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If you're looking for something to sit down and read with the kids (or even just something to encourage them to read on their own) look no further. Here at Bedrock we've got a huge selection of all ages graphic novels that are sure to entice young readers. Here's our pick of the 10 top all-ages graphic novels.
Astronaut Academy Re-Entry
The wild and wacky world of Astronaut Academy is back! It's spring semester at this futuristic institution of learning, and Hakata Soy has lost his heart. Literally. And he's not the only one; something is stalking the halls of Astronaut Academy, impersonating the crush-objects of students and making off with their extra hearts! With a sprawling cast of unforgettable characters, Astronaut Academy: Re-Entry is a high-octane, hilarious follow-up to Dave Roman's zany Astronaut Academy: Zero Gravity.
Avatar the Last Airbender: the Search
For years, fans of Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra have burned with one question-what happened to Fire Lord Zuko's mother? Finding a clue at last, Zuko enlists the aid of Team Avatar-and the most unlikely ally of all-to help uncover the biggest secret of his life.
DC Super Hero Girls
Preparing for high school exams is hard enough, but at Super Hero High, even the tests are super-tough! Principal Waller keeps an eagle eye on her students, drilling them in math, science, literature-and other subjects like flying and powers! And no one wants to fail, because Principal Waller hands out detention faster than a speeding bullet. In the first-ever all ages DC Super Hero Girls original graphic novel, Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Bumblebee, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Katana, and Poison Ivy are studying hard - well, maybe not Harley Quinn - when they are each abducted by a mysterious villain! Will the students outsmart their captor, save Gotham City, and still pass their finals?
Over the Garden Wall
Based on the hit Cartoon Network miniseries created by Pat McHale, brand-new adventures await Greg and Jason Funderburker as they explore the uncharted depths of the Unknown, and pick up a few unusual friends along the way. On the other side of the forest, the Woodsman's daughter, Anna, begins her own journey and quickly learns what it takes to survive on her own, especially once she's confronted by the Beast. Collects issues #1-4 of the Eisner Award-winning, ongoing series. Jim Campbell returns to write and illustrate Greg's latest travels through the Unknown, and Anna's story is brought to life by show co-writer Amalia Levari and artist Cara McGee. "... Fun, light-hearted, kid-friendly reading that's reminiscent of the cartoon." - Bounding into Comics
Supergirl Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade
Star Wars Adventures
Brand-new Star Wars comic book stories for readers of all-ages! These new adventures make this sprawling universe more accessible than ever. Travel to a galaxy far, far away in the first volume of an all-new series as a rotating cast of characters (and creators!) journey through Star Wars history! Stories range from before the events of the first film all the way up to Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, in theaters December 2017. Characters major and minor, classic and new, expand the world of Star Wars into new territory, telling larger-than-life stories that encapsulate the breadth of the galactic struggle between good and evil for a new generation of fans. For fans of all ages and with a mix of old and new characters, Star Wars Adventures will appeal to Jedi everywhere, Master and Padawan alike! Collects issues #0-3!
Teen Titans Go! Ready for Action
In this collection based on the hit TV show, it's Teen Titans to the rescue! First, Robin, Cyborg, Starfire, Raven and Beast Boy get their powers scrambled and no one is happy; plus a special holiday issue featuring Billy Numerous! The laughter and fun returns in this volume containing TEEN TITANS GO! #19-25.
Zita the Space Girl
When Zita's best friend disappears in a puff of smoke, she doesn't even think before dashing after him. To her surprise, she finds herself on a planet she's never seen before. Alien chickens and insecure robots are weird enough as new experiences go, but Zita is more shocked to find herself cast in the role of an intergalactic hero. It looks like there's nothing for her to do but don a cape and officially become: Zita the Spacegirl!