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Kevin C. Pyle is the author and illustrator of numerous graphic novels and docu-comics, the most recent of which is Take What You Can Carry. He also teaches comics and enjoys hanging around with his wife, son, two cats, and a dog in their creaky old house in New Jersey.Scott Cunningham has written kids' comics for DC, Archie, Nickelodeon Magazine and parodies for Mad. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, daughter, TEN cats and one dog. He thinks he has enough pets for now.

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Praise for "Blindspot" "With this graphic novel, Kevin Pyle has eloquently mapped out the line between youth and adulthood. He captures pivotal moments of transformation through pitch-perfect dialogue and surprising graphic inventions. "Blindspot" is everything that is great and unique about this art form." --Peter Kuper, author/artist of "Sticks and Stones""This perfectly captures a shining moment of boyhood." --"Booklist""Pyle uses the graphic novel format to powerful effect. . . .This is a very smart and humane graphic novel that . . . resonates with a broad emotional range." --"Publishers Weekly" Praise for "Katman" "The actions of these characters will make thoughtful readers reexamine their ideas about friendship, loyalty, and heroism." --"School Library Journal""Inventive . . . an entertaining humanist parable." --"Booklist" Praise for "Take What You Can Carry" "An expressive view of the past that is both nostalgic and harshly realistic." --"Booklist""Makes a powerful statement about respect, gratitude, and forgiveness." --"School Library Journal"


"This book is funny, mind-boggling, entertaining, and completely educational. Make sure every teen gets a copy."- "School Library Journal" "A survey of wet-blanketry through the ages." -- "Kirkus Reviews"Praise for "Blindspot" "With this graphic novel, Kevin Pyle has eloquently mapped out the line between youth and adulthood. He captures pivotal moments of transformation through pitch-perfect dialogue and surprising graphic inventions. "Blindspot" is everything that is great and unique about this art form." --Peter Kuper, author/artist of "Sticks and Stones""This perfectly captures a shining moment of boyhood." --"Booklist""Pyle uses the graphic novel format to powerful effect. . . .This is a very smart and humane graphic novel that . . . resonates with a broad emotional range." --"Publishers Weekly" Praise for "Katman" "The actions of these characters will make thoughtful readers reexamine their ideas about friendship, loyalty, and heroism." --"School Library Journal""Inventive . . . an entertaining humanist parable." --"Booklist" Praise for "Take What You Can Carry" "An expressive view of the past that is both nostalgic and harshly realistic." --"Booklist""Makes a powerful statement about respect, gratitude, and forgiveness." --"School Library Journal"

"The writers clearly fall on the side of fun and make little effort to present convincingcounterarguments." - "Booklist" "This book is funny, mind-boggling, entertaining, and completely educational. Make sure every teen gets a copy."- "School Library Journal" "A survey of wet-blanketry through the ages." -- "Kirkus Reviews"Praise for "Blindspot" "With this graphic novel, Kevin Pyle has eloquently mapped out the line between youth and adulthood. He captures pivotal moments of transformation through pitch-perfect dialogue and surprising graphic inventions. "Blindspot" is everything that is great and unique about this art form." --Peter Kuper, author/artist of "Sticks and Stones""This perfectly captures a shining moment of boyhood." --"Booklist""Pyle uses the graphic novel format to powerful effect. . . .This is a very smart and humane graphic novel that . . . resonates with a broad emotional range." --"Publishers Weekly" Praise for "Katman" "The actions of these characters will make thoughtful readers reexamine their ideas about friendship, loyalty, and heroism." --"School Library Journal""Inventive . . . an entertaining humanist parable." --"Booklist" Praise for "Take What You Can Carry" "An expressive view of the past that is both nostalgic and harshly realistic." --"Booklist""Makes a powerful statement about respect, gratitude, and forgiveness." --"School Library Journal"


The writers clearly fall on the side of fun and make little effort to present convincing counter arguments. "Booklist" This book is funny, mind-boggling, entertaining, and completely educational. Make sure every teen gets a copy. "School Library Journal" A survey of wet-blanketry through the ages. "Kirkus Reviews" With this graphic novel, Kevin Pyle has eloquently mapped out the line between youth and adulthood. He captures pivotal moments of transformation through pitch-perfect dialogue and surprising graphic inventions. "Blindspot" is everything that is great and unique about this art form. "Peter Kuper, author/artist of Sticks and Stones on Blindspot" This perfectly captures a shining moment of boyhood. "Booklist on Blindspot" Pyle uses the graphic novel format to powerful effect. . . .This is a very smart and humane graphic novel that . . . resonates with a broad emotional range. "Publishers Weekly on Blindspot""


"The writers clearly fall on the side of fun and make little effort to present convincing counter arguments." --Booklist"This book is funny, mind-boggling, entertaining, and completely educational. Make sure every teen gets a copy." --School Library Journal"A survey of wet-blanketry through the ages." --Kirkus Reviews"With this graphic novel, Kevin Pyle has eloquently mapped out the line between youth and adulthood. He captures pivotal moments of transformation through pitch-perfect dialogue and surprising graphic inventions. Blindspot is everything that is great and unique about this art form." --Peter Kuper, author/artist of Sticks and Stones on Blindspot"This perfectly captures a shining moment of boyhood." --Booklist on Blindspot"Pyle uses the graphic novel format to powerful effect. . . .This is a very smart and humane graphic novel that . . . resonates with a broad emotional range." --Publishers Weekly on Blindspot

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