Thea Stilton Graphic Novel #7: A Song For Thea

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The Stilton: A Song For the Thea Sisters (Graphic Novel) by Thea Stilton
Published by Papercutz
Date: 21 March 2017

 

 

 

I loved this Thea Stilton Graphic novel and thought it gave a beautifully strong message to young girls and boys to believe in themselves, and that they can do anything you put your mind to!

The story revolves around the Thea Sisters and their friends who get the opportunity to audition to be the opening act for the boy band 6SOS’S.  Unfortunately for the Thea Sisters and their friends it doesn’t go as smooth sailing for them because of Vanilla and her desire to do anything to win.

This book for tween’s will keep the readers engaged to the very end, guessing at each stage what might happen next. I feel that this book is a safe read for tween’s which explores the issues that they may experience themselves in school.  Each page is colourful and fun, with both words and pictures speaking volumes.  The camaraderie between the friends demonstrates to the readers that it is better to work together rather than against each other, and that doing right will create more positive opportunities than doing wrong against others.

It is quite an easy read and will particularly suit the tween audience.  With Gernomio Stilton and Thea Stilton already being very popular and loved books by children, this one will be no different and will soon be a much loved read of many.

Thank you to NetGalley and Thea Stilton for the opportunity to read this book for an honest review.  Thank you also for the use of the picture.

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