The Sisters, Volume 6: Hurricane Maureen

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The clever, energetic, crazy, Maureen constantly annoys her calm, secretive, sister, Wendy. In Hurricane Maureen, you can watch the two squabbling sisters drive one another crazy. A new cause of trouble is Wendy’s tree. The elder sister always says, “Get away from my tree! Get away from my tree!” Similar to the first in the series, this graphic novel is mediocre. It is really funny but doesn’t have much substance. It is mainly short stories, riddled with silly fights. I think it is badly written, even for a graphic novel. The book is good for all ages, especially siblings that fight. I think libraries could stock it as part of a series, but alone it is nothing special. It is not educational and is no good for early readers. People who like comical books might like it, but I would not recommend it. If you want a book in this genre, I think you would do better with Raina Telgemeier’s work.

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Author Cazenove & William
Star Count 2.5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 98 pages
Publisher Papercutz
Publish Date 2020-Sep-29
ISBN 9781545804957
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Issue February 2021
Category Sequential Art - Kids


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