Books by Adam J.B. Lane

ODD GODS by David Slavin
Released: May 14, 2019

"Newly minted fans will hope that future myth-adventures will be just as silly. (Graphic/fantasy hybrid. 7-11)"
Middle school is never easy, especially when you're powerless and your brother's a perfect God. Read full book review >
STOP THIEF! by Adam J.B. Lane
Released: May 22, 2012

"The story meanders just as much as the chase, but comics-style panels and fun, intricate details demand a closer look at this caper. (Picture book. 4-8)"
Randall McCoy is a self-proclaimed big boy now, with all the boundary testing that goes with it. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 2004

This uneven but promising, sometimes hysterically funny debut showcases framed, compressed-perspective bas-relief illustrations—all of which feature monsters of various oogy aspect and texture boogeying down at a party thrown by lonely Dracula. Though the accompanying verse sometimes limps along—"In his spooky castle old Count Drac / Is bored and at loose ends. / His scary name / Has brought him fame / But it's left him without friends"—the art more than compensates, with visions of "funky mummies rapping," a werewolf in a white disco suit, and a fashion show featuring creations by the likes of Donna Carrion and Coco Charnel, not to mention a menu of truly gross "horror d-oeuvres." Though this is at least the third "monster party" of the year for young readers, it's definitely not one to miss. (Picture book. 6-8)Read full book review >