Monster Support Group: The Werewolf’s Tale

Publisher: Flying Eye Books

Lowell is your average 12-year-old kid, but when he moves to a new village and starts a new school, he struggles to fit in. Things start to change rapidly after a particularly difficult day at school when his voice mysteriously begins to get more growly, and he discovers hair in places it had never been before. Yes, he’s turning into a werewolf.

A hilarious cast of crazy characters including mummies, medusas and vampires form The Monster Support Group, providing Lowell with a safe space to talk about how he feels about his rapidly changing identity.

Beautifully illustrated, and thoughtfully written with humour and charm, The Monster Support Group is set to be a go-to series for readers dipping their toes into the world of accessible graphic novels.

This hilarious story has heaps to offer for those embarking on impending teenagerhood, a life-affirming read for monsters, ghouls, goblins, witches and vampires of all shapes and sizes … and of course average kids who might find this book the perfect gateway read to broach various topics of conversation regarding identity, confidence, friendship, change and growing-up.

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