Review: Heartstopper Vol. 3 by Alice Oseman

Trigger Warnings: References to bullying, eating disorder, self-harm, forced outing, homophobia, denial of bisexuality This is Chapter 4 from the webcomic. I love this series! Like the previous books, I couldn’t put this one down once I started reading it. Nick and Charlie are finally officially dating!! They are headed to Paris for an end … More Review: Heartstopper Vol. 3 by Alice Oseman

Review: The Beauty of Being a Beast by Jennifer Estep

“There was a beauty, a freedom, in being a beast.” Lady Griselle Mottern is cursed into a wolflike beast because of the misdeeds of her ancestors. With only a few days left to break the curse, Griselle finds fighting to save the village from raiders.  I really loved this short story. This was a great … More Review: The Beauty of Being a Beast by Jennifer Estep

Review: Temple Grandin: How the Girl Who Loved Cows Embraced Autism and Changed the World by Sy Montgomery

Temple Grandin is a woman who changed the world of livestock industry. She advocated for better conditions for livestock animals and humane ways to kill them. She is also an advocate for autism and shows how autistic people can contribute to society.  I first learned about Temple in college and I remember watching a short … More Review: Temple Grandin: How the Girl Who Loved Cows Embraced Autism and Changed the World by Sy Montgomery

ARC Review: History Comics: The National Parks: Preserving America’s Wild Places by Falynn Koch

This was an informative graphic novel that takes us through the history of national parks, with Bigfoot as the narrator. It starts with the creation of the very first national park, Yellowstone, and leads to the creation of the National Park Service (NPS).  I enjoyed this graphic novel but it was a bit chaotic at … More ARC Review: History Comics: The National Parks: Preserving America’s Wild Places by Falynn Koch