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The New Brighton Archeological Society By Mark Andrew Smith Matthew Weldon,

  • Title: The New Brighton Archeological Society
  • Author: Mark Andrew Smith Matthew Weldon
  • ISBN: 9781582409733
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
  • Out of the ashes of misfortune will rise the next generation of great adventurers After their parents are lost on an archeological expedition, four children begin to unlock the secrets of their parents mysterious lives, discovering a hidden world of mystical artifacts, mythical creatures, and arcane knowledge Soon they find themselves drawn into a conflict over a greatOut of the ashes of misfortune will rise the next generation of great adventurers After their parents are lost on an archeological expedition, four children begin to unlock the secrets of their parents mysterious lives, discovering a hidden world of mystical artifacts, mythical creatures, and arcane knowledge Soon they find themselves drawn into a conflict over a great library that has kept two kingdoms at war for centuries, the children must save an enchanted forest, the birthplace of magic itself Join us as these children become the latest members of the fabled New Brighton Archeological Society, and take their first steps towards their true destiny
    The New Brighton Archeological Society Out of the ashes of misfortune will rise the next generation of great adventurers After their parents are lost on an archeological expedition four children begin to unlock the secrets of their parent

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    1. Meh If graphic novels can be complex and developed, and kid s books can be complex and developed, what s stopping this graphic novel for kid s from being complex and developed

    2. I really enjoyed The Castle of Galomar It s a fun addition to children s graphic novels, and is a quick, easy read for all ages.Our four young heroines, Joss, Cooper, Becca and Benny, are part of the New Brighton Archeological Society, a society intent on continuing the work their parents left unfinished On their travels in the woods, they meet Mitch the goblin butterscotch addict and owner of humongous cat Moloch Together they set off to Galomar s castle, to stop him from stealing important lib [...]

    3. Why I read this I am just simply in love with graphic novels and when I saw the cover of this one, I knew I had to read it The illustrations on the cover alone are fantastic and I loved the subject of this graphic novel.Plot It s a fun filled plot full of discovery, adventure and some really cool magical aspects It has it s good versus evil underlying plot and I love the connection between their parents and what they are doing Definitely a series my students would enjoy Characters Graphically I [...]

    4. I grabbed this from a pile of new books because it stood out Paging through it, I thought the graphics colorful and animated, with a nice amount of detail in both the forefront characters objects and the backgrounds The concept teased on the back cover sounded exciting a group of four kids take up the archeological work of their parents Indiana Jones style after the parents disappear, and stumble into a conflict over a great library that has kept two magical kindoms at war for enturies Unfortuna [...]

    5. The New Brighton Archeological Society is a really fun and interesting read for younger teens When I first opened this graphic novel, the first thing that I did was take in the illustrations They are beautifully done I loved how the illustrations are full of contrasts There are lights there are darks, and it all seems to fit in with the tone that the novel is currently undergoing The story itself within The New Brighton Archeological Society was fantastic It is a mixture of mythical creatures an [...]

    6. Following the death of their archeologist parents, four children start to uncover secrets from their parent s mysterious past, embarking on their own adventures and discovering a variety of artifacts and mythical creatures along the way.I ordered this book because I d read a couple of decent reviews suggesting it would fit snugly in a genre I ve clunkily dubbed intelligent funny and generally awesome children s books that adults will love too While there is much to like and lots of potential in [...]

    7. The Castle of Galomar is a fun and adventurous graphic novel for the younger set middle grade Instantly it gives off a bit of A Series of Unfortunate Events vibe for me, parents disappearing under mysterious circumstances but this time around the kids have than their siblings to rely on The Castle of Galomar is a mixture of mystery, adventure, fables, goblins and fairies I think most kids that are interested in mysteries and adventures would enjoy this graphic novel It s definitely set up as th [...]

