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Wonder Woman : tempest tossed / Laurie Halse Anderson, writer ; Leila del Duca, artist ; Kelly Fitzpatrick, colorist ; Saida Temofonte, letterer.

Series: Wonder Woman

Available copies

  • 4 of 4 copies available at LARL/NWRL Consortium.
  • 4 of 4 copies available at Lake Agassiz Regional Library. (Show preferred library)

Current holds

0 current holds with 4 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Breckenridge Public Library Y G AND (Text) 33500013252085 New Available -
Crookston Public Library Y G AND (Text) 33500013252093 New Available -
Detroit Lakes Public Library Y G AND (Text) 33500013252077 New Available -
Moorhead Public Library Y G AND (Text) 33500013252069 New Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781401286453
  • ISBN: 1401286453
  • Physical Description: 207 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Burbank, CA : DC Comics, [2020]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Chiefly illustrations.
Summary, etc.:
Princess Diana of Themyscira's 16th birthday celebrations are cut short when refugees break through to her island home and she defies her Amazon elders by trying to bring the outsiders to safety, but a stormy sea sweeps her away to where she must learn to survive in a foreign world full of danger and injustice.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 13-17 DC Comics
Grades 10-12 DC Comics
Reviews

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2020 May #2
    When raft-borne refugees are blown into Themyscira's seas on Princess Diana's sixteenth Born Day, she attempts to help them and is swept away from her home, unable to return. A stint in a refugee camp results in her relocation to Queens, New York, where she's taken in by a Polish immigrant and her social justice-minded granddaughter. Anderson (Shout, 2019) has beautifully reconceived Diana's origins, focusing on her awkward, superpower-lacking "changeling" (teenage) years and giving the character her own immigration story. As Diana learns about American (and mortal) culture, she finds much to love, even as she's faced with challenges that will resonate with today's teens: toxic masculinity, poverty, systemic injustice, and ultimately, a child-trafficking ring that preys upon the marginalized. Del Duca captures the delicate balance between the awkward changeling and the nascent superheroine as Diana—in jeans, a t-shirt, and Bracelets of Submission—finds power through her rage, foiling the kidnapping scheme and settling into her new home. A powerfully relevant take on an iconic character. Grades 8-12. Copyright 2020 Booklist Reviews.

Author Notes

Laurie Halse Anderson is a New York Times bestselling author known for tackling tough subjects with humor and sensitivity. Two of her books, Speak and Chains, were National Book Award finalists, and Chains was also short-listed for the United Kingdom's Carnegie medal. She was selected by the American Library Association for the Margaret A. Edwards Award for her significant contribution to young adult literature. Laurie has also been honored for her battles for intellectual freedom by the National Coalition Against Censorship and the National Council of Teachers of English. She is a member of RAINN's National Leadership Council and frequently speaks about sexual violence.

Leila del Duca is a comic book creator living in Portland, Oregon. Besides drawing Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed, she has drawn Sleepless, Shutter, and wrote Afar at Image Comics. Leila has also worked on titles such as The Wicked + The Divine, Scarlet Witch, American Vampire, and The Pantheon Project. During her spare time, she loves to make food, read, dabble in music, and do craft projects, especially during the Portland rainy months. She also loves staring off into space and considers it her favorite pasttime.

Subject: Self-reliance > Comic books, strips, etc.
Justice > Comic books, strips, etc.
Wonder Woman (Fictitious character) > Comic books, strips, etc.
Graphic novels.
Self-reliance > Fiction.
Imaginary wars and battles > Comic books, strips, etc.
Justice > Fiction.
Genre: Graphic novels.

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