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Safety Dance (Degrassi Extra Credit #4)

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Based on "Degrassi: The Next Generation"--the highest-rated show on The N network--this graphic novel series fills in the gaps between episodes. These graphic novels weave new adventures, challenges, and life experiences of the students and faculty of Degrassi Community School. Young Adult.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published May 8th 2007 by Gallery Books (first published April 15th 2007)
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Aug 15, 2010 rated it really liked it
Like the other books in this series, this book focuses on two characters, this time Marco and Ashley. Marco is/was one of my favorite characters so I loved that he got his own story in one of the graphic novels! I really love the author's sense of humor, bringing in the running gag through the books of Ashley's really ugly hat from the season finale of season 5. It was darn ugly!

What I liked about the artwork in this installment was how clean it was. Clean and crisp lines create my favorite type
Stacy Fetters
Aug 29, 2015 rated it really liked it
Before you say anything, I know that I started with the last volume. Randomly found it on bookoutlet and freaked out. Ran to my husband and said... did you know about this? Then he got just as stoked as I am. Wheeee!!

It's just like the show. Brings back so many memories of drunken late nights turning into early mornings. Staying up a little extra just to watch this show.
Ashley D--
The same feel as an Archie comic, but more Canadian. A better depiction of gay characters than I was expecting. Very normcore, very safe without being too overly dramatic or sugar-coated.

A really good one to have in a school library for gay teen/preteen boys to get the same type of stories as their straight counterparts. Also a very popular series with grade 5/6 girls.
Jul 30, 2011 rated it liked it
Good for any Degrassi fan.
This only needs one sentence to wrap up my feelings:

The graphic novel gave me all of the feelings that the show does, so I need to have them all now.
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Comic book writer whose credits include the Eisner Award nominated Alison Dare, the YALSA listed Days Like This and Lola: A Ghost Story, as well as Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Love as a Foreign Language and Teen Titans Go, which garnered him a Shuster Award.
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