TOUR SCHEDULE: Shark Summer by Ira Marcks (Graphic Novel)

Hello everyone! We are so happy and excited to announce the tour schedule for Shark Summer by Ira Marcks (Graphic Novel)

June 21st
Love, Paola – Promo Post
paperbacktomes – Review

June 22nd
Balancing Books and Beauties – Review & Mood Board
M. Reads Books and Fics – Top 5 Reasons to Read Shark Summer

June 23rd
Nine Bookish Lives – Interview & Review
Twirling Book Princess – Promo Post
Hopelessly Devoted Bibliophile – Review

June 24th
I Dream in Books – Review, Playlist & Favourite Quotes

June 25th
Kait Plus Books – Interview
Confessions of a YA Reader – Promo Post

June 26th
The Nuttybookworm Reads Alot – Review
The Wandering Wordsmith – Review
Page by Paige Books – Review & Mood Board

June 27th
forthenovellovers – Review

June 21st
luna_reads_ – Review & Favourite Quotes
paperbacktomes – Blogger’s Choice

June 22nd
balancing_books_and_beauties – Blogger’s Choice

June 23rd
ninebookishlives – Blogger’s Choice
hdbblog – Blogger’s Choice

June 24th
idreaminbooks – Blogger’s Choice

June 25th
tbrandbeyond – Promo Post
CaitlynIsBooked – Review

June 26th
de.the.wordsmith – Blogger’s Choice
pagebypaigebooks – Blogger’s Choice

June 27th
kimreadsandreads – Review

Genre: Middle Grade Graphic Novel
Publishing date: May 25th, 2021

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Shark Summer is bursting with vibrant, expressive art….The characters are distinct and relatable…It’s a lovely read!”—Molly Knox Ostertag, author of the Witch Boy series

“Eloquently chronicled in Marcks’s cinematic panels, friendships are formed and repaired, parental relationships articulated, and inner conflicts expressed and resolved. A winning production.” —Kirkus

When a Hollywood film crew arrives on Martha’s Vineyard with a mechanical shark and a youth film contest boasting a huge cash prize, disgraced pitcher Gayle “Blue Streak” Briar sees a chance to turn a bad season into the best summer ever.

After recruiting aspiring cinematographer Elijah Jones and moody director Maddie Grey, Gayle and her crew set out to uncover the truth of the island’s own phantom shark and win the prize money. But these unlikely friends are about to discover what happens when you turn your camera toward the bad things lurking below the surface.

Ira Marcks is a cartoonist living in Upstate New York with his wife, two cats, a dog, and lots of books he’s been meaning to read. His love for ancient magic and possible futures has led him to create a warehouse of esoteric objects for the Hugo Award-winning magazine Weird Tales and to tell stories about villainous technology for the European Research Council. Shark Summer is his debut graphic novel.

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