Aster and the Accidental Magic

Thom Pico (Author) Karensac (Illustrator)
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Description

A fun, action-packed fantasy adventure about a girl, her dog, and magic gone wrong!

Quiet . . . birds . . . nature. . . .

That's what Aster expects when her parents move their whole family to the middle of nowhere. It's just her (status: super-bored), her mom and dad (status: busy with science), her brother (status: has other plans), and . . .

. . . magic?

In her new home, Aster meets a mysterious old woman with a herd of dogs who gives her a canine companion of her own. But when she and her dog Buzz are adventuring in the forest, they run into a trickster spirit who gives Aster three wishes. After wishing for the ability to understand and talk to her dog, she becomes only able to talk in dog language . . . and the trouble she gets into is just starting.

Maybe the middle of nowhere will be more interesting than Aster thought.

"Crisp, vibrant artwork." -The AV Club

Product Details

Price
$12.99  $11.95
Publisher
Random House Graphic
Publish Date
March 03, 2020
Pages
224
Dimensions
6.2 X 0.7 X 7.9 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780593118849

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About the Author

Thom Pico was born in 1989 in Périgueux. Since then, his enthusiasm for writing has led him to a number of different projects, including theater, writing and youth workshops -- until Karensac offered to collaborate with him on their new comic book project. You can find him online at @ThomPico.

Karensac was born in 1990 in Grenoble. Always passionate about comics, her webcomic won the Angouleme New Voices prize for online work. Aster and the Accidental Magic is her first graphic novel. You can find her online at @MlleKarensac.

Reviews

"Full of sardonic asides and general whimsy, this will make readers eager to snag the promised sequel and begin rural adventures of their own." --Bulletin, starred review

"An entertaining and lighthearted fantasy." --Kirkus Reviews

"Spirited adventure and an oddball sense of humor make this a promising start to a series that will be perfect for fans of the Hilda comics." --Publishers Weekly

"Featuring simple lines and appealingly bizarre creatures, the art will entice readers." --School Library Journal