The Sad Ghost Club Volume 1: Find Your Kindred Spirits - The Sad Ghost Club (Paperback)Lize Meddings (author)
Tackling themes of anxiety and loneliness with an assured lightness of touch, The Sad Ghost Club is a stunning graphic novel that celebrates friendship and unity with sensitivity and humour.
Ever felt anxious or alone? Like you don't belong anywhere? Like you're almost... invisible? Find your kindred spirits at The Sad Ghost Club. (You are not alone. Shhh. Pass it on.)
This is the story of one of those days - a day so bad you can barely get out of bed, when it's a struggle to leave the house, and when you do, you wish you hadn't. But even the worst of days can surprise you. When one sad ghost, alone at a crowded party, spies another sad ghost across the room, they decide to leave together. What happens next changes everything.
Because that night they start the The Sad Ghost Club - a secret society for the anxious and alone, a club for people who think they don't belong.
For fans of Heartstopper and Jennifer Niven, and for anyone who's ever felt invisible.
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 298 g
Dimensions: 232 x 152 x 24 mm
Charming, heartwarming graphic novel...ultimately it's about the power of friendship to help us step outside our loneliness, and the joy found in making communities of like-minded souls. - Booktrust
A relatable graphic novel with lovely illustrations and a strong sense of friendship, this adorable number is the first of a series, intended to draw compassion for those who live with anxiety, and feel as though they don't belong - Cosmopolitan
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“Cute art and important mental health discussions”
The Sad Ghost Club is a fun, cute graphic novel that I managed to read in about half an hour (which I felt bad about considering how long it would have taken to draw all those pages, but such is the nature of graphic... More
Lovely story, a sweet and gentle look at mental health issues.
The illustrations were simple and worked beautifully with the narrative.
“Cute, important graphic novel”
I really enjoyed this graphic novel. It had cute illustrations and the subject matter was very important. Though everyone could benefit from reading from it, I think it would be especially great for younger readers,... More
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