✅ Diana PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Shannon Hale – Valtrex-4.us

Diana From New York Times Bestselling Authors Shannon Hale And Dean Hale Comes A Heartfelt Story About Making Mistakes, Learning The Hard Way, And Growing Up To Become A HeroEleven Year Old Diana Leads An Idyllic Life On The Island Of Themyscira Cut Off From The Rest Of The World, She S Beginning To Feel And Isolated Though She Has A Loving Mother And Many Aunties, She Is An Only Child THE Only Child Child On The Island, In FactAfter An Escapade Goes Wrong, Diana Gets In Trouble For Not Living Up To The Ian Standard She Just Can T Seem To Measure Up No Matter What She Does Every Other Person On The Island Is An Adult Proficient In Their Trade And Mighty In Body, While She Is Gangly, Sometimes Clumsy, And Not Particularly Good At Anything She S Not Wonder Woman Yet What Diana Needs Is A Friend Someone Her Own Age Whom She Can Talk To But When She Decides To Take Matters Into Her Own Hands, She May Just Make A Monster Instead Of A Friend

✅ Diana  PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Shannon Hale – Valtrex-4.us
  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Diana
  • Shannon Hale
  • 20 August 2019
  • 9781401291112

    10 thoughts on “✅ Diana PDF / Epub ⚣ Author Shannon Hale – Valtrex-4.us


  1. says:

    Happy Publication Day This cute, middle grade graphic novel focused on Wonder Woman was full of heart Artwork Pacing Story Diana is the only child in a community of warrior women, and she s not exactly having the best time To put it simply, she s bored Life isn t exciting when you re the only kid in the world and all of the grown ups are too busy to play So, upon hearing the origin story from her mother that Diana was formed from clay and a wish, Diana decides to make her own clay friend She molds her friend together and wishes for Mona to be a real girl Mona animates to life All of the sudden, Diana has a friend for all of her adventures.But, as Diana soon learns, having a friend is harder than it looksI found Diana Princess of the s to be a refreshing and cute middle grade graphic novel The art was adorable and easy to grasp at a glance, and the story moved along at a fast pace This would be the perfect novel to read aloud to a younger child they d love the pictures, and wouldn t get bored by too much text Thank you to DC Entertainment for an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review.


  2. says:

    Princess Diana is the only child on an island of immortal s No one has time for here and she feels neglected and alone When she hears the story of how she was made of clay again, she decides to make her own clay best friend That s where Mona comes in However, she may not be the best influence on DianaThis is a nice story for middle graders The art is reminiscent of illustrated books for that age group with a bit of a cartoony, kidsy feel to it Received a review copy from DC and Edelweiss All thoughts are my own and in no way influenced by the aforementioned.


  3. says:

    Soooo good Check out my full review here


  4. says:

    A fantastic addition to the Wonder Woman titles with great cover appeal for the middle grade set Diana feels neglected and unappreciated by all the s and crafts her own playmate from discarded clay and sand and names her Mona Diana gets a big surprise when her playmate comes to life Will having a friend help Diana to grow and reach her goals Some great reminders about our relationships with family and friends along with some young super hero action Will appeal to kids who have loved the Princess In Black series and graphic novels like Real Friends Thank you to DC Comics and NetGalley for a digital ARC in exchange for an honest review.


  5. says:

    Diana is too young to join in the activities of the other s, and she has no companions her own age She tries to fashion a friend for herself out of clay and sand, attempting to perform magic to breathe life into the figure, but her longing for a friend may plunge the entire island into chaos.I loved this graphic novel The artwork is colorful and vibrant, showing the clear action and the emotional responses of the characters It really brings the story to life and creates an energetic mood.The plot is excellent, with many moving parts that propel the story forward Each scene is interesting and full of excitement and mystery.I loved Diana s young character You can really feel the struggle she is working through as she tries to figure out who she is and what her place is among the s She has such a strong personality, and her courage begins to blossom even while she is fighting for her own self worth Her emotional reactions as she interacts with other characters are powerful and pull the reader into her shoes.I really hope there will be graphic novels about Young Diana Disclaimer I received an ecopy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.


  6. says:

    Shannon Hale and Diana, Princess of the s How could that combo go wrong And true enough, this was a delightful telling of what Diana as a child must have gone through, with everyone being older than she, and her not being able to do the things she wanted to do.The characters were all believable, well, as believable as a bunch of s could be, and a child created from clay.It makes me want to read stories about this version of Diana.Thanks to Netgalley for making this book available for an honest review.


  7. says:

    A Wonder Woman origin story geared for 8 12 year old children Diana is lonely and that she is either too old or too young for somethings so she decides to make a playmate out clay and breath life into her Mona comes to life and Diana is happy again, but Mona starts asking Diana to take risky choices like opening Doom s Doorway that has various monsters sealed away Mona and Diana do the unthinkable and Diana and the rest of the s discover that Mona is than she appears to be A fun read for kids who are not quite ready for the teen oriented Marvel or DC graphic novels As an added bonus is the first chapter of a new graphic novel Zatanna and the House of Secrets.


  8. says:

    LOVED this Diana, Princess Of The s is not just a suspenseful and entertaining coming of age story about a young Wonder Woman, but it s also about friendship and finding one s place in the world I especially enjoyed the friendship story thread, how Diana desperately yearns for a companion and does end up finding one.but her new friend begins making demands which initially seem fun but then make Diana increasingly uncomfortable I wish I had read this book in my childhood it might have helped me be better about recognizing destructive friendships.In addition to wonderful storytelling by Shannon and Dean Hale, I want to also praise Victoria Ying s her ability to convey emotions in Diana s facial expressions and body languagefantastic Highly recommended.


  9. says:

    This was a cute read


  10. says:

    Gave this a quick read to see whether Clare might like it, and I think she will as will any kid or grownup who digs Wonder Woman, The Princess in Black, or Real Friends Ying s art is charming and dynamic and Diana s concerns are very much those of a young woman figuring out her place in the world Plus, all female cast I could have gone for a slightly longer or in depth story, but perhaps there are Diana stories in the works In the meantime, I m looking forward to handing this out left and right at the library.

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