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After watching her circle of friends seemingly fade away, Lora is determined to still have fun on her own, so when a tea party leads Lora to discovering Alexa, the ghost that haunts her house, they soon become best friends.


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After watching her circle of friends seemingly fade away, Lora is determined to still have fun on her own, so when a tea party leads Lora to discovering Alexa, the ghost that haunts her house, they soon become best friends.

30 review for Séance Tea Party: (A Graphic Novel)

  1. 5 out of 5

    s.penkevich

    If you need a good soul-cleansing cry, this is your book. Reimena Yee’s Seance Tea Party is a gorgeous and bittersweet graphic novel that tenderly addresses the anxieties of growing up. Lora is reaching an age where she feels her friends drifting apart, especially from her as their interests turn towards those of typical teenagers while she still enjoys things she fears her friends view as childish. A lover of all things spooky, she holds a seance and meets Alexa, the ghost who haunts her house. If you need a good soul-cleansing cry, this is your book. Reimena Yee’s Seance Tea Party is a gorgeous and bittersweet graphic novel that tenderly addresses the anxieties of growing up. Lora is reaching an age where she feels her friends drifting apart, especially from her as their interests turn towards those of typical teenagers while she still enjoys things she fears her friends view as childish. A lover of all things spooky, she holds a seance and meets Alexa, the ghost who haunts her house. While Lora is fearful of the future and growing up, Alexa has missed the opportunity to grow up and watches as generations of children pass her by. The juxtaposition in emotional plights helps them form a deep, meaningful friendship and support system while also pulling them apart. This isn’t a coming-of-age story as much as it is a pre-coming-of-age and explores just how emotionally challenging that period of change can be. I picked this one up for my soon-to-be 10 year old daughter and read it myself, so charmed by the artwork that I couldn’t resist. This is a book that will warm the heart of anyone of any age and I’ll admit there were several tears, especially at the elegantly executed conclusion. This is a challenging age for children, such as my own child who has expressed similar anxieties as Lora and I was glad for a book that addressed this issues with such empathy and insight. The emotions feel authentic and gives the reader the language to understand their similar anxiety, beautifully rendered in Yee’s adorable artwork that perfectly embodies that autumnal setting of the book. It is a book about holding onto the magic in life, which is something I often find I myself can do when reading YA graphic novels. Being able to revisit the emotions of youth to better understand them and use it in conversation with my daughter is something I’ve come to really appreciate and enjoy. Plus we can share a book and bond over that. This is a lovely little book that addresses a cool variety of issues and pieces them together like a quilt. It reminds me a bit of Katie O'Neill’s Tea Dragon books in the way it handles complex emotions with a quiet grace. Yee really excels with the graphic format, with an excellent variety of framed shots that keep the storytelling fresh and handles movement and passage of time really well. The opening sequence is a montage of several weeks in Lora’s life that really sets the stage perfectly and the storyboarding montage technique was done so perfectly that only a few pages in I was already in awe at Yee’s talents. This book is warm and tender like a hug after hurt feelings. The friendship between the two is really adorable and the side plots of Alexa piecing together what her life was like is really heart wrenching but beautiful. Great for any age, grab some tissues and get ready for a truly endearing supernatural friendship story. 4.5/5

  2. 5 out of 5

    CW (The Quiet Pond) ✨

    After reading this book, I just sobbed. Sobbed and sobbed and sobbed. Seance Tea Party is such a splendid and beautiful book about ghosts and friendship - and it's one of the few books I've read that shows that growing up and growing old is not just a privilege, but can be a beautiful thing too. - Follows Lora, a Malaysian teen who finds herself drifting away from her friends. When she meets Alexa, a ghost, their friendship blossoms and grows, and they soon become best friends. When Alexa starts After reading this book, I just sobbed. Sobbed and sobbed and sobbed. Seance Tea Party is such a splendid and beautiful book about ghosts and friendship - and it's one of the few books I've read that shows that growing up and growing old is not just a privilege, but can be a beautiful thing too. - Follows Lora, a Malaysian teen who finds herself drifting away from her friends. When she meets Alexa, a ghost, their friendship blossoms and grows, and they soon become best friends. When Alexa starts putting together the pieces of her past, their friendship will change forever. - Despite the fact that my 'premise in a sentence' sounds ominous, it really isn't. This is a soft, emotional, and gentle book about how things change, people grow up, but friendship lasts forever. - lol okay now I am crying again - But honestly - this book is so beautiful. The illustrations for this was SO gorgeous and so inspirational to me. You'll love the detail and how warm the art feels. - It's... also about growing up and I think it has one of the most beautiful portrayals of growing up I've ever read. Please, please read this. I was provided an eARC of this book by the author. This does not influence my opinions in any way. Trigger/content warning: (view spoiler)[chronic illness (not specific), death themes, loss of a loved one (hide spoiler)]

