Saturday, August 7, 2021

Graphic Novel Review of Max Meow: Donuts and Danger by John Gallagher


Read for: Requested Review/ Netgalley/ Graphic Novel

Previous Books in Series: 

Synopsis: "Meowza! Max was just getting used to being a SECRET SUPER HERO when his and his best friend Mindy's evil look-alikes show up in Kittyopolis! And what's worse, they're determined to take over the world's donut supply--and Max and Mindy are getting blamed! Can Max and Mindy work together to save the day--and the donuts?!" 

My Review:  I read the first graphic novel in the Max Meow series and really enjoyed it and could see where young readers would love it. This time around I was anxious to not only read it but to also share it with my son, he is a huge Dog Man and InvestiGators fan. I really enjoyed this one, maybe even more than the first. It is a fun action story with super heroes, a mystery thrown in and (yes this is the parent in me) some really great lessons too! My son did not want to put this one down and neither did I, we both finished it within 2 days and are so excited for another one to come out!

My Rating: This is definitely a great book to add to young readers shelves, the art style is bright and bold with fun details.  Reluctant readers and avid readers alike will enjoy it. Both Munchkin and I give it a rating of Four Paws and can't wait for the next book!

I received a complimentary copy of this book via Netgalley. The above is my honest review and opinion.

You can find out more about John Gallagher and his book on his Goodreads Page or Website

Max Meow: Donuts and Danger is out now (and book 3 in the series is releasing next month in September) so you can obtain your own copy in print or digital format from Amazon or Barnes & Noble or request it at your local library or bookstore.

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