Zits: Shredded

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From this book, you can see why tweens really like the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books. Rarely do you find a YA book that takes comics and novels and puts them together well. It is usually one or the other. However, tweens have obviously devoured this hybrid genre, so why wouldn’t other age groups? Skeptical at first, it only took a few pages to be genuinely hooked. Not only is this book funny, but the comics themselves pair perfectly with the written test and tell a story of their own. Various topics from using Groupons, eating awful, vinyl records and even a social media junky hippie can be found here.

Although a quick read, Zits: Shredded is the perfect book to consider when you need something light to just hold you over while on the hunt for your next great novel. The characters are easy to relate too and page after page, your mouth just might start hurting from all of the grinning you’ll do. This is a no brainer, so go ahead and pick this book up!

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Author Jerry Scott, Jim Borgman, Illustrator
Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 224 pages
Publisher HarperTeen 
Publish Date 18-Feb-2014
ISBN 9780062228536
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Issue July 2014
Category Sequential Art


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