  3. 4 out of 5

    may ➹

    Oh, this was just so lovely, and felt like a much-needed warm hug. This is the story of Lora, a girl afraid of growing up and losing herself/her friends, and the ghost girl who helps her realize that Lora will be okay and also goes through her own arc of growing up. It’s also a story about friendship and how the good friends are everlasting, about trying new things and realizing who you are changes as you grow. I at first didn’t think I would connect much with the story, but it ended up resonati Oh, this was just so lovely, and felt like a much-needed warm hug. This is the story of Lora, a girl afraid of growing up and losing herself/her friends, and the ghost girl who helps her realize that Lora will be okay and also goes through her own arc of growing up. It’s also a story about friendship and how the good friends are everlasting, about trying new things and realizing who you are changes as you grow. I at first didn’t think I would connect much with the story, but it ended up resonating a lot with me, especially since I’m in my own transition period of my life where the idea of growing up is intimidating. Séance Tea Party is so special in that even though it’s geared towards young kids, I think older teens and adults can also find themselves soothed by it—I think we all are a little fearful of growing up sometimes, but this book also does an excellent job of showing how being able to grow old is a gift. And of course, the art adds so much to the story and the comforting feel of it, with how whimsical and cute the illustrations are. Just a beautiful book all around. :: representation :: Malaysian wlw MC, Black mlm side character, Latine side characters, wlw side character, side characters of color :: content warnings :: talk of death, illness

  4. 4 out of 5

    Artemis

    Oh my goddesses. Was this graphic novel made for me? How can I relate to a fantasy story this much? 'Séance Tea Party' has practically everything that I love: A cute, soft, cartoony art aesthetic; the theme of the power of imagination and childhood; the theme of growing up; a cute Halloween motif; cute and gorgeous magical creatures, big or little; a POC, LBGTQ, outcast female lead who loves all things witchy and has a distinctive, comfy style (mainly in black and purple fashion); friendship, with Oh my goddesses. Was this graphic novel made for me? How can I relate to a fantasy story this much? 'Séance Tea Party' has practically everything that I love: A cute, soft, cartoony art aesthetic; the theme of the power of imagination and childhood; the theme of growing up; a cute Halloween motif; cute and gorgeous magical creatures, big or little; a POC, LBGTQ, outcast female lead who loves all things witchy and has a distinctive, comfy style (mainly in black and purple fashion); friendship, with no romance to permeate everything; geeky characters and references; a simple but engaging and compelling mystery element; touching, sad and very human subject matters, while the story stays hopeful and sweet; an older, female, POC fantasy and fairy tale writer character; and overall a flawless mixture of fantasy and reality to the narrative. 'Séance Tea Party' is like 'Anya's Ghost' (but without any dark and ulterior motives), the works of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli, and the works of Kay O'Neill (who, incidentally, wrote a glowing review of this book for the blurb). It's scary how much I relate to the protagonist, Lora Xi. She's a preteen girl who is upset that all her childhood friends are growing up and drifting away from her, expressing new and "mature" interests. It's like they are fading from her life, and so she is lonely and stuck playing make-believe by herself. Lora doesn't want to lose her child's heart and free and easy outlook on life. But it's as hard being a young girl as it is being a woman of any age. One day, as a "witch", Lora ends up summoning a ghost girl named Alexa while playing at a séance tea party with her imaginary fairy creatures. Alexa was also Lora's "imaginary" friend from when she was younger. Now she's back. Maybe someone who can't grow up, who will always be around for her, is what Lora wants and needs. They can make magic together, forever. But what happens when Lora makes up with one of her old friends (Bobby, also a POC and on the LBGTQ spectrum), and makes new ones with some older girls? What will happen to Alexa when she starts becoming the lonely one? Who is she, anyway? Even she doesn't know that. What decade did she come from? How did she die? Who were her friends from when she was alive, and where are they now? Will Alexa want to stay a child and remain stuck in the same place for all eternity? Or will the ghost want to give up the ghost, and want to grow up after all? To just move on, like everyone else she's ever interacted with? I mentioned how much I relate to Lora, and she is a lot like me; now and from when I was a kid (except that I envy her being able to make friends so easily, even when she's so shy and doesn't believe in herself). We share the same interests and tastes. She is just one powerful touch in a graphic novel full of magic in every single beautiful and darling page. 'Séance Tea Party' is the second graphic novel in a row I've read today that's Halloween themed, contains LBGTQ content, is literally magical and supernatural, and is a sweet, wholesome children's coming-of-age tale; the first book was 'Beetle & the Hollowbones' (they both even feature cat ears as symbols of childhood!). I adore them, but I love 'Séance Tea Party' more for its all-encompassing relatability, and how much it's like the masterpieces that Kay O'Neill creates, such as 'The Tea Dragon Society' (of course). There's a charming, imaginative, whimsical, wistful, poignant and moving feel to it; it never gives up its child's heart to cynicism, nor its faith in human nature and the power of imagination. Also, that moment when Alexa looks in a mirror and uses Lora's purple lipstick to draw lines on it - age lines, for her face - and she sees herself as she might have looked like if she'd lived long enough to old age, like her childhood friends? That is bone-chilling. Countless beautiful meanings and life lessons are to be found in 'Séance Tea Party'. It is pure, comfortable, aureate, kind, friendly, tea-and-biscuit-covered love in book form. It has a bit of everything. One of my new favourite graphic novels of all time, say hello. What a perfect experience for me. Magic can be found anywhere - in the mind, in the environment, in books, in family, in friendships old and new. And however fleeting all these can be - as time waits on no one and is merciless - like magic, they can last forever. Work hard at it; hold on to them, never take them for granted, believe in yourself, be yourself, keep your child's heart and imagination, and you'll be fine. So never be afraid to grow up. "But that's what growing up is, no? Not knowing, and being confused. [...] No adult has any idea what they're doing all the time [...] And that's not a bad thing. [...] You get to make your own choices, and see those choices through. [...] You'll lose yourself sometimes and then discover something new. You'll be remaking and developing who you are as you live and love. [...] Do you see it, Lora? This is magic by another name -- freedom. [...] It's a blessing worth celebrating." Final Score: 5/5

