Rock Man (Age 9): Happy Happy Clover is a book about four little bunnies named Clover, Shallot, Kale, and Mallow. They are always causing mischief in their home at Crescent Forest. Clover is excited and funny, Kale is kind and athletic, Mallow is thoughtful and compassionate, Shallot loves books and is an outstanding student. I think that it is okay for all ages. The story and art is by Sayuri Tatsuyama. The book is funny and adventurous. I really like it. The book is separated by little adventures that all tie into each other. The art is manga. Manga art looks like someone printed it out on a computer.
Dadō says: An anime (cartoon) version of Happy Happy Clover was produced in Japan, but it is unavailable in the US. Hey, at least we have these cool comics for kids!
More Happy Happy Clover:
Happy Happy Clover, Vol. 2
Happy Happy Clover, Vol. 3
Happy Happy Clover, Vol. 4
Happy Happy Clover, Vol. 5
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Dadō (Age 44): If you’re a regular CC4K reader, then you already know that we’re big fans of Zita the Spacegirl. In fact, at the time of writing this article, Zita holds the number five spot in our Top Five — so our readers agree! Okay, so here’s the good news and the bad news. The bad news is that Volume 3 of the Zita trilogy, The Return of Zita the Spacegirl, is planned to be the final volume of the series. Boo! The good news is that we don’t have to wait until May 13, 2014 to get a glimpse of Zita’s return. Yay! Head on over to Boing Boing (be aware of adult content on the site) and check out their exclusive preview!
Rock Man (Age 9): I think that the graphic novel Whistle! is a good book for ages eight and up because the younger kids might not understand the book. This book is about a Japanese kid named Sho and his junior high soccer team. The story is about them playing soccer and helping each other out with problems about school, soccer, and family. They participate in all sorts of tournaments and play all sorts of teams. There are twenty four books in this series. I am on the tenth book and I LOVE IT!!!! I love it because I love soccer, and I want to be as good as Sho. The story and art is by Daisuke Higuchi. The art is manga. Manga art is a lot like anemia.
More Whistle!: There are 24 volumes in the Whistle! series. Find them on Amazon!
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Terios (Age 12): The Flying Beaver Brothers graphic novel is hilarious! It is about two brothers, who just happen to be beavers. The brothers are nap loving Bub, and fast thinking Ace. The main setting is Beaver Island. My favorite book in the series is The Flying Beaver Brothers and The Mud-Slinging Moles, because it is even funnier then all the rest of the books. The art style is black and white with one other color, the first two books are black, white, and green, the third book is black, white, and orange, and the forth book is black, white, and purple. I think that it is good for all ages. I would read them in order because if you don’t it will probably be confusing.
Dadō says: You can find free previews of these cool comics for kids at the website of author Maxwell Eaton III!
More Flying Beaver Brothers:
The Flying Beaver Brothers and the Fishy Business
The Flying Beaver Brothers: Birds vs. Bunnies
The Flying Beaver Brothers and the Mud-Slinging Moles
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