Musical chairs anyone?
"I'm going to win. Get up. Come on get moving. It's game on!!!
Authored by Lee Nordling
Illustrated by Scott Roberts
Ages : 5-8
Grade Levels : K-3
Unwrapping some fun illustrations for you to peek at
About the book
This is the second volume of the "Game for Adventures" series of wordless graphic novels for early readers. The book by two-time Eisner nominee Lee Nordling and artist Scott Rogers renders a winning combination of action and fun as a gymnasium is transformed into a colourful obstacle course sprinkled with magic.
The strong characters and storyline is up to the reader to write in their imaginations so it will be unique to each person. The colour pallet depicts a fantasy background letting the reader know that the kids have left the realistic gym and it's game on.
Belinda is gung-ho to go and her best friend, Barbara is shy and retiring. They proceed to the gym where the teacher switches on music and all the kids partake in the fun exercise of musical chairs. Will their friendship last through the running of this difficult and very competitive obstacle course? Find out what is more important to the girls... their friendship or winning the race.
Storywraps Rating.... 5 HUGS!!!!!
Meet the author
Two-time Eisner nominee Lee Nordling is an award-winning writer, editor, and creative director who has worked on staff at Disney Publishing, DC Comics, and Nickelodeon Magazine. His book The Bramble won the 2013 Moonbeam Gold Medal for Picture Books (ages 4-8), and BirdCatDog, an Eisner Award nominee, was chosen by Kirkus Reviews as one of the best children's books of 2014, and won the Moonbeam Spirit Award for Imagination. The third book in his Three-Story Book series, SheHeWe, was a 2016 Eisner Award nominee. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, Cheri, and numerous pets that earn their kibble by offering inspiration.
Scott Roberts (also known as Thomas Scott Roberts) is a writer and cartoonist. He's the creator of the comic Patty-Cake and the author of the fantasy novel The Troubling Stone. He lives in Delaware with his wife, two step-kids, and two dogs.
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