The Love Report Volume 2 (Hardcover)

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The Love Report Volume 2 (Hardcover)

By BeKa, Maya (Illustrator)


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In this second book in the addictive graphic novel series for tweens, Grace and Lola uncover more truths about romance and friendship at home, at school, and on an island holiday.

BFFs Grace and Lola are back in volume two of The Love Report. Grace tries to adjust to her parents' split, but dividing her time between two homes is no fun; Lola and Grace help Adele find a place to stay–an old factory–to escape her evil stepmother; and Lola wants to help Felicity after one of the boys begins harassing her, but it’s not easy. Summer comes just in time, and the change of season brings the girls and Adele to the island of Sardinia, where they continue to discover the ins and outs of love and romance far from home and school.
BeKa is the code name for a well-known pair of French writers, Caroline Roque and Bertrand Escaich, both whom are based in Toulouse in southwestern France. Caroline was studying for a doctoral degree in biology, when she was overtaken by her passion for storytelling. She and Bertrand–known for his comics script writing–became a writing duo and have never looked back. They have worked together on several successful series in France, including Chinn and The Misfits Club for Girls.

Maya, whose real name is Martina Mura, is an Italian-born cartoonist from the seaside town of Alghero, Sardinia. From a young age, Maya loved writing and drawing comics. As she grew older, she discovered manga, which led her to attend the European Manga Academy for two years. In 2021, Maya joined forces with BeKa to create, using delicate but lively lines to perfectly capture the uncertainties and curiosities of two young teenagers discovering love.
Product Details ISBN: 9781662640599
ISBN-10: 1662640595
Publisher: Hippo Park
Publication Date: February 13th, 2024
Pages: 200
Language: English
Series: The Love Report
“Friendship takes center stage here and allows for deep ruminations on love….[with] the emphasis on the girls’ commitment to one another."—Kirkus Reviews

“Speak[s] to the concern many tweens hold with the question: “Will I be able to recognize romantic love in my own life.’”School Library Journal