Lyle S. Staff Picks
The art in this book is beautiful. It almost feels like a Ghibli film, with a beautiful friendship that is formed through an adventure to uncover the truth behind a small town's folklore. A light story that is fun to read for anyone who loves magical realism.
The scope of this book is huge—I was impressed at the depth of the lore, characters, and settings that Shannon explores within just one (long) book. If you are looking for a Lord of the Rings type book but with more female/queer characters, look here. Plus, Dragon Riding.