    8. The first collection of the tales of some child adventurers, children of adventuring parents, seeking to discover their parents travels, their mysterious deaths, and, perhaps, assisting some new found goblin friends against fairy raids.I really, really, really wanted to like this a lot In the end, I liked it some The story is fun Unfortunate Events Lite, in a way, but with some action and adventure But the plot felt choppy, the art sometimes to pretty for its own sake and it not always being pos [...]

    9. A nice strong first effort at an all ages title by the team of Mark Andrew Smith and and Matthew Weldon The children of the world s greatest explorers are suddenly orphaned and taken in by their godparents As they go about discovering about their parents explorations they find out why their parents were murdered and magic They befriend the son of the rulers of a goblin encampment, and we as readers experience their first adventure together The plot is fine, as is the idea The pace of the storyt [...]

    10. This has a lot of potential It s a comic directed at young readers I think but as the series goes on I expect it will get better and adult readable The art is quirky and very consistent the kids are charming The dialogue is a little encyclopaedic at times gets expository and overlong but that s a very small quibble.This first story bored me in places, but a first volume is rarely an indicator of how good the series will be I think it will improve a lot with time.

    11. This cartoonish graphic novel is a fun adventure The four recently orphaned characters take up the mantle of their parents and begin their own chapter of the New Brighton Archeological Society A camping trip in the woods leads them on a new and exciting mission, and I can t wait to see what is in store next for the group Children ages six to ten will especially like the fast pace and supernatural characters.

    12. What a disappointment This was recommended by actual kids who did like it very much, so probably I m missing something The premise is fine four newly orphaned children decide to take on their archeologist parent s work, meeting goblins, fairies, monsters, and trying to save a mysterious library But I found the dialogue really fake and the storyline hard to follow The illustrations are good though I d definitely recommend The Elsewhere Chronicles or Amulet series first.

    13. Urban fantasy Steam punk style graphic novel for kids What s not to love I loved the art, but the plot was a little choppy My kids said it was great, but a little confusing I think that was from the jumps in the plot.My sons have read it repeatedly since the first read, though, and are asking about the next one That s what really counts, right

    14. I liked the idea of this book than the actual book But I haven t read too many graphic novels, so maybe I m just not used to the genre yet I liked what it did with the flashback at the beginning, but overall I found the storyline a bit hard to follow I kept wondering if I d accidentally missed a page.

    15. I actually would like to shave off a half star for this one, as I feel that it could have done with some better editing The story makes some odd jumps and the action is jumpy I ended up having to make up a bunch of stuff to fill in the gaps when I read it to Rabbit who LOVED it It was fun and we will pursue the next edition, but it was not really a full 4 star book in my opinion.

    16. Fun adventure comic Kids taken in by old couple after their parents die on an adventure They piece together their parent s pass and try to follow in their footsteps Reminds a little of Naifeh s Courtney Crumrin comics Good stuff.

    17. Ho hum The writing was pretty average and the dialogue stilted, there were too many convenient leaps in the story and the art made the characters look like muppets Nothing new here.

    18. Finding the characters a little hard to tell apart Their age is ambiguous too Very confusing Art is otherwise beautiful, though.

    19. Four orphans stumble onto the secret society started by their parents and the adventure begins, complete with good goblins and evil fairies Very cool illustrations

    20. This is neither a good thing nor a bad thing, but the art in this reminds me a lot of the artistry in the TV show Super Why.

    21. I felt like I started reading this in the middle of the story The sparse text in the beginning made me feel lost, and then caught me up midway through the book Funky illustrations.

    22. It was nice to see multicultural characters in a kids graphic novel Though it s nothing groundbreaking, there s lots of humor, fantasy and fun in this one.

    23. Nice artwork, but the story is just one random thing after another and the characters speak with the same voice.

    24. This was so much fun A fabulous adventure for all ages with battles and scary woods and a mystery Loved it and can t wait for the second volume.

    25. Well constructed all around Cool art, fun story that riffs on traditional magical creatures and lore but with creative twists Looking forward to book 2

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