A review by Jack (Wollongong Library Youth Officer) Batman and Robin: Batman Reborn By Grant Morrison, drawn by Frank Quitely Batman and Robin is the story of the new batman: Dick Grayson formerly Nightwing and the first Robin. After Batman died, Grayson attempts to take on the mantle and work with the latest Robin, Damien Wayne. … Continue reading Batman & Robin: Batman Reborn
Shelter By Chell (Phaesri) Hope has had quite enough. Even if she isn’t ‘human’, there is only so much pain and sadness her heart can heal. It would make her job that much easier if everyone were to rely not so heavily upon her. Well, today her job has exceeded her heart. She is quite finished … Continue reading Short Story: Shelter
A review by Taylor (Wollongong Library Youth Officer) The alchemyst : the secrets of the immortal Nicholas Flamel Written by Michael Scott The Alchemyst is the first book in a six-part series written by Michael Scott that follows the journey of twins Sophie and Josh Newman. The twins first fell into the mysterious world … Continue reading The alchemyst : the secrets of the immortal Nicholas Flamel
Chell (Phaesri) comes to our YA Club and is so amazing and talented. If you want to check out more of her amazing works she has two websites phaesri.com and phaesri.deviantart.com or pop into the YA Club. No bookings required.
A review by Jack (Wollongong Library Youth Officer) Earth 2: The Gathering Written by James Robinson, Drawn by Nicola Scott Earth 2 is a spin-off comic from the main DC Comics New 52 universe. In this first issue it sets up the story of Earth 2. The earth has suffered a terrible attack and invasion … Continue reading Earth 2: The Gathering
Check out this entry for the Comic Gong Exhibition. This awesome artwork was submitted by Chell, a YA Club member with Wollongong City Libraries.
Two eyes gaze through this world One holding brightness and hope The other’s caught up in a whirl Nothing to help it cope Bright eye how we see you gleam God’s golden rays were made for only you Your sight searching a faithful beam Oh how I wish it were true Your partner, … Continue reading YA CLUB- Bright Eye, Dark Eye by Lucille Anderson (2015)