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Hasegawa Kodaka is a high school transfer student who has trouble making friends. As does his weird classmate Mikazuki Yozora, whom Kodaka discovers in lively conversation with her “air friend” (it’s like an air guitar, only a friend). Kodaka and Yozora… Read more → Boris is a robot of leisure. He is designed as an integral part of GLOMCO’s Zukunfthaus (the “house of the future”) in the Neue Vista Estates housing development and can complete all the tasks necessary to hold a swanky party:…

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Top 10 Graphic Novels 2017 As the range of children’s graphic novels expands, authors are treading new ground and tackling different topics in imaginative ways. This year, our top 10 list includes Svetlana Chmakova’s Brave, a genuinely fresh take on bullying, and Melissa Jane Osborne and Veronica Fish’s The Wendy Project, in which a traumatic accident blurs the line between reality and fantasy for a teenage girl. Katie O’Neill’s The Tea Dragon Society has a traditional feel to it, but her tale of dragons who produce magical tea is totally original. On the other end of the emotional scale, Louis Undercover is a story of parental love, alcoholism, and divorce, which may help many children realize they are not alone.

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