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Astronaut Academy: Re-entry

9781596436213

First Second
Available: 04/24/13
6.12 x 8.28 · 192 pages
Ages 10-14 years
9781596436213
CDN $10.99 · pb

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Dave Roman

illustrated by Dave Roman

The wild and wacky world of Astronaut Academy is back! It's spring semester at this futuristic institution of learning, and Hakata Soy has lost his heart. Literally. And he's not the only one . . . something is stalking the halls of Astronaut Academy, impersonating the crush-objects of students and making off with their extra hearts!

With a sprawling cast of unforgettable characters, Astronaut Academy Re-Entry is a high-octane, hilarious follow-up to Dave Roman's quirky Astronaut Academy: Zero Gravity .

Dave Roman is the author/illustrator of the Astronaut Academy series (winner of Maryland's Black-Eyed Susan Book Award) and writer of the graphic novels Teen Boat! Race for Boatlantis and Agnes Quill: An Anthology of Mystery. He has contributed stories and art to Goosebumps Graphix: Slappy's Tales of Horror, Nursery Rhyme Comics, and Comics Confidential: Thirteen Graphic Novelists Talk Story, Craft and Life Outside the Box. Roman is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, a former editor at Nickelodeon Magazine and is currently series editor for First Second's Science Comics series of nonfiction graphic novels. He lives in Astoria, NY and draws a weekly webcomic calledStarbunny, Inc. Dave Roman is the author/illustrator of the Astronaut Academy series (winner of Maryland's Black-Eyed Susan Book Award) and writer of the graphic novels Teen Boat! Race for Boatlantis and Agnes Quill: An Anthology of Mystery. He has contributed stories and art to Goosebumps Graphix: Slappy's Tales of Horror, Nursery Rhyme Comics, and Comics Confidential: Thirteen Graphic Novelists Talk Story, Craft and Life Outside the Box. Roman is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, a former editor at Nickelodeon Magazine and is currently series editor for First Second's Science Comics series of nonfiction graphic novels. He lives in Astoria, NY and draws a weekly webcomic calledStarbunny, Inc.