate each other's unique personalities.

    The novel is full of pleasant and funny scenes. Wang's artwork is both charming and expressive, and the story is guaranteed to capture young readers' imaginations.

    It's remarkable how the book delves into the issues of friendship and acceptance. Peaches and Taro are two very different cats that can find common ground and become friends. This is a great message for young readers who are having difficulty establishing friendships with those who are different from them.

    The book's approach to the subject of fear is cleverly presented. Taro likes spooky things, whereas Peaches is terrified of them. The author makes no attempt to convince readers that they should or should not be frightened of scary things. Instead, she shows how Peaches may overcome her fear and learn to love what makes Taro unique.

    An entertaining mini graphic novel, full of cute and relatable characters, which will surely delight readers and teach them about friendship and acceptance. Highly recommended.

    Review copy provided by Andrews McMeel Publishing @ Edelweiss
    Publisher: ‎ Andrews McMeel Publishing (September 26, 2023)
    Language: ‎ English
    Hardcover: ‎ 80 page
    ISBN-13: ‎ 978-1524878641
    Reading age: ‎ 6 - 10 years

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