  5. 4 out of 5

    Maia

    Lora Xi is a 12 year old with a vivid imagination, full of spirits, fairies and ghosts. But as she enters junior high, her friends all seem to be moving on from imaginative play. Feeling abandoned, Lora holds a séance tea party and meets a real ghost: Alexa Hudson, who died in the 1970s. Lora is delighted to have a new friend who won't grow up and leave her. But Lora isn't fixed in time herself: as she ages, Alexa fades. This a very beautiful and whimsical young adult story, though I didn't find Lora Xi is a 12 year old with a vivid imagination, full of spirits, fairies and ghosts. But as she enters junior high, her friends all seem to be moving on from imaginative play. Feeling abandoned, Lora holds a séance tea party and meets a real ghost: Alexa Hudson, who died in the 1970s. Lora is delighted to have a new friend who won't grow up and leave her. But Lora isn't fixed in time herself: as she ages, Alexa fades. This a very beautiful and whimsical young adult story, though I didn't find the passage of time a hundred percent believable, I still enjoyed it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    I so enjoyed this graphic novel, a story to inspire readers to stay true to the magic and imagination and loving spirit of childhood through all of life's changes. I so enjoyed this graphic novel, a story to inspire readers to stay true to the magic and imagination and loving spirit of childhood through all of life's changes.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    The melancholy story of a 12-year-old girl afraid of growing up and the ghost of a 14-year-old girl who befriends her. Light humor and general sweetness keep it from being too downbeat.

  8. 5 out of 5

    ʟᴇxɪᴇ

    *sobbing* This was beautiful.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    Lora's friends are growing up, wrapped up in things like crushes, social media, and parties, while she's still happy to continue being a kid, surrounded by the enchanting critters she's met. When she gets the idea of hosting a séance tea party in her room, she unknowingly invites a kind ghost her age named Alexa into her life. The two form a friendship full of fun and excitement, but as time goes by, Lora also begins to be swept away in adolescence, while Alexa begins to question what life would Lora's friends are growing up, wrapped up in things like crushes, social media, and parties, while she's still happy to continue being a kid, surrounded by the enchanting critters she's met. When she gets the idea of hosting a séance tea party in her room, she unknowingly invites a kind ghost her age named Alexa into her life. The two form a friendship full of fun and excitement, but as time goes by, Lora also begins to be swept away in adolescence, while Alexa begins to question what life would be like if she were able to grow up. Séance Tea Party is charming, bittersweet, and absolutely magical. This is one of my new top favorite graphic novels, and I know it will resonate with others just the same.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jess Darlington

