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    Molly Ostertag í 6 REVIEW FREE READ Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB í Molly Ostertag REVIEW The Witch Boy I've been wanting to read this MG graphic novel since I saw the book deal announcement and I'm so happy I got to read it on my flight today The basic premise is that a boy wants to learn spells and other magic but witchery is reserved for girls and boys are expected to become shapeshifting demon hunters I was OBSESSED with witches as a kidteen still am as an adult and this would've really spoken to me Overall

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    Molly Ostertag í 6 REVIEW FREE READ Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB í Molly Ostertag REVIEW The Witch Boy Fun

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    E–pub/E–book (The Witch Boy) This works very well as a standalone I don’t feel as if there are unanswered uestions or elements missing Still I wish to read books about Aster and his magical community The characters are strong They all play a certain role in the story It’s when you can’t imagine a book without its different characters that you

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    Molly Ostertag í 6 REVIEW E–pub/E–book (The Witch Boy) Such a cute little graphic novel that challenges gender constructs in a uniue way Plus it's just a fun spooky magical story My only complaint w

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    E–pub/E–book (The Witch Boy) FREE READ Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB í Molly Ostertag REVIEW The Witch Boy After loving Noelle Stevenson’s Nimona last year I decided that I simply had to read something by her wife Molly Knox Ostertag Here’s my review of her 2017 graphic novel The Witch Boy Spoilers followSo What’s It Abou

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    E–pub/E–book (The Witch Boy) This book has killed me and I am dead typing out reviews from beyond the grave because I know how to live the best afterlifeOriginally this piued my interest because of the title and cover Witches? Yes please Boy witches? Interesting Cute kid monster shadow? I'm inAnd if you like reading on the surface that's exactly what this sto

  7. says: REVIEW The Witch Boy E–pub/E–book (The Witch Boy) Molly Ostertag í 6 REVIEW

    E–pub/E–book (The Witch Boy) BOOK #3 READ FOR BELIEVATHON ROUND 2representation characters of colour characters with varying body types ueer characters a character has 2 dadstrigger warnings are listed at the bottom of this review and may contain spoilers★★★★5This was so great Great discussion on gender stereotypes and how harmful they can be I also loved the illustration style trigger warnings dead animals bullying

  8. says: E–pub/E–book (The Witch Boy) FREE READ Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB í Molly Ostertag Molly Ostertag í 6 REVIEW

    REVIEW The Witch Boy Molly Ostertag í 6 REVIEW FREE READ Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB í Molly Ostertag Oh sweet Billy Elliot How could I not love this book about witches breaking gender stereotypes and magic? Pure Pleasure to read Such a great read In this world women are witches and do magic while men are shapeshifters and

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    E–pub/E–book (The Witch Boy) This was such a nice first volume in this magical series about Aster a boy who wants to be a witch even though it's considered something that only women can be The family relationships were nice and I also liked the friendship that

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    E–pub/E–book (The Witch Boy) FREE READ Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB í Molly Ostertag Molly Ostertag í 6 REVIEW What a great graphic novel that discusses gender roles and stereotypes that can be used as a metaphor for sexual orientation and is a fun and beautifully drawn journey for kids to go on Legit I really enjoyed this story about our MC Aster a boy who wants to do magic but isn't supposed to So thankful to Chelsea from Chelseadolling Reads for g

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REVIEW The Witch Boy

Molly Ostertag í 6 REVIEW REVIEW The Witch Boy ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB In thirteen year old Aster's family all the girls are raised to be witches while boys grow up to be shapeshifters Anyone who dares cross those lines is exiled Unfortunately for Aster he still. I ve been wanting to read this MG graphic novel since I saw the book deal announcement and I m so happy I got to read it on my flight today The basic premise is that a boy wants to learn spells and other magic but witchery is reserved for girls and boys are expected to become shapeshifting demon hunters I was OBSESSED with witches as a kidteen still am as an adult and this would ve really spoken to me Overall THE WITCH BOY is a super fast and super charming read So excited to discover there s going to be a seuel I hope librarianseducators pick this graphic novel and get it into their hands of those who don t fit gender norms and those who need to learn how to celebrate s someone differences Wonderland up to be shapeshifters Anyone who dares cross those lines is exiled Unfortunately for Aster he still. I ve been wanting to read this MG graphic novel since I saw the book deal announcement and I m so happy I got to read it on my flight today The basic premise is that a boy wants to learn spells and other magic but witchery is reserved for girls and boys are expected to become shapeshifting demon hunters I was OBSESSED with witches as a kidteen still am as an adult and this would ve really spoken to me Overall THE WITCH BOY is a super fast and super charming read So excited to discover there s going to be a seuel I hope librarianseducators pick this graphic novel and get it into their hands of those who don t fit gender norms and those who need to learn how to celebrate s someone differences

