Great Graphics for Beginning Readers

These are the perfect graphic novels for your young reader.

Penny Star Phonics Comics

Brent H. Sudduth

Uses a comic book format to present three phonics-based stories about a girl with a love of fashion who solves mysteries involving bald models, a doppelganger, and torn dresses.

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Dino Destruction

Lee Howard

While on vacation in Costa Rica, Scooby and the gang investigate when a dinosaur projection at the National History Museum springs to life and threatens to destroy the museum's exhibits.

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Ballet Cat The Totally Secret Secret

Bob Shea

Ballet Cat and Sparkles the Pony are trying to decide what to play today. Nothing that Sparkles suggests--making crafts, playing checkers, and selling lemonade--goes well with the leaping, spinning, and twirling that Ballet Cat likes to do. When Sparkles's leaps, spins, and twirls seem halfhearted, Ballet Cat asks him what's wrong. Sparkles doesn't want to say. He has a secret that Ballet Cat won't want to hear. What Sparkles doesn't know is that Ballet Cat has a secret of her own, a totally secret secret. Once their secrets are shared, will their friendship end, or be stronger than ever?

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Alien Alert Phonics Comics

Elizabeth Jaffe

Uses a comic book format to present three phonics-based stories featuring a band of alien musicians in search of new sounds, a missing robot, and a boy who discovers his hidden identity.

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Little Mouse Gets Ready

Jeff Smith

Little Mouse gets dressed to go to the barn with his mother, brothers, and sisters.

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The Way Home (Owly #1)

Andy Runton

All Owly wants is a friend... Owly is a good-natured little owl, and he's always helping those around him. But despite his kindness, he seems to frighten would-be friends away before they even give him a chance, just because he's an owl. That all changes, though, once Owly meets Wormy. Like Owly, Wormy is in need of a good friend, too -- someone who can be counted on for a helping hand, a good laugh, and a great adventure! Through a unique blend of words and symbols, Owly can be read by the youngest readers, and is a great introduction to graphic novels!

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A Merry Scary Holiday

Lee Howard

When a road accident traps Scooby-Doo and the gang in Winter Hollow at Christmas, they must solve the case of the monster snowman that attacks all the town's chimneys.

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The Super Crazy Cat Dance

Aron Nels Steinke

Cats of all shapes, sizes, and colors populate a little girl's world and inspire her to create a crazy and kooky dance. Aron Nels Steinke's rollicking tale has cats of all shapes, sizes, and colors who populate a little girl's world and inspire her to create a crazy and kooky dance. It's the cat's meow!

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Johnny Boo Book 1: The Best Little Ghost In The World

James Kochalka

Johnny Boo is the best little ghost in the whole world, because he's got Boo Power. This means that he can go "BOO"really loudly. His pet ghost named Squiggle has Squiggle Power, which means that he can fly and do really fast loop-the-loops. Together they have the world's greatest ghost adventures! They enthusiastically frolic and roughhouse, having ghost races and drinking melted ice cream, but they often accidently hurt each other's feelings, and have to comfort and console one another. When the giant pink and yellow Ice Cream Monster bumbles into their lives, they go into a mad panic ... until they discover that he's actually quite friendly. But even though he's friendly, he's also completely wild and unpredictable, and he impulsively swallows Squiggle whole. Some wild loop-the-loops from Squiggle inside his stomach cause a bout of uncontrollable burping, and the Ice Cream Monster burps Squiggle up unscathed. But now how do they stop the burping? Johnny Boo's Boo Power does the trick, of course. Everyone ends up happy, and delighted by the adventure they had together.

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Airplane Adventure

Cari Meister, Marilyn Janovitz

Juan and Anna travel to Mexico on an airplane to see their grandmother.

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Camp Fear

Lee Howard

Working as summer counselors at Camp Kichihaha, Scooby and Shaggy are terror-stricken by a horrible swamp creature that stomps through the camp and challenges them to solve the mystery before they are swallowed up in green goo.

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Phonics Comics Monster Madness

Uses a comic book format to present three phonics-based stories about unusual monsters.

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