TOUR SCHEDULE: Lo and Behold (A Graphic Novel) by Wendy Mass

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for Lo and Behold (A Graphic Novel) by Wendy Mass.

May 1st
Absorbing Reads – Top 5 Reasons to Read Lo & Behold, Playlist

May 2nd
Stuck in Fiction – Promotional Post

May 3rd
Charli’s Book Box – Review

May 4th
The Momma Spot – Review

May 5th
The Clever Reader – Promotional Post

May 6th
The Book Dutchesses – Promotional Post

May 7th
The Nutty Bookworm Reads Alot – Review

May 1st
ninebookishlives – Promotional Post
mellasmusings – Review
hey_its_meg_777 – Content Creator’s Choice

May 2nd
nissa_the.bookworm – Review
froggyreadteach – Review, Creative post: Classroom Library Drop

May 3rd
writingrosereads – Promotional Post
charlisbookbox – Content Creator’s Choice

May 4th
dhirviereads – Review, Mood Board
pagesforpaige – Promotional Post
stargirls.magical.tale – Review
BookDragonsTBR – Content Creator’s Choice

May 5th
bookdemonio – Promotional Post
thecleverreader – Content Creator’s Choice

May 6th
quirkylitlover – Review
ablueboxfullofbooks – Review, Creative post: Little Free Library Drop

May 7th
tbrandbeyond – Promotional Post
lunatonks_777 – Review – Review

Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy (Graphic Novel)
Publishing date: May 2nd, 2023

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Can a virtual reality headset help change the way twelve-year-old Addie looks at things?

Introducing an unforgettable graphic novel about connection, friendship, and the wonder all around us from New York Times bestselling author Wendy Mass and debut illustrator Gabi Mendez.

When you’re named after a 250-year-old tortoise, you grow up believing life is full of possibilities and wonder. But ever since Addie’s family got turned upside down, those things have been harder for her to see.

The last thing Addie wants to do is make a new friend, but when her dad’s summer job takes them across the country, she meets Mateo and finds herself caught up in an exciting project. With the help of a virtual reality headset, she’s suddenly scaling castle walls, dodging angry kittens, and seeing the world in whole new ways. Plus, she has an idea that could be bigger than anything she’s imagined before, but can she right some wrongs first . . . or is it too late?

Content Warning: addiction, drug abuse, grief, mentions of children undergoing chemotherapy

Wendy Mass is the author of twenty-two novels for young people, including A Mango-Shaped Space, which was awarded the Schneider Family Book Award, Leap Day, the Twice Upon a Time fairy tale series, Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life, Heaven Looks a Lot Like the Mall, the Willow Falls, Space Taxi and Candymakers series. Wendy wrote the storyline for an episode of the television show Monk, entitled “Mr. Monk Goes to the Theatre,” which aired during the show’s second season. She tells people her hobbies are hiking and photography, but really they’re collecting candy bar wrappers and searching for buried treasure with her metal detector. Wendy lives with her family in New Jersey.

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