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Synopsis: This novel is a collection of stories from various authors.
Review: I thought this novel was going to be different than it was. I didn’t realize at the time it was various stories from various authors. I enjoyed some of the stories however not all of them. I really enjoyed “Missile Mouse” and “Jellaby First Snow”. Missile mouse focuses on a mouse who is in search of destroying a intergalactic object that is a threat. He ends up crash landing on a unknown planet where the locals think he is their savior. It was a fun adventerous story that I enjoyed throughly. I will most likely be reading the missile mouse series because I really enjoyed that story. I thought the animation of the story was great and the plot was sort of new and exciting. The Jellaby story was a cute story of a girl and this purple monster who experience the monster’s first time in snow. It was a story great for young children and the young at heart. The Jellaby story was my favorite out of the novel. The Jellaby series was very cute and it seemed like it would be an interesting read to look for in the future. The animatioon of the story was very nice and I thought the plot of that particular story was great. I thought most of the book was boring and not interesting to me. I would recommend this book to people who wanted to find new authors and series to read but not just to read. I would get this book from a local library. I really would not bother buying this book because the lack of any good stories was not worth thte time I spent reading it. I would give this book 2.5 out of 5 stars.
About the Author: Kazu Kibuishi (born 1978) is an American graphic novel author and illustrator. He is best known for being the creator and editor of the comic anthology Flight and for creating the webcomic Copper. He has also written (drawn) the Amulet series. The webcomic artist and noted critic Scott McCloud has said that some of Kazu Kibuishi’s work is so beautifully drawn that “it hurts my hands when I look at it”.