RICH REVIEWS: Geeky Fab 5 # 1 It’s Not Rocket Science

Title: Geeky Fab 5 # 1 It’s Not Rocket Science (GN)
Publisher: Papercutz
Writers: Lucy & Liz Lareau
Artist: Ryan Jampole
Colorist: Matt Herms
Letterer: Wilson Ramos
Price: $ 12.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: “Chapter One: First Day. New School.” We see a normal family, parents, two sisters and a cat named Hubble. The sisters are shown as being close.
This family has just moved to a new town, the town of Normal.
This is a cute all-ages book. The art fuzzy. It does show off the characters good enough and is nicely colored, just it is fuzzy.
The two sisters Marina and Lucy are wonderful together. Lucy really admires her big sister. Their first day at school is pretty uneventful. The usual stuff happens. It is fun to follow along with them.
“Chapter Two: Bye-Bye Playground” Lucy has already made some cool new friends. They are getting along great and there are only a few minor annoying things. Lucy is a lovely young girl in elementary school.
“Chapter Three: Sweet Dreams Slumber Party”  All the girls are shown having such a wonderful time at the slumber party. They also come up with one really amazing idea. They may be kids yet they can still think.
“Chapter Four: A Battle Plan For Action” The sisters and Lucy’s new friends band together and forge ahead. They have a goal in sight and they have a plan to achieve it. It is exciting to follow along with these girls lives.
“Chapter Six:…Go! Earhart Bands Together.” The Geeky Fab 5 get their name and they are well on their way to achieving their goal. These girls once started just do not stop. It is wonderful to see such devotion to a project from such young people.
“Chapter Seven: The Fun Run” The children put all they had into achieving their goal and then they fell short or did they. It is great having an unexpected source enter the game.
“Chapter Eight: Earhart Soars Again” We see here that girls can achieve anything they set their hearts and minds to. This story does have ordinary kids doing the extraordinary. The kids do look cute as well as realistic in their style.
Girls do rule!

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