Lola

Lola

A Ghost Story

Book - 2010
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Jesse sees dead people, monsters, demons, and lots of other things that go bump in the night that no one else can see. No one except his ailing grandmother--a woman who used her visions to help those living in her small town ... the same rural community in all the scary stories Jesse's heard as a child. Upon his grandmother's passing, Jesse has no choice but to face his demons and whatever else might be awaiting him at grandma's house
Publisher: Portland, Or. : Oni, 2010.
ISBN: 9781934964330
1934964336
Branch Call Number: TORRE
Characteristics: 102 p. : chiefly ill. ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Orr, Elbert

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LPL_GraceM Feb 05, 2017

This graphic novel is wonderful for ghost story aficionados. Jesse must face the ghosts, goblins, and other creatures that only he can see at his late grandmother's house, all while dealing with his skeptical family. Eerie moments fill the pages as the tension slowly builds throughout the story. Brilliant!

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azaleae
Jul 20, 2016

Great graphic novel for kids, tweens, and teens who are interested in ghost stories!

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YouthlibrarianGWD
Mar 22, 2011

A cool graphic novel set in the Philippines about a Canadian-Filipino boy (about 12 or so) going back for his grandmother’s funeral and discovering he has the sight. I like the soft brown colored illustrations and the story but the last panel is a doozy! I would say it was good for kids but again that last panel is brutal so I can see why it is cataloged YA.

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