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Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Ojingogo by Matthew Forsythe
A totally offbeat wordless graphic novel from a Canadian who draws on his exposure to Korean culture while he was teaching in Seoul, Ojingogo features the adventures of a girl and her (reluctant) pet squid in a place where anything can happen. In an Alice in Wonderland sort of way, people - and animals and even cameras - can grow larger or smaller. A monster may be carted off by a larger monster. It's funny. It's surreal. It's great. Grade 3 - adult.
Labels: all ages, Canadian writing, children's book, fantasy, graphic novel, humour, surrealism, YA
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