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All At Sea: Should Your Kids Be Reading ‘Tamsin and The Deep’?

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Can you feel a mystical fog sweeping across the sky, or is it just me? In Neill Cameron and Kate Brown's Tamsin and The Deep, it gets hard to tell the difference between reality and fantasy.

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Detectives and Drag Races: Should My Kids Be Reading ‘Goldie Vance’? [Kids’ Comics]

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Welcome to Crossed Palms Resort, your comfortable and cool (read: air-conditioned) home-away-from-home for your vacation in the Floridian sun. We offer gourmet dining, a private beach, and — what's that? That sound of burning rubber? No, no, don't worry. That's just our resident mischief-maker and meddlesome detective, Goldie Vance.

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Just Outside of Trolberg: Should Your Kids Be Reading ‘Hilda’? [Kids’ Comics]

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Imagine you're a kid, and you and your mom live on the edge of a forest by a mountain. Your mom works from home, so you've got lots to do outside of schoolwork. So what do you do? Well, if you're the curious, blue-haired Hilda, you tromp around nature, drawing and running into trolls, invisible elves, house spirits and all sorts of things. All accompanied by your faithful companion, the reindeer-dog Twig.

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BOO Power! Should My Kids Be Reading ‘Johnny Boo’? [Kids’ Comics]

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There are a lot of kids' stories about ghosts. There are a lot of kids' stories about friendship. But what if there was a kids' comic about ghosts... who are friends?!? That's what James Kochalka's Johnny Boo books are about and they're delightful, combining simple stories, good lessons, colorful artwork, goofy humor, and ghosts and monsters, to create an appealing series of tales that can be laughed over and read again and again.

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Super-Bad vs Super-Dad: Should Your Kids Be Reading ‘Captain Ultimate?’ [Kids’ Comics]

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It’s Kids’ Week at ComicsAlliance! As the summer draws to a close and young comics fans get ready to go back to school, we’re presenting a week of articles focused on great kids’ comics, including comics recommendations for younger readers. Hey! Kids’ comics!

In Benjamin Bailey, Joey Esposito and Boy Akkerman’s Captain Ultimate, evil flourishes when good heroes go bad, and good flourishes when one single kid believes in the greatest, most noble superhero of all.

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Boundless Spirit: Should My Kids Be Reading ‘Nenetl of The Forgotten Spirits’? [Kids’ Comics]

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A fantastical journey through an eerie otherworld, Nenetl of the Forgotten Spirits is a memorable adventure that draws inspiration from Mexico’s Day of The Dead festival.

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To Be Brave and Strong: Should Your Kids Be Reading ‘Lumberjanes?’ [Kids’ Comics]

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It's Kids' Week at ComicsAlliance! As the summer draws to a close and young comics fans get ready to go back to school, we're presenting a week of articles focused on great kids' comics, including comics recommendations for younger readers. Hey! Kids' comics!

Lumberjanes is a fantastical young adult comic that debuted April 2014 from the Boom Box imprint of Boom Studios, created by Grace Ellis and Shannon Watters. The series follows five adventurous girls --- who are all completely different --- in a camp where nothing is what it seems.

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High Tech High Adventure: Should My Kids Be Reading ‘Mega Robo Bros’?

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When you look at the sheer range and number of original stories being told in comics form today, it’s hard to imagine a better time to be a comics reader. With Should I Be Reading… ?, ComicsAlliance hopes to offer you a guide to some of the best original ongoing comics being published today. Sometimes the best comics out there are aimed at younger readers, so we’re also here to help you pick out some of the best comics for kids.

Mega Robo Bros tells the story of a young boy bullied at school for being a robot. He's got a shy little crush on Prince Eustace, the heir to the throne, and he's very protective of his lil bro Freddy --- but really, it's only the two of them in the whole wide world who are cybernetic lifeforms so highly advanced that it's taken for granted that they're actually people. Right?

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Warm Hearts & Fuzzy Fury: Should My Kids Be Reading ‘Bunny Vs. Monkey’?

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When you look at the sheer range and number of original stories being told in comics form today, it’s hard to imagine a better time to be a comics reader. With Should I Be Reading… ?, ComicsAlliance hopes to offer you a guide to some of the best original ongoing comics being published today. Sometimes the best comics out there are aimed at younger readers, so we're also here to help you pick out some of the best comics for kids.

Did you know that bunnies actually hate monkeys? It's true. We think it's because they're jealous of all that literary success. And that's why, year-round, bunnies and monkeys are at war. (But there may be a little more to it than this...)

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