Hi everyone! I hope you’ve had a very wonderful and booky summer! (Speaking of summer…NOOOOO IT’S ALMOST OVER AND I HAVE TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL IN ABOUT A WEEK!!!!)
Anyway, let’s just enjoy the precious little time we have left and read some books. Man, it went by so fast…
I hope you enjoy my book review! (Also, ignore the corny title of the book. The book itself makes up for it.)
Page by Paige
Paige Turner has always been the odd one out in her family, born to two authors (hence the name, Paige Turner *ba dum TSSSSS*). But Paige has always had her head in the clouds-or her sketchbook. And now, she and her family are moving to New York. Paige simultaneously explores the big city and the thoughts in her head, sketching everything down and following the rules and tips her artist grandmother laid out for her. Paige soon finds three friends-Jules, Longo, and Gabe-but can she summon the courage to reveal her artist self?
I just LOVED Page by Paige! It’s probably one of my favorite graphic novels I’ve read this year (up there with Nimona). The art style is wonderful, and the character of Paige is very relatable for me, personally. Artist or not, you’re sure to love this book.
Thank you so much for reading, and have a wonderful day!
(Also, I really just want to put a few gifs here because I just rewatched Hellboy II-The Golden Army on Sunday…)
*high pitched voice* I’m not a baby, I’m a tumor…
(I swear I’m normal…)