E-Book Recommendations: New Titles

We last did a posting of new titles on May 28, but the OWWL2Go wizards have added in an amazing 416 magazines and book titles since that time. Wow! Here are just a few of them.

Football and Its Greatest Players

Anyone who has experienced the thrill of watching his or her team win on Super Bowl Sunday will recognize the exhilaration that the game of football generates. Gridiron football is a complex game that demands both tactical ability and physical skill. This enthralling volume outlines the history and rules of American football, chronicles the rise of some of its greatest players, and illustrates how the game has become such a beloved cultural phenomenon.

You Can Do a Graphic Novel

A guide to creating graphic novels — presented in the form of a graphic novel — from a veteran in the field! In You Can Do a Graphic Novel, Barbara Slate guides aspiring graphic novelists through the same process she learned in her early days working for Marvel and DC Comics — a process she has simplified for the classes she teaches. Written in the form of a graphic novel itself, the book covers all the components and shows readers how to: * Find their own drawing style regardless of ability * Create memorable characters, compelling plots and subplots, and engaging dialog * Traverse the graphic novel business.

The Lost Key

At Sifu Faiza’s Kung Fu School, kids learn to be strong and fast. They also learn to be smart, cool-headed, and honest. So Joy, Adam, Sam, and Amy are surprised when the key to the school is stolen—as well as all their kung fu gear. Now they’ll have to use all kinds of calculations—addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division—to figure out the clues, follow the thieves, and find . . . The Lost Key.

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