    I loved this way more than I thought I would! The artwork was beautiful, it’s very aesthetically pleasing and very autumnal, I related to the main character SO much and the story was so touching and the meaning behind it...! I think every young girl should read this. It made me cry!!!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    rachel ☾

    ➸ Trigger warnings for (view spoiler)[death themes, grief & loss depiction, and death of a child from illness recounted (hide spoiler)] . ▷ Representation: Lora (mc) Malaysian & queer; Bobby (sc) Black & Achillean; Diana & Manny (scs) Latinx; Emily (sc) sapphic; BIPOC & queer scs. Blog • Trigger Warning Database • Twitter • Instagram ➸ Trigger warnings for (view spoiler)[death themes, grief & loss depiction, and death of a child from illness recounted (hide spoiler)] . ▷ Representation: Lora (mc) Malaysian & queer; Bobby (sc) Black & Achillean; Diana & Manny (scs) Latinx; Emily (sc) sapphic; BIPOC & queer scs. Blog • Trigger Warning Database • Twitter • Instagram

  12. 4 out of 5

    j o a n n a ☀️

    This book was so impossibly cute. I read it in one sitting and I think I might have to buy this one because I loved it that much. The artwork was SO cute and I loved the autumnal vibes. Halloween is my favorite holiday, and I love autumn time and this book captured both so perfectly! I also loved how it discussed the fear of growing up and the pain of losing friends. It was so pretty too! The artwork was absolutely gorgeous and I cannot wait to see what this author comes out with next! 🌕🍂

  13. 4 out of 5

    Katey Moore

    The vibes hooked me and the cuteness kept me. This story is cute and sad and heartwarming all in one. I LOVE the artwork. My favorite part is at the back of the book where the artist/author discusses her process. It's a beautiful behind-the-scenes look at writing a graphic novel that every kid deserves a peak at. Read this book in your favorite cozy sweater. The vibes hooked me and the cuteness kept me. This story is cute and sad and heartwarming all in one. I LOVE the artwork. My favorite part is at the back of the book where the artist/author discusses her process. It's a beautiful behind-the-scenes look at writing a graphic novel that every kid deserves a peak at. Read this book in your favorite cozy sweater.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    This was a fantastic graphic about friendship, about growing up, about learning about oneself, and about so much more. Meet Lora, a girl about to go from child to teen and she is not ready yet (and I so know that feeling). One day she decides to do a seance and so she meets Alexa, a ghost in her house. I really enjoyed reading about Alexa and Lora and seeing their friendship grow. But I also loved Lora and how she found her way as the months passed. How she met new people and how she made new fri This was a fantastic graphic about friendship, about growing up, about learning about oneself, and about so much more. Meet Lora, a girl about to go from child to teen and she is not ready yet (and I so know that feeling). One day she decides to do a seance and so she meets Alexa, a ghost in her house. I really enjoyed reading about Alexa and Lora and seeing their friendship grow. But I also loved Lora and how she found her way as the months passed. How she met new people and how she made new friends (though really I thought that group of girls was way older, I was quite surprised when we found out they were just 15). I loved seeing Lora experiment with things and find her way in this new teen world. I could definitely understand her feelings on many points. When I was her age I didn’t particularly care about fashion or celebrities. Just give me a good book, and later some good manga/anime, and I was set. So I didn’t fit in that much. But I did find friends who understood me and with whom I shared interests. I loved the message that while you grow up you don’t need to forget or lose your inner child and the magic that resides there. Because that is so true. Just because you grow up doesn’t mean you have to give up everything you love as a child. In the meantime Alexa finds out more about herself. About who she was, her friends, and I loved those parts, but also made me sad because I read enough stories to know how this would end. I really loved Alexa as a character, I loved how she could hug and dance and hold things, not many ghosts can do that so I was delighted. I loved how she was totally immersed in browsing on the internet. The ending was just a big tear-fest, and I cried. Beautifully written. Gorgeous illustrations, the style is just wonderful and I want more of Reimena’s art now! I really enjoyed this book a lot. It was wonderful and gorgeous and WOW. I would highly recommend it to all. Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  15. 4 out of 5

    skye

    this was so freaking adorable AND i teared up!!!!! thank u reimena for the ARC and for these feels

  16. 5 out of 5

    Valentina

    This was so cute! I loved the art style so much as well. I almost teared up at the end. What a adorable story with a great vibe. Recommend picking it up around Halloween, tho.

