Graphic Novel Review: Fashion Kitty and the Unlikely Hero

Graphic Novel Review: Fashion Kitty and the Unlikely HeroFashion Kitty and the Unlikely Hero by Charise Mericle Harper
Published by Disney Electronic Content on October 4th 2009
Genres: Graphic Novel
Pages: 112

Fashion Kitty is experiencing a bit of a slump. Lately, there haven't been as many fashion emergencies to solve. But when the principal of her school makes a new rule that everyone has to wear boring school unforms, Fashion Kitty will finally be able to put her fashion talents to use. But what if some kitties don't want her help?

Fashion Kitty and the Unlikely Hero was cute and entertaining. I love Kiki’s positive interactions with her family and schoolmates. Her family is understanding about her superhero powers and support her through all of her activities. The story is pretty basic and a fun one at that – which will make these graphic novels easier for younger kids to read. The style of the illustrations remind me a little bit of Babymouse, only with full colors. Overall, something I would like to see in my own school library.

Recommended for 2nd Grade and up.



Kristen is the co-blog owner of The Book Monsters. Kristen is an Elementary School Library Media Specialist in the Chicago suburbs who loves reading. Why else would she be a librarian?

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3 responses to “Graphic Novel Review: Fashion Kitty and the Unlikely Hero

  1. psychics

    by ultra do you mean ulta? no, they dont sell mac though:/ only department stores, mac stores, and the mac website sell it. i personally like saint germain better though.. i would try it on at the store first, because i think its a hard to pull off, so you might just wanna be sure you really like it first

  2. I’m really enjoying seeing all your reviews of the books we read for the Cybils GN nominees! I wasn’t too taken with this one at the time with my judging hat on but I agree it’s an easy bit of fun little girls will especially like.

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