Lily's Lucky Leotard

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Capstone, Jan 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 25 pages
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These books are the perfect introduction to the world of safe, appealing graphic novels. Each story uses familiar topics, repeating patterns, and core vocabulary words appropriate for a beginning reader. Combine the entertaining story with comic book panels, exciting action elements, and bright colors and a safe graphic novel is born. A useful chart will teach the reader how to follow the graphic format, and the discussion questions at the end are the perfect review tool.
  

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Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Copyright

About the author (2009)

Cari Meister has written more than a hundred books for children, including the "Tiny" series (Penguin) and the "Meet the Monsters" series (Stone Arch Books). She has received many awards for her books. Most recently, "Airplane Adventure" (Stone Arch Books), was named to "Parents" magazine Best Books for 2010. Cari has been fascinated by the night sky ever since she can remember. Her love of space and stars led her to Space Camp when she was growing up. Today, Cari lives in the mountains of Colorado, with her husband, four boys, two horses and one dog.

Born in Hong Kong and raised in Philadelphia, Jannie Ho studiedillustration at Parsons School of Design in New York. Also known asChicken Girl, Jannie has been drawing ever since she can remember. Now shecreates humorous illustrations for books and magazines. Much of her workand style has been inspired by Japanese and retro art. Her books includeThe Haunted Ghoul Bus (Sterling, 2008), written by Lisa Trumbauer, TheMixed-Up Alphabet (Scholastic, 2007), written by Steve Metzger, and ThePenguins' Perfect Picnic (Innovative Kids, 2007), written by Trish Rabe.

Growing up in a small town with no cable (and parents who were teachers), reading was the only thing to do. Since then, Christianne Jones has read about a bazillion books and written more than 50. Christianne works as an editor and lives in Minnesota with her husband and three daughters.

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