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The Witch Boy

Molly Ostertag í 6 REVIEW REVIEW The Witch Boy ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Hasn't shifted and he's still fascinated by witchery no matter how forbidden it might beWhen a mysterious danger threatens the other boys Aster knows he can help as a witch It will take the. This book has killed me and I am dead typing out reviews from beyond the grave because I know how to live the best afterlifeOriginally this piued my interest because of the title and cover Witches Yes please Boy witches Interesting Cute kid monster shadow I m inAnd if you like reading on the surface that s exactly what this story is about witches and shapeshifters fitting in or not family friendship and terrible monstersIf you re of a Find the SymbolismRead DeeperALL THE ALLEGORIES person then you ll find a whole lot going on including gender roles societal expectations diversity and acceptance as well as witches and shapeshifters fitting in or not family friendship and the making of terrible monsters and how that can be avoidedHere s what charmed me I m so clever with my words1 The illustrations They re adorable colorful well rendered and oddly reminded me a lot of Noelle Stevenson s work even though everything is less pointy and not as thin lined It s got a similar feeeeeel though ok that looks like Calvin and Hobbes but trust me there s a Noelle Stevenson vibe running throughout too2 There is one gender norm pushed in this book and it s pushed so it can be shattered and all the others are nearly erased The protagonist Aster has a girl typical name and when compared to his cousins looks effeminate But he s a boy and that only matters because he s supposed to be a shapeshifter Boys are shapeshifters girls are witches Those are the only roles to which genders must conform in this story Otherwise everyone is who they are Aster s mother Holly is the ultimate earth mother type primal femininity nurturing running around barefoot in her country dress She looks like some Irish goddess Aster s aunt Iris though looks like she came from a punk rock band and is all emotion and reaction Other than Aster s dad a thoughtful family oriented slender but strong brown man we don t get to see as much of the male counterparts and what we do see seems typically masculine mostly all except Aster The other boys tease him because he sucks at doing what they do shapeshifter stuff athletic stuff physical stuff not because of his name or his looks or anything elseAster meets Charlie a super sporty black girl WITH THICK ANKLES who didn t even know magic really existed until she saw Aster doing witchery in her neighborhood She knows who she is what she wants and where she s going She is the epitome of being herself without caring what anyone else thinks about her She s also somewhat reckless as evidenced by her broken leg It s only natural these two would fit together so well 3 Aster and Charlie s friendship is perfect There are no romantic under or overtones they are so wonderfully comfortable with each other they obviously love and admire one another a lot and they intentionally work together instead of doing that I have to do this alone nonsense It s beautiful and I wish friendships like this were represented often4 There s one message that gets driven home pointy end first The rest of them are just there lying around for the reader to pick up either intentionally or subconsciously The cast is racially genderly sexually aged ly all the other ly s diverse And it s unuestioned Except for the storyline about defying gender norms everything else is just accepted What a great message to plant in the mind of the younguns you re not like everyone else That s fine They re not like everyone else Also fine Find your commonalities and make friends among people with whom you connect while respecting everyone else even if you don t personally like them And this simple message is there to witness but it s not preached not at all I loved thatI would recommend this book to everyone who likes books like Princeless 1 Lumberjanes Nimona hell even Rat ueens 1 if you re looking for something aimed at a younger audience and for readers who love Raina Telgemeier andor Faith Erin HickssooooI m reading the acknowledgements and at the end Molly thanks her partner Noelle for making their house a home or something Now aside from my sister s I don t see the name Noelle that often so the first one that came to mind because she was already in my mind due to the aforementioned illustration style I wonderedcould Molly be talking about Noelle Stevenson I mean they d know each other from being in the same industry and all I stalked them this morning and guess what They re a couple Which is kinda great because in retrospect I d totally ship them even though I give no shits about people s relationships These two are too perfect and adorable to not be together and they re melting my heart I wonder if they need an aunt I only have two nieces and two nephews there s plenty of room for two Thick ankles is something that is never talked about Like never But it s such a worry for so many kids mostly girls but also boys especially athletic kids You never ever see imagery of thick ankles on anyone who isn t pregnant in which case it s shown as a symptom of pregnancy and is used to evoke sympathy or empathy or fat in which case it s shown as a symptom of being overweight and just think about how nice those legs would be if they didn t look like tree trunks or old in which case it s shown as a symptom of agedness when your body gives out and you can t be pretty any because you are ancient But not everyone has thin ankles and some people especially people who run and kick and use their legs a lot have strong hearty