|Author:||Richard Fairgray & Terry Jones|
On the face of things, being a tall mutant Triceratops would be an advantage. Especially if you've gone to the future and been given a state of the art ray gun to fight bad guys with. Unfortunately for Blastosaurus, this is not the case. This is the story of a mutant dinosaur making his way in the world...
Winner in the New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards 2012. Picture book category
When violence and terror slash scarlet claws through mortal lives, they leave death, ashes and an aching thirst for revenge. In ancient China, martial arts have been outlawed. When the Qing Emperor's army attacks the dissident monks of the Shaolin Temple, only five escape the resulting inferno. The fugitives flee, vowing t... read more
Witness a tale of love, fairies, and betrayal in this classic tale retold in graphic-novel format. Theseus, duke of Athens is preparing for his marriage when Hermia, and her father, Egeus, burst into his court and beg for Theseus' judgment regarding whom Hermia, Egeus' daughter, should marry. Theseus tells Hermia she must m... read more
Mel must continue her double life imprisoned within the castle of Acidulous, but now she is not alone. Satorin has been lured there by the beautiful and seductive squelp, Satoran. Although Mel's powers are growing, will they be enough to free Satorin, herself, and maybe even Captain Acidulous from Uro's ever-tightening trap? ... read more
Rue Silver's life is not what it appears to be. Her mother is a faerie, and has been taken back to the faerie realm. As Rue goes to bring her back, she must travel deep into an inhuman world.
|Series:||Manga Darren Shan|
The amazing manga retelling of Darren Shan's international best-selling vampire saga, with illustrations by Japanese artist Takahiro Arai. Darren joins the vampire, Mr Crepsley, as his assistant and they return to the Cirque du Freak. There, Darren makes friends with the snake-boy, Evra Von (who knows what Darren has become)... read more
Lat's Kampung Boy is a timeless favourite of millions of readers in Southeast Asia. With masterful economy worthy of Charles Schultz, Lat recounts the life of Mat, a Muslim boy growing up in rural Malaysia in the 1950s: his adventures and mischief-making, fishing trips, religious education, and work on his family's rubber pla... read more
After a boy at school takes his own life, teen-witch Skim's fragile world seems to topple and turn upside down too. In witty, moving and painfully honest diary entries Skim confides the frenzy of grief that surrounds her, while deep down she struggles with her own loneliness and the secret inner stirrings she feels when falli... read more
The battle for Vermonia continues in this graphic tale with great manga artwork. The four friends go on a journey of discovery to find their true warrior spirits in an epic battle to save the planet of Vermonia. Evil Lord Uro's soldiers have kidnapped and imprisoned Mel far away from her friends, Naomi, Doug and Jim and far ... read more
As the only exception to the Japan Ballet Association's scholarship program, underdog dancer Hijiri Masumi trains hard every day with other students who have all won the right to train under the best dance instructors. Because Masumi's technique leaves much to be desired, master instructor and genius dancer Alexei Sergeiev de... read more
Manami Minami doesn't know a lot about "Chaos," a trading card game that is very popular among the kids at her school. Her cousin Tamotsu -- one of the leading players in Japan -- accompanies her to a card store so she can purchase a beginner's set. But when that set contains "Sahgan The Sorcerer," rarest of all Chaos cards, ... read more
Second in an exciting new graphic-novel quartet for teenagers by renowned comic book artist Mark Crilley. It's summer, and Miki's relationship with Hiro is hotting up! As Miki is drawn further into Hiro's world, she starts to learn the reality of his delivering job. When Hiro takes the flame of love from a couple at school ... read more
First of an exciting new graphic-novel quartet for teenagers by renowned comic book artist Mark Crilley.
1573... Margot became the Queen of Navarre against her will. Neglected and cheated on by an unfaithful husband. Spied on by her mother. Manipulated by her two brothers, Alencon and Anjou (both of whom dream of succeeding the King of France, ) Margot exists but is not truly living. Yet love finds the young Queen. Comte de la M... read more
As the world spins out of control into World War II, Robert and his family wrestle with the challenges it presents. Robert offers his apartment to German-Jewish refugees, Artie intends to join up as soon as the fighting breaks out, their mother despairs that another war will lead to more death in her family, and Robert's comm... read more
This is the third thrilling episode in this magical Manga series. General Uro's reign of terror continues to spread through the whole of Turtle Realm. The three skateboarders from the distant planet of Blue Star - Doug, Naomi and Jim - are brought to a village burning to a cinder under the command of evil Uro. Naomi must be... read more
Who say dating a vampire is easy? Raven's nocturnal romance with her immortal love, Alexander, is definitely dicey, but even more so with Alexander's meddling half-vamp cousin in town. Black and white Manga graphic novel.
A humorous collection of stories written and illustrated by Rolf Heimann, which feature a canny cabbage, who outwits a hungry rabbit, a snail's quest for TV stardom, two bored meteors contemplating a trip to Earth, and more.