Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting
by Justine Prado
Illustrated by Jenn St-Onge
Genre: YA Graphic Novel
Release Date: January 2017
Summary from Goodreads:
Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting is a graphic novel about Molly Sanchez-Talebi, an unemployed art school grad who hesitantly starts catsitting to pay the bills. She dreams of breaking out of suburbia and her artistic rut, but she has a lot of self-discovery to do before that happens. The comic follows her funny misadventures as she learns that maybe these (sometimes) friendly felines are just what she needs to get her life on track.
I'm trying to read more graphic novels, and if you are like me, graphic novels are not typically the first ideal choice for what to read. And if that is the case, I think that this novel is wonderful for you.
This graphic novel is funny, it's a quick and easy read, Molly is such a relatable character (especially if you are an artist), and if you love cats... well there's cats. This novel is one of those stories that you can pick up and read in one sitting because it's a great story, and it's not a complex story, but it's still really wonderful. Molly did have her moments where I was irritated, but she does make up for it, and I am glad that means she's not perfect.
Last thing about the book that was amazing were the illustrations. Jenn St-Onge did a wonderful job of drawing the illustrations and making the story come alive with her artwork!
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