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Black Sand Beach Vol 1 (GN): Are You Afraid of the Light

Richard Fairgray

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Holiday House
21 July 2020
Comic strip fiction & graphic novels (Children's&YA); Urban Fantasy; Fantasy Graphic Novel; Graphic Novel; Ghosts Fantasy; Kids
Twelve year old Dash and his best friend Lily are spending the summer at Back Sand Beach, where Dash's family has a house. But nothing is as it seems from the beginning. The beach house is a shack, and Dash's weird relatives are there. But more alarming is the zombie ram that crashes through thefront yard. And the ghosts that call out to Dash from the lighthouse . . .

Each book contains full-color graphic novel panels on every page, and multiple connected stories.
By:   Richard Fairgray
Imprint:   Holiday House
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 227mm,  Width: 152mm,  Spine: 14mm
Weight:   402g
ISBN:   9781645950028
ISBN 10:   1645950026
Series:   Black Sand Beach
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   21 July 2020
Recommended Age:   From 8 to 12 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Richard Fairgray is a writer, artist, and colorist, best known for his work in comic books such as Blastosaurus and Ghost Ghost, and picture books such as Gorillas in Our Midst, My Grandpa Is a Dinosaur, and If I Had an Elephant. As a child he firmly believed he would grow up and eat all the candy he wanted and stay up as late as he liked. By drawing pictures when he wasn't meant to and reading all the things people told him not to, he has made this come true. All Richard needs to be happy is a good table to draw on and a nice scanner and lamp. He now owns multiple tables, scanners, and lamps in New Zealand, USA, and Canada so he can sit downand start working wherever he wakes up.

Reviews for Black Sand Beach Vol 1 (GN): Are You Afraid of the Light

Creepy, bizarre, and compelling. --Kirkus Reviews With a large cast and plenty of surprising developments, the book plants seeds for potential future story lines, even as layers of its mystery are peeled away to ensure immediate satisfaction. Funny and playful but also creepy and intriguing, Black Sand Beach: Are You Afraid of the Light? is an entertaining graphic novel that establishes a rich world of possibilities and impossibilities. --Foreword Reviews Fairgray keeps the humor high to soften some genuine spookiness and crafts a cast that readers will want to follow into future volumes. --Booklist creepy fun tempered by plenty of silliness. --School Library Journal This graphic novel was designed with digestible chapters allowing for good breaking points in the stories. . . . This first title in a new graphic novel series features just the right mix of Gravity Falls and Goosebumps that kids will love. --School Library Connection I loved the humor and weirdness of it. . . . the characters are so confident in this world that you take comfort in how they saunter through it. --A Fuse #8 Production Creepy, bizarre, and compelling.--Kirkus Reviews With a large cast and plenty of surprising developments, the book plants seeds for potential future story lines, even as layers of its mystery are peeled away to ensure immediate satisfaction. Funny and playful but also creepy and intriguing, Black Sand Beach: Are You Afraid of the Light? is an entertaining graphic novel that establishes a rich world of possibilities and impossibilities.--Foreword Reviews Fairgray keeps the humor high to soften some genuine spookiness and crafts a cast that readers will want to follow into future volumes.--Booklist creepy fun tempered by plenty of silliness.--School Library Journal This graphic novel was designed with digestible chapters allowing for good breaking points in the stories. . . . This first title in a new graphic novel series features just the right mix of Gravity Falls and Goosebumps that kids will love.--School Library Connection I loved the humor and weirdness of it. . . . the characters are so confident in this world that you take comfort in how they saunter through it.--A Fuse #8 Production


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