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Snow and Sorcery: The Cardboard Kingdom, Book 3

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Snowy fun and frenemies in 3rd graphic novel installment.

Snow and Sorcery book cover: Groups of kids prepare for snow battles

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This imagination-fueled romp in the snow is also really thoughtfully constructed for middle grade readers to reflect on friendship, and what it means to follow or lead. Snow and Sorcery's chapters are narrated from different kids perspectives written by seven other contributing authors, which could get confusing, but Chad Sell's lively, expressive art pulls the threads together in a satisfying, unified way. Frequently funny and often heartwarming, Snow and Sorcery will appeal to a wide audience, perfect for any season.

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