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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Teen Nonfiction Graphic Novel Review

Title: Maker Comics: Fix a Car!
Illustrator: Chris Schweizer
Reviewed by: Michaelene M

In Maker Comics: Fix a Car!, a group of teens attend Car Club where they learn basic car repair and maintenance. It’s all the techniques, tools, and knowledge readers of all ages need to diagnose common car issues, while giving them the confidence needed to start their journey into car repair.

Schweizer, through the instructional lens of teacher Mrs. Gritt, turns car repair into a fun exploration with friends. Detailed illustrations break down the different systems of a car before putting it back together again. The teens also run into common problems on the road, giving Mrs. Gritt the chance to show tools needed to diagnose issues and make DIY car repairs.

This is a great introductory guide not only for teens taking care of their first car but also for any driver who wants to know basic car maintenance. From changing the oil to washing your car. An essential tool to have in your glovebox that makes car repair easy and attainable.

Maker Comics: Fix a Car! is available as a physical book in the library. Call us at 580-234-6313 to reserve.

Michaelene M.https://enid.okpls.org/
Michaelene M. is the Communications Specialist at the Enid Public Library as well as a dedicated reader, writer, and librarian. She enjoys talking books (particularly romance novels), but she reads widely and believes that everyone should see themselves in the books that they read.



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