Korgi: Book 1

Series by Christian Slade. Marietta, GA: Top Shelf Productions, 2007

This graphic novel tells its story only using images, and is for all ages. This is about a fantasy world where korgis are magical creatures. It is innovative, inviting, and whimsical.

While it is entirely appropriate for all ages, some middle-school aged students may feel that the concept of the story is a bit childish.

All ages

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