Even for a Dreamer Like Me

Book 3

From the Series Nola's Worlds

  • Interest Level: Grade 6 - Grade 9
  • Reading Level: Grade 7

Library books. They look so innocent and helpful. But did you know there’s a border keeping the world of stories apart from the real-life world? And that the border must be guarded at all times? Me neither! I know it now, that’s for sure. My friends Damiano and Inés crossed that border. They escaped from a book into my quiet, perfect little town of Alta Donna. And boy, did they bring trouble with them.

Now it’s up to me to save the town, save my friends, and fix the damage to both worlds. At last my storytelling and dreams will come in handy!

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Interest Level Grade 6 - Grade 9
Reading Level Grade 7
Genre Graphic Novels
Copyright 2010
Publisher Lerner Publishing Group
Imprint Graphic Universe ™
Language English
Number of Pages 128
Publication Date 2014-08-01
Reading Counts! Level 3.2
Text Type Fiction—Science Fiction/Fantasy
BISACS JUV008080, JUV037000
Dewey 741.5'944
Graphics Full-color illustrations
Dimensions 6 x 8.5
Lexile 460
ATOS Reading Level 3.4
Accelerated Reader® Quiz 139010
Accelerated Reader® Points 1.0
Features Author/Illustrator biography, Author/Illustrator note, Original artwork, and Reviewed

Author: Mathieu Mariolle

Mathieu Mariolle has been passionate about graphic novels ever since his father gave him a copy of the long-running Wild West comic book series Blueberry when he was five years old.

Illustrator: Pop

Illustrator: MiniKim

MiniKim has always had a passion for animation and art. She discovered a love of comics when attending the huge festival at Angoulême in France. MiniKim lives in Montreal, Québec.


Library Media Connection

“The art is cool, and each story is aimed at the tween. The books are packed with searching for identity and longing for friends.” —Library Media Connection

School Library Journal

“This trilogy exudes shelf appeal…. The anime-inspired art will grab attention. Alta Donna and its fashion-forward citizens are crisply rendered in pastel hues…. These titles are visual standouts.” —School Library Journal