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Hello there,

I reviewed about 5 short and quick to read graphic novels and non fiction! Here are my thoughts!


Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls by Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo 

I loved this more than I expected! Over 150+ stories about feminism? Sign me up! The art was amazing and stunning and definitely complimented the book. The stories themselves were easy to read and I found myself fascinated by them. Can’t wait to pick up the sequel! 


Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls #2 by Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo 

It’s a very inspiring thing when you read a book about women who dared not to be restrained, dared to go beyond and dared to not listen to those who dragged them down. It’s empowering to be a young woman reading this and knowing that as a girl you can achieve greatness. I urge every girl, young woman or adult to read this!


The Amazing Book is Not on Fire by Dan Howell and Phil Lester 

Look I love Dan and Phil and I did enjoy this book but nothing excited me really. It did have a lot of fun content though 🙂


Dan and Phil Go Outside by Dan Howell and Phil Lester 

Very quick read! I read this in literally one sitting. Okay fine so maybe it’s a photo book… but I enjoyed it more than TABINOF. Maybe it’s because Dan And Phil Go Outside talks about their travels which filled my wanderlusting soul for a bit 😉


This Was Our Pact by Ryan Andrews

Really cute concept but I just couldn’t get into it that much. Very pretty in art terms though 🙂


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inky State Library Victoria

Go the feminist stories! If you can see it, you can be it!

20th Aug, 19