Lou by Melissa MendesLou by Melissa Mendes

Lou

IllustratorMelissa Mendes

Paperback | May 27, 2016

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Lou is an eleven-year-old tomboy growing up in a small, working-class town in New England in the 1990s. One summer, it becomes clear that her brother Eddie's boss at the pizza shop is mixed up in some unsavory business. Things become more precarious, until finally Eddie shows up for work to find his boss Joey has vanished.Melissa Mendes is a cartoonist living and working in western Massachusetts. She attended Hampshire College from 2002 to 2006, and received her MFA from the Center For Cartoon Studies in 2010. Her debut graphic novel,Freddy Stories, was published with help from a Xeric Grant.
Melissa Mendes: Melissa Mendes is a cartoonist living and working in western Massachusetts. She attended Hampshire College from 2002 to 2006, and received her MFA from the Center For Cartoon Studies in 2010. Her debut graphic novel, Freddy Stories, was published with help from a Xeric Grant.
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Title:LouFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 8 × 6 × 0.29 inPublished:May 27, 2016Publisher:Alternative ComicsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1681485206

ISBN - 13:9781681485201

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Massachusetts cartoonist Melissa Mendes has a knack for comics that not only center on kids, but present the world from their points of view with an unromantic honesty." - John Seven,The Comics Beat"An engaging story, rather bittersweet, but also optimistic. I would read more from the author." - Nicola Mansfield,It's All Comic to Me"An utterly charming tale . . . " - Benn Ray,Largehearted Boy"Massachusetts cartoonist Melissa Mendes has a knack for comics that not only center on kids, but present the world from their points of view with an unromantic honesty." - John Seven,The Comics Beat"An engaging story, rather bittersweet, but also optimistic. I would read more from the author." - Nicola Mansfield,It's All Comic to Me"An utterly charming tale . . . " - Benn Ray,Largehearted Boy "