  17. 4 out of 5

    S.

    This graphic novel is beautiful and full of vibrant colors. It features a diverse cast, including queer characters (and fairies and a ghost). It's about change and aging. This graphic novel is beautiful and full of vibrant colors. It features a diverse cast, including queer characters (and fairies and a ghost). It's about change and aging.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Joe

    "Séance Tea Party" is one of the finest graphic novels I've ever read! I picked it up because it was on a best of list and oh my goodness, but it was amazing! The story of a young teenager on the cusp of growing up and wanting to hold onto childhood. This leads to many lonely days. Luckily, she befriends the ghost of a girl who died in the 1970's and they become best friends. I've never read a book that explores wanting to stay a child and the loss of childhood more acutely. I finished it just so "Séance Tea Party" is one of the finest graphic novels I've ever read! I picked it up because it was on a best of list and oh my goodness, but it was amazing! The story of a young teenager on the cusp of growing up and wanting to hold onto childhood. This leads to many lonely days. Luckily, she befriends the ghost of a girl who died in the 1970's and they become best friends. I've never read a book that explores wanting to stay a child and the loss of childhood more acutely. I finished it just sobbing with full body, ugly tears. All children (and children at heart) should read this book. I hope they make this into a movie!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ellen

    I am a proud 31 year old woman who was brought to tears by a children's graphic novel about ghosts. This book broke my heart and pieced it together and broke it again and I am so happy that it did. At first the art was what caught my eye, but as the book progressed the story and the emotions it evoked were so strong that it led me to the weepy lunchtime that I experienced. I will be recommending this to everyone that I can find to listen. I am a proud 31 year old woman who was brought to tears by a children's graphic novel about ghosts. This book broke my heart and pieced it together and broke it again and I am so happy that it did. At first the art was what caught my eye, but as the book progressed the story and the emotions it evoked were so strong that it led me to the weepy lunchtime that I experienced. I will be recommending this to everyone that I can find to listen.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Abbey

    This was such a stunning story about growing up and moving on. I 100% identified with Lori. I remember being in her situation when I was her age and feeling so lost amongst the other kids who seem to be growing up with interests that were so foreign to me. I would've loved to have this story back then. But what a delight to have it now. This was such a stunning story about growing up and moving on. I 100% identified with Lori. I remember being in her situation when I was her age and feeling so lost amongst the other kids who seem to be growing up with interests that were so foreign to me. I would've loved to have this story back then. But what a delight to have it now.

  21. 4 out of 5

    DK

    Absolutely enchanting! The art and story blend together in a magical tale about being weird, growing up, and growing into your true self. Adding this to my personal library!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Miranda

    I absolutely loved this

  23. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    A gorgeous graphic novel with a wonderful message. I loved Alexa.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Karina

