Lumberjanes, Vol. 10: Parents' Day

Lumberjanes, Vol. 10: Parents' Day Review

It's PARENTS' DAY at the Lumberjanes camp!

Everyone at camp is super excited about the best day of the summer-Parents' Day, when they get to show their folks what they've been up to! Molly seems really worried, though, and even her friends are unsure of how to cheer her up.

This New York Times bestseller and multiple Eisner-Award and GLAAD-award winning series is written by Shannon Watters and Kat Leyh (Super Cakes) and illustrated by Ayme Sotuyo!

Title:Lumberjanes, Vol. 10: Parents' Day
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Victoria ?

    Yessss Parents' Day was so exciting! I really loved seeing the girls with their parents and finding out more about them! The fox demon guy was a little freaky though omg, still really enjoyed it and I...

  • Ana

    Abuela rules!...

  • Ian

    Lumberjanes is important. It's written by women, illustrated by women and about female characters. It was originally conceived as an 8 part series but with an overwhelmingly positive reception the ser...

  • Stephanie

    A M A Z I N G...

  • Devann

    Read as single issues. Another great volume from Lumberjanes. It's nice to see more of all the kids parents and it's nice that all of their families are so different but, for the most part, loving and...

  • Ethan

    I enjoyed the interactions between the families and the campers, as well as the overall plot (trickster spirits have always been a hit with me), but I wasn’t really a fan of the new art style. ...

  • Claire

    Read as single issues. Still don't understand how Kat Leyh is still employed as any sort of artist for this series. Every character she draws looks like a potato head it's so soooooo ugly...

  • Alicia

    This one gets it back on track with a meaningful storyline that brings us closer to the girls and understands their family when the parents visit the camp. Illustrations are lovely and creative with t...

  • Simplekind

    This one just didnt feel the same. The art was so different I found it distracting. I was really excited to read this volume because I know many of the Lumberjanes have difficulties with their familie...

  • Brandon

    This was the first I've read of LUMBEEJANES since the mermaid storyline. I stopped because of a drastic dip in quality, but now I think I have to go back and catch up. At least with Watters' issues.Th...