The Giver, Graphic Novel

The Giver, Graphic Novel Review

Now in graphic novel format, Lois Lowry’s Newbery Medal–winning classic story of a young boy discovering the dark secrets behind his seemingly ideal world is accompanied by renowned artist P.Craig Russell’s beautifully haunting illustrations. ...

Title:The Giver, Graphic Novel

    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • JenacideByBibliophile

    Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, via Edelweiss+, for an honest review. Opinion: I can picture it so clearly as if it were yesterday.I was sitting in class, a wee youngster at the...

  • TJ

    What an incredibly faithful adaption of The Giver! The art was beautiful and creative. Kids in elementary, middle, and high school will be celebrating this "faster" read version of the novel they're f...

  • Flavia

    I remember my first experience with The Giver. I was in grade 7 and I had just moved from Austria to Canada, and we were expected to read The Giver for class. Since it was the middle of term, the rest...

  • Alicia

    Wow, I taught The Giver and loved The Giver reading it before I had to teach it but has it been too long that I need to go back and re-read it? I wonder because I did not like this adaptation in graph...

  • Amanda Carr

    I'm always a little nervous when a book or story I loved is turned into a graphic novel, but I was NOT disappointed by this book. Russell's illustrations are the perfect pairing for Lowry's text. If y...

  • Stefanie Kellum

    Excellent adaptation of one of my all-time favorite children's classics. 50 million times better than the movie....

  • Amanda Shepard (Between-the-Shelves)

    Read my full review at between-the-shelves.com!The young adult classic, The Giver, has been adapted into a graphic novel format. When Jonas is selected to be the next Receiver, he doesn’t think much...

  • Ami

    As so many others, the first time I read The Giver, it was in middle school as required reading material. Since then, I blanked out most of it. When I picked up the graphic novel, I knew the story was...

  • Rana

    I first read The Giver 9 years ago with my 5th grade class. I hadn't been terribly interested in the book prior, but I also hadn't taken the time to understand what it would be about. Though there are...

  • stop_tolkien_and_read

    I think the appeal of The Giver for me has always been its reliance on the abstract, so I was apprehensive (precision of words) about reading a graphic novel adaptation. That being said, this novel wa...