Sanity & Tallulah
First, this is a graphic novel that really needs to be read in a larger format. I read the e-book on my laptop, and even then, I couldn't clearly see some of the pictures or read all the text without zooming in. This would be impossible to read on something like a Kindle. It doesn't help that the actual innards of the book only use a couple of ...more
It reminded me of an episode of 'Star Trek' but for kids. I can't wait to read the further adventures of these two girls.
I would have devoured this when I was younger -- ok, I still dev ...more
I was a little surprised at the turn this book took. I thought it was going to be the outer-space equivalent of Ellie E ...more
I loved the illustrations in this book and how well they went with the story. This book was a wonderful, fun read and I highly recommend it!
Best Friends, Mad Science
The girls remain curious, bright inquiring minds that are growing up in a place that’s unfamiliar to most of us: a space station yet they are ...more
Sanity, who is advanced in her understanding of science, and Tallulah, her best friend, who is not quite as in to science, have created a three headed cat, despite the fact that no animals other than humans are allowed on the space station that they live on.
Here is the three headed cat, below.
The world building is well done. The adults are not stupid to Sanity’s smarts. Everyone has a personality, and background, and although we don’t know all of it yet. It appears as though
I really liked this story. Very cute, smart, and on point. Sciency but not too hard to follow and well ...more
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Not only was it super cute, it was also really adventurous and exciting and a real page turner! I LOVED all of the science and the jokes and diversity of the characters! It was just perfect!
My favourite thing about this had to be the parents/kids representations. That was just so amazing and I think I need a reread to write down all of the important life lessons this book co ...more
With the idea of “science fiction teen girl detectives” in mind, Sanity & Tallulah was born first in a zine. And if you think the idea meant merely relocating Nancy Drew to a space station, you’re in for a surprise.
Despite a strict “no domestic mammal” policy on their dilapidated, out-of-the-way space station, Wilnick, Sanity bioengineers a carnivorous vertebrate. The three-headed kitten’s name, courtesy of Tallulah? Princess. Sparkle. Destroyer of Worl ...more