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For Kids


Owly comics have no words and are great for the very young, even before reading stage. You or your toddler can craft the story from your imagination. Even the word balloons contain pictures and these comics center around such heartwarming qualities as loyalty and friendship while including nature. These stories are innocent and you need not worry about violence or adult themes.
Owly books are readily available online, in most bookstores and comic shops. Check out the website with free downloadable PDFs HERE
TOON Books comics are a great option for young readers. They have even arranged their comics according to reading level. They publish comics from brand new readers to beyond grade three. These award-winning books come in hard and softcover and are easily accessible in online and in bookstores. They are based in nature with their human-like animals and teach moral lessons as well.
TOON Books include Luke on the Loose. Luke looks at the pigeons while Dad is lost in “boring Daddy talk.” Before you know it, Luke is as free as a bird, on a hilarious solo flight through New York City.
Nursery Rhyme Comics
Nursery Rhyme Comics are for the very young. There are fifty stories illustrated by different celebrated cartoonists. 

Each rhyme is one to three pages long, and simply paneled and lettered to ensure that the experience is completely accessible for the youngest of readers. This collection will be treasured by children for years to come. 

We love the variety of art styles and how classic tales include brown faces, like Georgie, Jack & Jill here.

You can get this collection  for your little one HERE.

These kid-friendly stories usually last for two to four pages and have twice won the Best Kids Series award. The words are few so the stories are not intimidating and children are introduced to elementary-school versions of their favorite crime fighters. Characters such as Aqualad, Cyborg, Robin, and Beast Boy are portrayed as being in school.  Issues of Tiny Titans are available HERE.