|Manga like Gon [message #405131]
||Wed, 03 February 2021 14:02
Originally posted by: Julien ÉLIE|
I've recently discovered Gon, a manga without any text, featuring the
adventures of a dinosaur. Very expressive drawings! My 5-year-old son
is fan of it, and enjoys when I comment the drawings as though I were
reading him the story.
My question are:
- are you aware of similar mangas?
- do you have any recommandation for 5-year-old boys?
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|Re: Manga like Gon [message #410552 is a reply to message #405131]
||Thu, 19 August 2021 01:35
Originally posted by: Bobbie Sellers|
On 2/3/21 11:02, Julien ÉLIE wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've recently discovered Gon, a manga without any text, featuring the
> adventures of a dinosaur. Very expressive drawings! My 5-year-old son
> is fan of it, and enjoys when I comment the drawings as though I were
> reading him the story.
> My question are:
> - are you aware of similar mangas?
> - do you have any recommandation for 5-year-old boys?
Well I did not start reading Manga until I was
65 years old. I never was too interested in reading
matter for younger people but in the USA we have an
institution called a public library. These are packed
full of books and specialists including those who
specialize in suitable reading for children of tender
years. In the San Francisco Public Library Main we
have graphic novels shelved with the manga so the the
staff of the children's section ought to have
recommendations of similar material.
Personally I started with Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, then Mary Jane and
Sniffles(the mouse) the I moved on to the Disney mice and
ducks finally falling under the spell of Bugs Bunny. Thus my fall
into poverty and infamy began.
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