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Kitty Sweet Tooth Makes a Movie

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I thought that this book had some excellent illustrations!

They were lovely and they brought the story to life

The story was a fun read but it was a little lacking for the age range that the book is aimed at and I think it was a tad mixed the words used didn’t always suit the images

It is 3.5 stars from me for this one rounded up to 4 stars for Goodreads and Amazon
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Thank you Netgalley for letting me read and review this graphic novel. It's a cute comic for kids, about Kitty and her friends making a movie. The art style is adorable and I love all of the colors and outfits. She is kind and creative, and hard-working. I think this is a great read for kids.
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Mini Review: This was an adorable graphic novel! The art style was vibrant, and colorful. This is a cute, fun graphic novel that I would definitely recommend reading!

I received an e-ARC from the publisher.
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This book was so fun!! I loved the travels, the magic, the technology. I appreciated the fact that the fashion designer was a male and the scientist was a female. <3 
Great artwork, cute characters. I would buy this for kids in my life. Or even for myself!
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ARC COpy...Even I enjoyed it myself and found it to be a fun journey around different alien worlds others may find it unsatisfying + "flat" on grounds, Kitty and Crew seem to have it too easy on this journey. The crew magically seem to have a technological solution at every turn/situation (along with riding in a luxury transport) and didn't feel much of an emotional dip as journeys usually entail. Still as very colourful, creative, and light adventure read,it was fun.
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This graphic novel is sure to be a hit with young readers! Kitty Sweet Tooth enjoys watching (and making) movies and delicious sweet treats, she decides to combine these passions by making a movie about her mission to find the greatest ingredients. Told in graphic novel format, readers are able to follow the story both through pictures and text. I love the font choice for this book, often the text in graphic novels are in very small font and sometimes even fonts that are difficult to read or too crowded on a page (ie. multiple speech bubbles), but this book is much more carefully crafted. Each set of text is in black font on white backgrounds, the font is a very clean and simple font and the amount and spacing of text is very accessible. There are also only about 2-5 images per page rather than some graphic novels that have several squished on a page, which will help the reader slow down and really take in the images, as that is a huge part of the storytelling. I can definitely see this book in my classroom library and I think that my students would love it. I would recommend this book to parents and teachers of children in the age 6-10 range who are ready to move on from picture books but are not quite ready for longer texts like novels or need the pictures to help understand the story. Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read and review this book!
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This is the second book in this graphic novel series. I did not read the first one and I definitely think that there are things I missed. They mention learning spells which must have happened in the first book. I don't think a child will be completely lost reading this even if they haven't read the first one. I liked the colorful fun illustrations and the story was cute. My biggest problem with this book is that the story and look of it are geared more toward a younger audience, however, the text and vocabulary are well above that age range. For this reason, I'm not sure who the intended audience actually is. Those that could read it independently are likely to find it immature for them. It was a fun read, though.
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