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Tall: Great American Folktales

Tall: Great American Folktales

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by Martin Powell, Michelle Lamoreaux

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Four larger-than-life American folktales come alive in this collection of comics from award-winning creators and rising stars! The tall tales include Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, John Henry, and Johnny Appleseed.


Four larger-than-life American folktales come alive in this collection of comics from award-winning creators and rising stars! The tall tales include Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, John Henry, and Johnny Appleseed.

Product Details

Capstone Press
Publication date:
Graphic Spin
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
File size:
46 MB
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Age Range:
8 - 11 Years

Meet the Author

Since 1986, Martin Powell has been a freelance writer. He has written hundreds of stories, many of which have been published by Disney, Marvel, Tekno comic, Moonstone Books, and others. In 1989, Powell received an Eisner Award nomination for his graphic novel Scarlet in Gaslight. This award is one of the highest comic book honors.

Sean Tulien is a children’s book editor living and working in Minnesota. In his spare time, he likes to read, eat sushi, exercise outdoors, listen to loud music, and write books like this one.

After working more than 10 years as a children's book editor, Stephanie True Peters started writing books herself. She has since written 40 books, including the New York Times best seller A Princess Primer: A Fairy Godmother's Guide to Being a Princess. When not at her computer, Peters enjoys playing with her two children, hitting the gym, or working on home improvement projects with her patient and supportive husband, Daniel.

Michelle Lamoreaux is an illustrator from southern Utah. She works with many publishers, agencies, and magazines throughout the US. She currently works out of Salt Lake City.

Lisa K. Weber has been making art for kid’s books, comics, and cartoons since graduating from Parsons School of Design in 2000.  Her whimsically twisted illustrations have appeared in several publications, including The Ogre of Oglefort, and The Sisters 8, both Junior Library Guild selections, as well as The Bremen Town Musicians and the Hocus Pocus Hotel series from Capstone.  She has also created comic adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe's Hop-Frog, Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray, and Saki’s Tobermory, featured in Graphic Classics, and has contributed character designs and storyboards for Nickelodeon, Curious Pictures, and PBS Kids.  Lisa currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.

Aaron Blecha was raised by a school of slimy, yet gooey, giant squids in Wisconsin. Since then, Blecha has been working for more than ten years as an illustrator and designer for a hodgepodge of fun clients in the animation, publishing, toy, and entertainment industries. After many years in San Francisco, he now calls London his home.

Nelson Evergreen lives on the south coast of the United Kingdom with his partner and their imaginary cat. Evergreen is a comic artist, illustrator, and general all-round doodler of whatever nonsense pops into his head. He contributes regularly to the British underground comics scene, and is currently writing and illustrating a number of graphic novel and picture book hybrids for older children.

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Tall: America's Greatest Folktales 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
GHott More than 1 year ago
Do you ever wonder how the tales we grew up on have passed by the wayside? Take a moment and revive them at your house! This graphic novel features four beloved tall tales that will encompass even your most difficult reader. We sat forever and learned about Paul Bunyon, Pecos Bill, John Henry, and Johnny Appleseed. Even if you’re not interested in the tall tales – the graphics are worth your time to check this one out! Hott Review More and more I must say that I have a thing for Capstone. I’ve yet to see a children’s book that they’ve published and I’ve not liked loved. Sure, they have some awesome stories but their graphics keep even the children who dislike reading interested – Thanks, Capstone!