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Comic Books for Kids

Comic Books for Kids

Comic books for kids are a great way for kids to get interested in reading. The category of kids comic books combines a few different reading age levels. You will find that popular comic books are geared from the age of 6 and up. Kids comic books are especially useful if your child is not interested in reading. The art work in popular comic books are simply amazing. It will grasp your childs attention immediately. Every child loves to watch cartoons. What comic books for kids does is puts the cartoon on paper. Kids comic books are great for enhancing a childs imagination. Once the comic books for kids has your childs attention, they will want to find out what is happening in that issue. Your child will be mesmorized by the superb graphics along with text that will encourage your child to read. Just like magic, PRESTO. Your child is actually reading a comic book. Check out our blog page, we are posting new information on a weekly basis. We have also posted informational articles that will help you make an informed decision on what your child may need. You can find these articles on our articles page. Remember to check ChildrenBooks2U regularly as we are updating products regularly.

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#1 Stone Soup: The First Collection of the Syndicated Cartoon Strip (Syndicated Cartoon Stone Soup)What is a real family life like? Nowadays days it is bound to be like the lovable group in Stone Soup. Stone Soup is a funny, irreverent and sympathetic comic strip that is read by more than 8 million people on a daily basis. This first collection, with the forward by Lynn Johnston, creator of "For Better or For Worse", will help you find the humor in modern family. Comic books for kids is a great way to get your child on the path to reading.
1,000 Comic Books You Must Read (Hard Cover)The volume of stunning artistry and memorable characters in this one-of-a-kind guide is staggering, and entices both avid collectors and casual fans. Readers will find comic books from various genres, produced between 1930 and the present, each represented by its cover and background details including publisher, year of imprint, series and issue numbers, intriguing story notes and the reason it was chosen for this unique book.
101 Things To Do With A Mosquito (Paper Back)At last, someone has thought of ways to deal with the dreaded mosquito. Ed Fischer has come up with 101 ingenious, almost diabolical plots. Learn, laugh and share. Surrender is not an option!
2010 Comic Book Checklist & Price Guide (Paper Back)No other guide on the market covers the volume of comic book listings and range of eras as this does, in an easy to use checklist format. Readers can access listings for 130,000 comics, issued since 1961, complete with name, cover date, creator information and near mint pricing. With superhero art on the cover and collecting details from the experts at America's longest running magazine about comics inside, there is nothing that compares.
27 Years of Shoe: World Ends at Ten, Details at Eleven (Paper Back)Shoe is cartooning at its best. The strip captures issues and ideas that speak to a wide and diverse audience. It conveys volumes through its humor and simple lines. The First 27 Years of Shoe: World Ends at Ten, Details at Eleven exhibits that clarity and cartooning essence in frame after frame, strip after strip. The first Shoe collection of Jeff MacNelly and company's works since 1994. This book is a delight from Dave Barry's foreword to Mike Peters's "backward."Edited by Chris Cassatt and Su
30 Years of Laughs & Lasagna: The Life & Times of a Fat, Furry Legend! (Hard Cover)When the world’s most famous feline hits the three-decade milestone it’s time to celebrate! 30 Years of Laughs & Lasagna is a tribute to this tremendous achievement. Organized by decade, each with an introduction by Jim Davis, this lavishly illustrated volume features more than four hundred strips, including thirty of Jim Davis’s all-time favorites with informative remarks from Jim on why they made the grade.
Abs Of Steel, Buns Of Cinnamon (Paper Back)The saga of one woman's quest for romance, career fulfillment, and the perfect bowl of double-fudge ice cream. Millions of women have commiserated with America's favorite frustrated female as she struggles with dieting, work, and romance in a world filled with chocolate, evil bosses, and the ever present opposite sex. Abs of Steel, Buns of Cinnamon is filled with some of the funniest comic strips that follow every woman's frazzled friend as she battles everything.
