Midwest Book Review: Stargazer Volume 2

by Jeff

Midwest Book Review

AUG111259 Midwest Book Review: Stargazer Volume 2Stargazer
Von Allan
Von Allan Studio
PO Box 20520
390 Rideeau Street
Ottawa, ON Canada K1N 1A3
9780978123741, $14.95, www.vonallan.com

Dedicated to finding the answers, Elora may risk her own well being. “Stargazer” is the second volume of graphic novels from Von Allan, following Elora and her two best friends Sophie and Marni as they journey to a tower, making friends with robots and other creatures who at first don’t seem so friendly. Through friendship and their own creativity, they will have to see themselves back home for adventure and much more. A fine pick for younger readers who often have daydreams of their own, “Stargazer” is an excellent and much recommended pick, not to be overlooked.


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