    Rating: 4 Stars: ★★★★ Séance Tea Party is a charming, utterly delightful graphic novel that follows Lora, who navigates the trials of growing up while still embracing her childhood as everyone else around her changes! When Lora meets a friendly ghost named Alexa, they both embark on their own introspective journeys, navigate friendship and lots more! A heartwarming and cozy read for the spooky season! Séance Tea Party Book Review ☕🍂🎃 Well I'm now a sobbing mess thanks to this book! The way Y Rating: 4 Stars: ★★★★ Séance Tea Party is a charming, utterly delightful graphic novel that follows Lora, who navigates the trials of growing up while still embracing her childhood as everyone else around her changes! When Lora meets a friendly ghost named Alexa, they both embark on their own introspective journeys, navigate friendship and lots more! A heartwarming and cozy read for the spooky season! Séance Tea Party Book Review ☕🍂🎃 Well I'm now a sobbing mess thanks to this book! The way Yee discusses and delves into themes of loneliness, pains of growing up, nostalgia, and embracing your own magic, was beautifully explored throughout the entirety of the story. Lora finds joy in using her imagination, is fascinated with the paranormal and supernatural! However as the months pass, she begins to feel like the classmates and friends she had fun with, are leaving her behind. She feels like she can't really get into what everyone else is talking about/enjoying! Those emotions are woven into the story with so much care and truth, like Yee really captures it perfectly through this line "Topics change so fast every day and...I fall behind. I stop talking..." However, when she meets Alexa, she finds that joy again of imagination and embracing that delight in imagination and its just so beautiful! But as Lora gains the confidence to connect more with her peers and they both slowly start spending time apart, Alexa does some soul-searching of her own as well. As it turns out Alexa lived in the same city of Oaksfield 50 years prior and while she doesn't remember much, she realizes its time for a change. Alexa and Lora's friendship is the cutest!? I loved reading all the adventures they have together and just the joy they share with the power of supernatural magic and imagination! <3 The art is so charming! I've followed Yee's work for years and am thrilled to have finally picked up one of her books! The colors evoke the coziness of fall and the magic/wonder of imagination. The artwork outside each panel box, just adds to that charming and magical vibes. The paneling is fantastic, you never feel like the story is too fast, but while it does take its time throughout the middle, I think that's what also makes the themes and messages come through even more. Friendship, growing up, loneliness, anxiety and identity are all themes that Yee explores with so much depth and you sense them within every scene and moment of Lora & Alexa's stories! As for my rating, currently its at 4 because...well I'm not even sure! I absolutely adored it no doubt, still gathering all my thoughts I guess! The only thing I can think of is wanting more page time with Alexa and Lora, because as the story progresses you see that even as Lora grows and becomes more confident, you still want to see them hanging out together :'( There's also a slow pace to it, but that's the charm of it, feeling like the magical story can go on forever and ever, which I loved!! However, this is truly a 5-star read and I whole-heartedly recommend this gem!! But yeah, you'll love how heartwarming this is, but it will also make you SOB once you reach the end tbh!! Like, Yee really didn't have to make me cry at like 10pm with that ending, but she did, still love it with my entire heart and would love to see more stories with these characters and this magical world! Séance Tea Party is a fantastic middle-grade graphic novel debut you don't want to miss! Yee's charming art style and masterful storytelling navigates growing up, wonder of childhood, and the trials that come with finding your own path! This wondrous graphic novel is a MUST READ! Highly recommend it!

  25. 5 out of 5

    USOM

    I loved the graphic style and color scheme so much in Séance Tea Party. It had this fabulous cartoon style which made me so nostalgic. But what really got me in Séance Tea Party was how emotional and relatable it was. Lora is scared to grow up. She feels both like all her friends have moved on without her and being scared to cross that line. How relatable is that it? Wanting to rush towards a sense of 'grown up-ness' and to stop being a kid, while not also realizing the things we sometimes leave I loved the graphic style and color scheme so much in Séance Tea Party. It had this fabulous cartoon style which made me so nostalgic. But what really got me in Séance Tea Party was how emotional and relatable it was. Lora is scared to grow up. She feels both like all her friends have moved on without her and being scared to cross that line. How relatable is that it? Wanting to rush towards a sense of 'grown up-ness' and to stop being a kid, while not also realizing the things we sometimes leave behind. But for Lora, she's scared of what she will lose. full review; https://utopia-state-of-mind.com/revi...

  26. 5 out of 5

    Shani

    A great coming of age story with a little help from a friendly ghost. With a blend of magic and acceptance, Lora learns how to grow with those around her but also stay true to herself. Alexa, the household ghost helps Lora through this journey but also has her own growing to do. The illustrations capture the emotions and excitement of the story. The text is descriptive and draws readers into the story. The imaginative aspect of the story allows readers to delight in "childish" memories. Growing up A great coming of age story with a little help from a friendly ghost. With a blend of magic and acceptance, Lora learns how to grow with those around her but also stay true to herself. Alexa, the household ghost helps Lora through this journey but also has her own growing to do. The illustrations capture the emotions and excitement of the story. The text is descriptive and draws readers into the story. The imaginative aspect of the story allows readers to delight in "childish" memories. Growing up does not mean changing who you are.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    "The world is so strange and fancy." Last night I read Séance Tea Party all in one sitting, and I loved it so much! I'm obsessed with the artwork, and the story was so cute and fun. I highly recommend checking out this middle grade graphic novel! CW - death from illness "The world is so strange and fancy." Last night I read Séance Tea Party all in one sitting, and I loved it so much! I'm obsessed with the artwork, and the story was so cute and fun. I highly recommend checking out this middle grade graphic novel! CW - death from illness

  28. 5 out of 5

    Loz

    I loved this. The art, the colors, the style, the flow, the story, the characters, all of it. It was a balm, a blessing, a joy, and a lesson. Good stuff!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    This book sent me zero to sobbing in 30 minutes. Touching and gorgeous and I want every single outfit Lora wears.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mari Johnston

    Absolutely magical. I really loved this so much.

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