In this graphic retelling of the classic novel, eighteen-year-old Robinson Crusoe runs away from home to travel the world in 1659, and ends up shipwrecked on a deserted island where he lives for more than twenty-eight years, facing many dangers with a native he rescues from cannibals, and calls Friday.
A group of young plants move out of Crazy Dave's garage and into his huge family mansion in Neighborville, but Dr. Zomboss is spying on them and trying to find out secrets to convey to his zombie army.
Young adventurers Patrice and Nate have followed neighborhood defender Crazy Dave throughout time--but are they ready to investigate a school campus to keep the streets safe from zombies? In Plants vs. Zombies: Bully For You, they'll be visiting a very strange college in an attempt to take down Dr. Zomboss yet again--and any school visit's tolerable if you get to battle zombies!
Crazy Dave--the babbling-yet-brilliant inventor and top-notch neighborhood defender--helps his niece, Patrice, and young adventurer Nate Timely fend off Zomboss's latest attack in Plants vs. Zombies: Timepocalypse!
Once upon a time a princess tried to make a comic, and with the help of a magical cartooning elf, she learned how--well enough to draw her way out of an encounter with a dangerous dragon, near-death by drowning, and into her very own adventure.
A graphic novel chapter book by the best-selling author of Roller Girl details the secret lives of class pets who struggle with different ideas about freedom and happiness while sharing haphazard, giggle-inducing adventures.
When Chickenhare, a chicken crossed with a rabbit, and his friend Abe, a turtle, are captured by Klaus, an evil, insane taxidermist, they escape with the help of their new-found friends Banjo and Meg, but Klaus pursues them.
Jealousy, birthday parties, lightsaber battles, sharing, intergalactic rebellion and more all come into play as Brown's charming illustrations and humor irresistibly combine the adventures of our friends in a galaxy far, far away with everyday events closer to home.