Books by Naresh Kumar

CHILDREN'S
Released: Feb. 1, 2013

"Despite occasional stumbles, a worthwhile reminder for readers who will recognize his name but may be a little hazy on what he stood for. (Graphic biography. 11-13)"
An inspirational biography in graphic format—highlighting both King's passion for his cause and his devotion to Gandhi's nonviolent methods. Read full book review >
THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN by Roland Mann
FICTION
Released: Oct. 19, 2010

"Co-published with its prequel, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, adapted by Matt Josdal, illustrated by Brian Shearer (ISBN: 978-93-80028-34-7). (Graphic classic. 12-14)"
This slender graphic adaptation of the Great American Novel preserves some of Twain's language, most of his plot and a good sense of his sardonic take on human society. Read full book review >
FRANKENSTEIN by Lloyd S. Wagner
adapted by Lloyd S. Wagner, illustrated by Naresh Kumar
FICTION
Released: July 27, 2010

"A satisfyingly haunting introduction to a masterwork of English literature, likely to inspire further interest in all things Frankenstein. (Graphic classic. 10 & up)"
Mary Shelley's horror classic is a story meant to be illustrated. Read full book review >
ROBINSON CRUSOE by Dan Johnson
adapted by Dan Johnson, illustrated by Naresh Kumar
Released: July 6, 2010

"Passable for young readers fond of action-packed video games but unlikely to inspire interest in the original. (Graphic classic. 10 & up)"
Johnson and Kumar revisit Daniel Defoe's classic castaway tale for the PlayStation generation, creating a survival story told through fast-paced action sequences that barely scratches the surface of the original. Read full book review >