Al Capp's Complete Shmoo: The Comic Books (Hard Cover)First appearing in Al Capp's "Li'l Abner" comic strip in 1948, the oddly shaped (and happily edible) Shmoo became an overnight phenomenon, spawning an unprecedented merchandising frenzy in the late '40s and 50s. As part of the Dark Horse Archives series, ALL Shmoo comic book appearances are being collected for the first time ever in a deluxe hardcover edition! In addition to every issue of Shmoo Comics from 1949 and 1950, rare bonus stories, and Shmoo centric advertisements from yesteryear.
American History Comic BooksTwelve Reproducible Comic Books With Activities Guaranteed to Get Kids Excited About Key Events and People in American History
Angry Little GirlsOur girlfriends are the coolest people we know, but they can also be the angriest, craziest, gloomiest, meanest and most disenchanted people we have ever been around.
Art for Kids: Comic Strips: Create Your Own Comic Strips from Start to Finish (Hard Cover)Kids love comic strips… and now they can devise their own imaginative illustrations and stories with the help of a professional artist who designs for the Cartoon Network. He provides advice on the basic tools and materials; demonstrates how to construct bodies and faces; explains how to come up with appealing characters and build an ensemble cast; and provides ideas for fine tuning the finished work with proper inking techniques, shading, and color use.
Batman Heads or Tails (Paper Back)Batman is called to the rescue once again. This time it is to stop Two-Face and his goons from stealing a load of gold coins, but after Two Face tries to escape Batman's hunt, the rescue gets intense. Join Batman as he tracks down Two Face and his gold stealing goons in Batman Heads or Tails.
Batman Race Against Crime (Paper Back)When the Joker drops a clue saying that he will attack at midnight Commissioner Gordon calls Batman. Midnight is only two hours away, but what mischief is he up to? Can Batman figure it out in time?
Big Rig: Comic Tales from a Long Haul Trucker (Paper Back)Come along for a ride with big rig truckers in "Big Rig Comic Tales from a Long Haul Trucker " veteran trucker Don McTavish will take you on some eye popping highly comical road trips.
Comic Book Bible (Paper Back)Hey kids, get a new perspective on scripture with The Comic Book Bible, a colorfully illustrated, cartoon treatment of the most important book of all.
Comic Book Century: The History of American Comic Books (People's History)Grades 5-9 Krensky intersperses capsule summaries of comics mainstays with glimpses of the decades that changed the commercial desires of the audiences who read and connected with these characters. The text is intended for those with less than a passing familiarity with U.S. history and curiously summarizes events like the Great Depression and the origin story of Captain Marvel with equal dispatch.
Comic Con: 40 Years of Artists, Writers, Fans, And Friends (Hard Cover)A veteran science fiction author with side talents for poetry, plays and screenwriting, Ray Bradbury has had a long career of provoking thought and a compelling uneasiness in generations of readers. But rather than create worlds made for escape, Bradbury refracts his own foibles through other worldly prisms.
Commies, Cowboys, and Jungle Queens: Comic Books and America, 1945-1954 (Paper Back)Comic books crystallize the social and political problems of a troubled period in American culture. An extremely charming, informative, and funny work. The book is entertaining and scholarly at the same time. Rather than couch these now amusing texts in dry analysis, Savage uses a playful style that helps to communicate the absurdity of both era and context.
How to Draw Dynamic Comic Books (Paper Back)Among the few comics artists to be featured on a US Postage Stamp, Rich Buckler is one of the best-known comic-book artists: He's drawn groundbreaking runs on Fantastic Four, Avengers, Spectacular Spider-Man, X-Men, Teen Titans, and more. Even Stan Lee says, "From the time he drew his first assignments for Marvel Comics, I've been one of his biggest fans. There are few people better qualified to write a book on the subject than Rich Buckler!"
Making Comic Books (Boys Rock!) (Library Binding)This book explains how a comic book is made, from initial script through storyboards and the inking of the illustrations, through the final lettering of speech balloons.
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