Tricky Raven Tales
From the Series Tricky Journeys ™
Raven is cold and hungry. Can she trick her cousin Crow into feeding her snacks? Or can she sneak some fish away from a pair of pelicans? She’ll have to keep away from sleeping giants and mean beavers if she wants to taste a single bite! In these Native American Raven tales, YOU decide what happens next! Six journeys to follow! Which will YOU take?
|Grade 2 - Grade 4
|Graphic Novels, Social Studies
|Lerner Publishing Group
|Graphic Universe ™
|Number of Pages
Author: Chris Schweizer
Chris Schweizer was born in 1980 and grew up in Louisiana and Kentucky. He received a BFA in Graphic Design from Murray State University, where he also studied English, and his MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta. He is the cartoonist of the Crogan Adventure Series, an award-winning historical fiction graphic novel series that has made the American Library Association's Great Graphic Novels for Teens list, the Maverick list, and Book Reporter's Core Ten Teen Collection Graphic Novels list, as well as earning Eisner and CYBILS award nominations. Tricky Journeys is his first series for young readers. He teaches comics at SCAD-Atlanta, and lives in Marietta, Georgia, with his wife and daughter.
Illustrator: David Witt
David Witt is an artist living and working in Saint Paul, Minnesota. His work as a poster artist has been published in the Art of Modern Rock by Paul Grushkin and Dennis King, and Gig Posters by Clayton Hayes. He has done menu screen art for Guitar Hero II, as well as creating numerous T-shirt designs and album art for bands around the world. He continues to work freelance and also finds time to paint and participate in art shows around the country. In the summer he spends most of his time in his garden. His work at Lerner includes Isis and Osiris, The Hero Twins, Nightmare on Zombie Island, Captured by Pirates, and Attack of the Mutant Meteors.
“Each title puts the reader in charge of the characters’ fates, for better or worse. In addition to the adventurous nature of these books, an element of also humor exists, as the main characters continually try to outwit others. The bright, cartoonish illustrations add to the fast-pace and readers could reread each story many times with different endings…. The interactivity of this series would make it a fun addition to a library’s graphic novel section.” —Library Media Connection