Graphic Novel Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous character is now in graphic novel adaptations! Join Sherlock Holmes and John Watson as they uncover clues unseen by police inspectors and solve unsolvable cases. With Holmes on the case, you can be sure adventure will follow in the Graphic Novel Adventures of Sherlock Holmes!
- Spring 2020
- Fall 2019
|Interest Level||Grade 3 - Grade 8|
|Reading Level||Grade 3|
|Genre||Fiction, Graphic Novels|
|Subject||Mystery & Suspense|
|Number of Pages||48|
|Title Format||Reinforced Library Bound Hardcovers, Anywhere eBooks|
|Dimensions||7.25 x 9.25|
|Online Resources||FREE! Booklinks Nonfiction Network|
Graphic Novel Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Set 1 – Library Media Connection
The timeless appeal of Holmes and Watson, reinforced with large panels on each page, clear colors, and easily readable font in high-contrast white bubbles, will make this set of adventures in demand with emerging, reluctant, and struggling readers. This series is a nice way to introduce readers to Sherlock Holmes.
Adventure of Abbey Grange (Graphic Novel Adventures of Sherlock Holmes) – School Library Journal
Goodwin’s adaptation does a fine job of making the story clear through dialogue rather than resorting to the large chunks of narrative text found in many classics adaptations. A solid choice to introduce young readers to the distinctly flavored pleasures of Holmesian whodunits.
Graphic Novel Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Set 1 – School Library Journal
Readers discover the real stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle behind the Sherlock Holmes in the media.
Adventure of the Dancing Men (Graphic Novel Adventures of Sherlock Holmes) – Booklist
Goodwin does a competent job of making the story easier for young readers to understand than Doyle’s Victorian-era original, and longtime cartoonist Dunn’s colorful illustrations include just enough background to make the settings clear.
Graphic Novel Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Set 1 - School Library Journal
These tales present streamlined versions of Doyle’s well-known stories. Each volume begins with portraits identifying the cast and ends with the same back matter: step-by-step directions for drawing Holmes, a helpful glossary, an address to access related Web sites, and a brief bio of Doyle. . . . These comic-book tales feature large print, clear and colorful artwork, and easy-to-follow layouts. The well-paced stories are told with suspense and a bit of flair, providing an accessible and intriguing intro to the Sherlock canon.