Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Sanity & Tallulah series.
Reviewed by Charlie
This graphic novel is about girls on a space station with a three-headed cat named Princess Sparkle Destroyer of Worlds. When the cat gets lost, Sanity and Tallulah have to find it. This book was funny because of the situations the characters are in and because of what they say to each other. I liked the artwork and the setting, Wilnick Space Station. If you like graphic novels, I recommend you read this book.— From Young Readers Advisory Board
About the Author
Molly Brooks wrote and illustrated the Sanity & Tallulah series, and is the illustrator of Flying Machines: How the Wright Brothers Soared by Alison Wilgus, as well as many short comics. Her work has appeared in the Guardian, the Boston Globe, the Nashville Scene, BUST Magazine, ESPN social, Sports Illustrated online, and others. Molly lives and works in Brooklyn, where she spends her spare time watching vintage buddy-cop shows and documenting her cats.
"Debut author Brooks's inclusive vision of strong and diverse women engaged in science, variously abled bodies navigating the challenges of space, and positive family relationships is both enjoyable and commendable."—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"Interlaced with spot-on dialogue that is full of humor, this page-turner delivers."—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
"It's all invitingly envisioned with button-eyed characters in distinctive hairstyles and fashions inhabiting a convincingly down-to-earth space station and colored in a limited, muted palette that grounds this future and makes even more accessible."—Booklist
"Fans of fast-paced sci-fi graphic novels such as Zita the Spacegirl, as well as readers interested in humor, will be drawn to the plucky pair."—SLJ