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Light | Rob Cham
4 posts | 4 read | 2 to read
Light is a silent graphic novel that follows a pair of adventurers on an epic quest to collect five magic gems from deep inside the earth and bring them to the surface to return color to the world. On the way they carry fire-lit torches through secret places and endless passages, swim in crystal-clear waters, encounter strange beasts and creatures, and meet strange mysterious hermits! Writer/Artist Rob Cham creates beautiful vivid illustrations that gradually evolve from black and white subterranean worlds to vivid bright colorscapes. This inspiring all-ages story recalls retro video-game vibes and role playing games, creating a one-of-a-kind mythos of magic lands and mischievous critters.
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Soubhiville
Light | Rob Cham
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I arrived at the library for my bookclub meeting a bit early today so I could find a couple more middle grade books for the #BBRC #BirthAndBeyondReadingChallenge

I sat and read these two graphic novels, and I checked out two books for other categories. I‘m not sure if I‘ve ever visited the middle grade section of the library as an adult. There were a lot of interesting books on the shelves!

Light was fun, with a quest feel, and Giant Sloths ⬇️

Soubhiville Giant Sloth had a lot of educational info, as well as a story of a giant sloth trying to find his herd, while encountering lots of other prehistoric creatures. 4mo
LibrarianRyan I loved light. 4mo
Soubhiville @LibrarianRyan I really liked it too! It felt like playing a video game. 💎 4mo
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DezaraeOsborne
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This was an adorable adventure depicted in black and white. I loved the illustration style and I think there is so much possibility for story creation since the book has no text. Readers can imagine their own conversations and backstory, which makes for a super enjoyable and engaging read.

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LibrarianRyan
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4⭐️ This wonderfully illustrated book uses no words to tell the story of a little adventurer seeking a special collection of stones. Our adventurer knows not what the collection will bring, just that its elder sent it on its way. The illustrations are amazing. The illustrator uses light and dark, and just the right amount of color to lead the reader on an amazing trip. Perfect for any age.

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LibrarianRyan
Light | Rob Cham
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OMG I received my #Halloweengoespostal #fallbookexchange match. I'm so excited. This one is going to be real easy and the idea I was formulating in my head is going to work. Yeah. My last one was really hard (that is not a complaint I loved every minute of it, but when you are matched with someone who reads outside your wheel house, is massively prolific, and constantly in a bookstore, it's hard!) I'd say let the stalking begin, but it's done. 😈

Avanders "and constantly in a bookstore" lol, right?! ? 2y
Natasha.C.Barnes I'm counting down the minutes till tomorrow because I also have an idea in my head... 2y
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