Peter Rabbit sneaks away from his sisters and mother to go to Mr McGregor’s garden. He enjoys eating all sorts of vegetables until Mr McGregor finds the little rabbit. Peter must run and hide, and run some more, or else Mr McGregor will catch him and put him into a pie! If he weren’t such a disobedient rabbit, Peter might not have got himself into this mess in the first place.
About Beatrix Potter
Helen Beatrix Potter (1866-1943) wrote and illustrated many classic children’s books including The Tale of Peter Rabbit. Childhood pets and her love for animals greatly influenced the characters of her stories. Inspiration also came from her family trips to Scotland and the English countryside. The Tale of Peter Rabbit was Beatrix’s first book which originated from a letter she wrote to a five-year-old boy named Noel, who was sick. As a child, Beatrix had a pet rabbit named Peter, whom she used to observe all day long and sketch pictures of.
The myRead dream is to bring many of the great masterpieces of the past and present to life for free for all ages and to help everyone do the same with the tools we have and are developing.
Ever since Abby was twelve, when her father started working as chief of palace security, she has been in love with Prince Vincenzo. When he got married to a woman from another royal family, she was forced to keep her love a secret. Years later, Abby finds herself confused and lost when she hears the news that Vincenzo’s wife has died in an accident. As a longtime friend, Abby had volunteered to become a surrogate mother of their child. What can she do now but honor her promise? The trick will be keeping her feelings hidden and focusing on the birth of Vincenzo’s child.
Tensions are high as the Goodwill Event between the Tokyo and Kyoto campuses of Jujutsu High approaches. But before the competition can even begin, a couple of Kyoto students confront Fushiguro and Kugisaki. Meanwhile, Yuji’s training gets interrupted by a mysterious crime involving grotesque bodily alterations caused by a cursed spirit…
Valérian, le plus grand space-opéra publié par des auteurs français, nous entraîne dans un monde et un futur lointains. Le duo est constitué d’agents spatio-temporels : Valérian et Laureline. C’est à bord d’un vaisseau affrété par Galaxity, capitale de l’Empire Terrien, qu’ils se déplacent pour vivre des aventures hautes en couleur. Les scénarios font d’habiles clins d’oeil à notre époque, mettant en scène tyrans et dictateurs, souvent bien proches de ceux de notre 20ème siècle. Le dessin est classique mais doué d’une fantaisie qui donne une saveur rarement égalée aux créatures monstrueuses ou sympathiques que croise Valérian.
Grâce à des histoires formidablement inventives, les auteurs de Valérian ont su séduire le public le plus large possible depuis 1967, année de création de cette série pour l’hebdomadaire PILOTE.
L’album Les Habitants du Ciel constitue une étonnante “encyclopédie loufoque” détaillant chacune des créatures qui apparaissent dans les 13 albums.
Length: 44pgs | Adora’s peaceful forest life is turned upside-down by the arrival of two off-worlders who’ve chosen her to take up her late father’s quest to fulfill the Third Prophecy; defeat The Emperor of the Known Universe. Master Myren Blue isn’t convinced she’s up to the task and has taken up the challenge of testing her abilities.
LEGEND OF THE ZTARR is written and illustrated by international award-winning mangaka, Sara E. Mayhew. The series follows the adventures of a young girl thrown into a quest to overthrow the oppressive Emperor of the Known Universe, Lord J’Nar, who fancies himself a living god. She finds herself trying to battle the zealous followers of Lord J’Nar alongside two opposing groups of non-believers.
ABOUT THE CREATOR
Sara E. Mayhew is an international award-winning mangaka and TED Fellowship member. Applied Arts magazine featured her in their “Young Blood” article on “new talent commanding our attention”. The Ontario Arts council awarded her the Northern Arts grant for her work on her manga graphic novel series, Secrets of Sorcerers. Sara is an advocate of science literacy and raising public awareness of skepticism and critical inquiry. She has spoken at TED 2009, in Long Beach, CA., and TEDActive’10 in Palm Springs, CA., on communicating the values of critical thinking through storytelling.
***WINNER OF THE 2018 EISNER AWARD FOR BEST U.S. EDITION OF INTERNATIONAL MATERIAL — ASIA***
Yaichi is a work-at-home suburban dad in contemporary Tokyo; formerly married to Natsuki and father to their young daughter, Kana. Their lives suddenly change with the arrival at their doorstep of a hulking, affable Canadian named Mike Flanagan, who declares himself the widower of Yaichi’s estranged gay twin, Ryoji. Mike is on a quest to explore Ryoji’s past, and the family reluctantly but dutifully takes him in. What follows is an unprecedented and heartbreaking look at the state of a largely still-closeted Japanese gay culture: how it’s been affected by the West, and how the next generation can change the preconceptions about it and prejudices against it.
(Please note: This book is a traditional work of manga, and reads back to front and right to left.)