Rainbow Volume 1 New
Book of the Month
Available from 14/03/24
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From Tapas Media, the same webtoon platform that brought you Magical Boy, comes Rainbow!, a new LGBTQ+ YA graphic novel series! Teenager Boo Meadows has pink hair and a very vivid imagination – she has trouble separating from the real world. In her daydreams, she dances beautifully at balls or fights monsters as a magical girl. In reality, she has a complicated home life, work stress, school stress and a wicked crush on the girl of her dreams. When a new student, Mimi, arrives at school, Boo starts exploring a side of herself that she never considered before. As she grows closer with Mimi, it may finally be time for Boo to face reality . . . Who is the real Mimi? The one in her dreams? Or the one in real life?Rainbow! is perfect for fans of Heartstopper and Magical Boy, full of heart, adorable illustrations and a storyline that any teenager can relate to!
- A magical story following LGBTQ+ characters
- Perfect for fans of Heartstopper
- Bewitching illustrations helps to bring this heartwarming story to life
Our March 2024 Teen Book of the Month
Our Book of the Month for Teen readers is Rainbow!: Volume 1 by author-illustrator duo Gloom & Sunny. Teenager Boo Meadows has pink hair and a very vivid imagination – she has trouble separating her beautiful daydreams from the complicated real world. When a new student, Mimi, arrives at school, Boo starts exploring a side of herself that she never considered before. As she grows closer to Mimi it may finally be time for Boo to face reality…Who is the real Mimi? The one in her dreams? Or the one in real life?
From Tapas Media comes Rainbow! A new LGBTQ+ YA graphic novel series. This heart-warming story is brought to life through adorable illustrations and a bewitching narrative that any teenager can relate to. An own voices story from a queer and neurodivergent author, this is a perfect read for fans of Heartstopper, Magical Boy.
406 in EU Teen March 2024
March 14th, 2024
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