not thin ankles It s not a terrible thing at all it s not shameful it s not a symptom of anything It s a body part and unless you ve got gout you should not be worried about the size of your ankles so thank you Molly for bringing this up because kids need to know that ankles aren t supposed to come in one size only Dark Tide Rising William Monk #24 ultimate earth mother type primal femininity nurturing running around barefoot in her country dress She looks like some Irish goddess Aster s aunt Iris though looks like she came from a punk rock band and is all emotion and reaction Other than Aster s dad a thoughtful family oriented slender but strong brown man we don t get to see as much of the male counterparts and what we do see seems typically masculine mostly all except Aster The other boys tease him because he sucks at doing what they do shapeshifter stuff athletic stuff physical stuff not because of his name or his looks or anything elseAster meets Charlie a super sporty black girl WITH THICK ANKLES who didn t even know magic really existed Bridge of Clay until she saw Aster doing witchery in her neighborhood She knows who she is what she wants and where she s going She is the epitome of being herself without caring what anyone else thinks about her She s also somewhat reckless as evidenced by her broken leg It s only natural these two would fit together so well 3 Aster and Charlie s friendship is perfect There are no romantic Gargoyles of Gaylord Michigan Chillers under or overtones they are so wonderfully comfortable with each other they obviously love and admire one another a lot and they intentionally work together instead of doing that I have to do this alone nonsense It s beautiful and I wish friendships like this were represented often4 There s one message that gets driven home pointy end first The rest of them are just there lying around for the reader to pick Yellow Brick War up either intentionally or subconsciously The cast is racially genderly sexually aged ly all the other ly s diverse And it s The Complete Excuses Handbook The Definitive Guide to Avoiding Blame and Shirking Responsibility for All Your Own Miserable Failings and Sloppy Mistakes unuestioned Except for the storyline about defying gender norms everything else is just accepted What a great message to plant in the mind of the younguns you re not like everyone else That s fine They re not like everyone else Also fine Find your commonalities and make friends among people with whom you connect while respecting everyone else even if you don t personally like them And this simple message is there to witness but it s not preached not at all I loved thatI would recommend this book to everyone who likes books like Princeless 1 Lumberjanes Nimona hell even Rat Lawrence Ferlinghetti versei ueens 1 if you re looking for something aimed at a younger audience and for readers who love Raina Telgemeier andor Faith Erin HickssooooI m reading the acknowledgements and at the end Molly thanks her partner Noelle for making their house a home or something Now aside from my sister s I don t see the name Noelle that often so the first one that came to mind because she was already in my mind due to the aforementioned illustration style I wonderedcould Molly be talking about Noelle Stevenson I mean they d know each other from being in the same industry and all I stalked them this morning and guess what They re a couple Which is kinda great because in retrospect I d totally ship them even though I give no shits about people s relationships These two are too perfect and adorable to not be together and they re melting my heart I wonder if they need an aunt I only have two nieces and two nephews there s plenty of room for two Thick ankles is something that is never talked about Like never But it s such a worry for so many kids mostly girls but also boys especially athletic kids You never ever see imagery of thick ankles on anyone who isn t pregnant in which case it s shown as a symptom of pregnancy and is A Coney Island of the Mind Poems used to evoke sympathy or empathy or fat in which case it s shown as a symptom of being overweight and just think about how nice those legs would be if they didn t look like tree trunks or old in which case it s shown as a symptom of agedness when your body gives out and you can t be pretty any because you are ancient But not everyone has thin ankles and some people especially people who run and kick and Fearful Hunter #1 use their legs a lot have strong hearty not thin ankles It s not a terrible thing at all it s not shameful it s not a symptom of anything It s a body part and The Wedding Day unless you ve got gout you should not be worried about the size of your ankles so thank you Molly for bringing this Promise Me Tomorrow up because kids need to know that ankles aren t supposed to come in one size only

Molly Ostertag í 6 REVIEW

Molly Ostertag í 6 REVIEW REVIEW The Witch Boy ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Encouragement of a new friend the non magical and non conforming Charlie to convince Aster to try practicing his skills And it will reuire even courage to save his family and be truly himself. This was such a nice first volume in this magical series about Aster a boy who wants to be a witch even though it s considered something that only women can be The family relationships were nice and I also liked the friendship that Aster developed I believe this volume sets a lot in motion for the next installments in the series and I m curious to see how it will all planned out

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  • The Witch Boy
  • Molly Ostertag
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  • 14 September 2019
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