Graphic Novel Review: Babymouse Dragonslayer

Graphic Novel Review: Babymouse DragonslayerBabymouse Dragonslayer by Jennifer L. Holm, Matthew Holm
Series: Babymouse #11
Published by Random House LLC on 2009
Genres: Graphic Novel
Pages: 91

Babymouse has been asked to join the Mathletes in order to erase some of her worst grades in Math class. Only thing is, she's not very good at math. Will she be able to gain enough math skills in order to help her fellow mathletes win back the Golden Slide Rule for their school?

Another fun adventure with Babymouse! There are a ton of awesome literary references in this graphic novel, including The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe and Lord of the Rings. Of course, Felicia Furrypaws is the Witch in that daydream. I have to say watching all of the fantasy daydreams was great fun. Again, you really have to laugh at all the daydreams that Babymouse has – what an imagination!

You’re always rooting for Babymouse and she never seems to lack confidence for too long before bouncing back to her normal self. A great series for struggling readers and lovers of graphic novels.

Definitely a must-read!!


6 responses to “Graphic Novel Review: Babymouse Dragonslayer

  1. I just finished Babymouse 12, and it’s just as good. though I have to say 10 is my favorite so far, but I am a musical nut too, so there you go. 🙂

  2. misskallie2000

    I love Babymouse.. I had not heard of them until this review. Very cute and if you are down in the dumps one of these could lift you up. Thanks for the great reveiw.

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