By Jeffrey Brown. Published by Random House Graphic.
Softcover, 256 pages, B&W, 2020.
From the author of the New York Times bestselling Jedi Academy books comes the first in a hilarious space-themed graphic novel series.
Jide and Petra are just two normal kids until they are selected to leave Earth and join their new alien classmates on an intergalactic research mission to Mars. Too bad Petra has no idea how she ended up in the program, seeing as the closest she wants to get to space is being a sci-fi writer. Jide, on the other hand, is the brains of the mission, but his helicopter parents make it clear he hasn’t left their gravitational pull behind quite yet.
What is meant to be an intra-species bonding experience soon turns to hijinx as the kids discover The Potato orbiting around their new space classroom and accidentally launch a mission of their own without any adult commanders around to supervise–or help!
From New York Times bestselling author Jeffery Brown comes an out-of-this-world adventure perfect for the astronaut in training in your life.
Praise for Once Upon a Space-Time!:
“A cavalcade of fun.” –Publishers Weekly
“Another great addition from Brown. Middle grade readers will anxiously await the next installment.” –School Library Journal
“Brimming over with ideas, humor, and the author’s infectious excitement. . . . Primed to please the growing legions of young graphic novel fans.” –Booklist
Praise for Lucy & Andy Neanderthal:
A Junior Library Guild Selection
A New York Public Library Best 50 Books for Kids Pick
A Chicago Public Library Best of the Best List Pick
A National Parenting Product Award Winner
“Kids will learn a great deal about the Neanderthals while laughing their way through the story. Brown demonstrates a depth of knowledge of the subject, with a few winking anachronisms.” -School Library Journal
“Lucy & Andy are Stone Age rock stars! I loved this book!” -Lincoln Peirce, author of the Big Nate series
“Jeffrey Brown returns from a galaxy far, far away to bring us a whole new slew of kid-friendly characters! Just beware of mammoth dung!” -Keith Knight, cartoonist of Jake the Fake and The Knight Life