Sheets

Sheets

Marjorie Glatt feels like a ghost. A practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her daily routine features unforgiving customers, unbearable P.E. classes, and the fastidious Mr. Saubertuck who is committed to destroying everything she?s worked for. Wendell is a ghost. A boy who lost his life much too young, his daily routine features ineffective d Marjorie Glatt feels like a ghost. A practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her dail...

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Title:Sheets
Author:Brenna Thummler
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:194130267X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:240 pages pages

Sheets Reviews

  • Maria (Big City Bookworm)
    May 17, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

  • Laura
    Apr 28, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

    Actual rating: 3,5 stars! Such a lovely, lovely story, with themes like grief, isolation, and hard work that seems to be for naught but isn't. While the story is mostly slice-of-life, the supernatural element gives it an extra bit of pizzazz, but also makes it more... childish, I th...

    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Marjorie and Wendell don't feel like they belong. She's a practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her daily routine features unforgiving customers, unbearable P.E. classes, an...

    Marjorie is a lonely young teen. She has recently lost her mother, her father is depressed, and Marjorie has found herself in charge of the family laundry business. Wendell is a ghost. He died as a boy, and is adjusting to his new sheet-dependent afterlife. When they unexpectedly encou...

    I liked it so much for the concept. The best thing was definitely the art and how real the character drawings are because there are imperfections and shit. Full review to come soon! Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram ...

    I voluntarily read this ARC in exchange for an honest review. I have to admit that I only shelved this in my TBR because of that cute cover! And this turned out to be a real surprise for me. Sheets is a story of a ghost wanting to fit in and a girl struggling to make ends meet for h...

    *3.5 This was such a sweet and cute graphic novel! Marjorie Glatt feels like a ghost. A 13 year old running her family?s laundromat, dealing with unforgiving customers, school, and a man determined to destroy all her hard work. Wendell actually is a ghost. A young boy, attending ...

    This was such a cute read! The story follows Marjorie, who is a thirteen-year-old girl and the owner of a laundry business after her mother's death the previous spring. She feels like a ghost, can't swim any longer because of her mother's drowning and to top it all, her stepfa...

    Sheets was a blast to the past. I couldn't quite figure out the time frame the story was supposed to be set in until I saw the newspaper article. Marji's jelly shoes then made sense, although I was puzzled by her windbreaker, which seemed more 80s. I am drawn to graphic novels for ...

    The last book I read about a death of a parent was one where the children were being taught to grieve. It was sad, but was not sad the way this one is. This one has the oldest daughter not even getting the chance to grieve because she has become the head of the household, as her father...

  • Jennifer (Jen/The Tolkien Gal/ジェニファー)
    May 06, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

  • Amanda (Kindled)
    Jul 23, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

    Actual rating: 3,5 stars! Such a lovely, lovely story, with themes like grief, isolation, and hard work that seems to be for naught but isn't. While the story is mostly slice-of-life, the supernatural element gives it an extra bit of pizzazz, but also makes it more... childish, I th...

    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Marjorie and Wendell don't feel like they belong. She's a practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her daily routine features unforgiving customers, unbearable P.E. classes, an...

    Marjorie is a lonely young teen. She has recently lost her mother, her father is depressed, and Marjorie has found herself in charge of the family laundry business. Wendell is a ghost. He died as a boy, and is adjusting to his new sheet-dependent afterlife. When they unexpectedly encou...

    I liked it so much for the concept. The best thing was definitely the art and how real the character drawings are because there are imperfections and shit. Full review to come soon! Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram ...

    I voluntarily read this ARC in exchange for an honest review. I have to admit that I only shelved this in my TBR because of that cute cover! And this turned out to be a real surprise for me. Sheets is a story of a ghost wanting to fit in and a girl struggling to make ends meet for h...

    *3.5 This was such a sweet and cute graphic novel! Marjorie Glatt feels like a ghost. A 13 year old running her family?s laundromat, dealing with unforgiving customers, school, and a man determined to destroy all her hard work. Wendell actually is a ghost. A young boy, attending ...

    This was such a cute read! The story follows Marjorie, who is a thirteen-year-old girl and the owner of a laundry business after her mother's death the previous spring. She feels like a ghost, can't swim any longer because of her mother's drowning and to top it all, her stepfa...

    Sheets was a blast to the past. I couldn't quite figure out the time frame the story was supposed to be set in until I saw the newspaper article. Marji's jelly shoes then made sense, although I was puzzled by her windbreaker, which seemed more 80s. I am drawn to graphic novels for ...

  • Julie
    Sep 19, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

  • Catriona (LittleBookOwl)
    Jun 26, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

  • Darinda
    Aug 25, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

    Actual rating: 3,5 stars! Such a lovely, lovely story, with themes like grief, isolation, and hard work that seems to be for naught but isn't. While the story is mostly slice-of-life, the supernatural element gives it an extra bit of pizzazz, but also makes it more... childish, I th...

    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Marjorie and Wendell don't feel like they belong. She's a practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her daily routine features unforgiving customers, unbearable P.E. classes, an...

    Marjorie is a lonely young teen. She has recently lost her mother, her father is depressed, and Marjorie has found herself in charge of the family laundry business. Wendell is a ghost. He died as a boy, and is adjusting to his new sheet-dependent afterlife. When they unexpectedly encou...

  • Adela Cacovean
    Aug 09, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

    Actual rating: 3,5 stars! Such a lovely, lovely story, with themes like grief, isolation, and hard work that seems to be for naught but isn't. While the story is mostly slice-of-life, the supernatural element gives it an extra bit of pizzazz, but also makes it more... childish, I th...

    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Marjorie and Wendell don't feel like they belong. She's a practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her daily routine features unforgiving customers, unbearable P.E. classes, an...

    Marjorie is a lonely young teen. She has recently lost her mother, her father is depressed, and Marjorie has found herself in charge of the family laundry business. Wendell is a ghost. He died as a boy, and is adjusting to his new sheet-dependent afterlife. When they unexpectedly encou...

    I liked it so much for the concept. The best thing was definitely the art and how real the character drawings are because there are imperfections and shit. Full review to come soon! Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram ...

    I voluntarily read this ARC in exchange for an honest review. I have to admit that I only shelved this in my TBR because of that cute cover! And this turned out to be a real surprise for me. Sheets is a story of a ghost wanting to fit in and a girl struggling to make ends meet for h...

    *3.5 This was such a sweet and cute graphic novel! Marjorie Glatt feels like a ghost. A 13 year old running her family?s laundromat, dealing with unforgiving customers, school, and a man determined to destroy all her hard work. Wendell actually is a ghost. A young boy, attending ...

    This was such a cute read! The story follows Marjorie, who is a thirteen-year-old girl and the owner of a laundry business after her mother's death the previous spring. She feels like a ghost, can't swim any longer because of her mother's drowning and to top it all, her stepfa...

  • Bruna Miranda
    Aug 01, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer
    Aug 12, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

    Actual rating: 3,5 stars! Such a lovely, lovely story, with themes like grief, isolation, and hard work that seems to be for naught but isn't. While the story is mostly slice-of-life, the supernatural element gives it an extra bit of pizzazz, but also makes it more... childish, I th...

    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Marjorie and Wendell don't feel like they belong. She's a practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her daily routine features unforgiving customers, unbearable P.E. classes, an...

  • Carol
    Sep 05, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

  • Jesse (JesseTheReader)
    Aug 29, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

  • Lola
    Aug 18, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

  • Lauren
    Apr 27, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

    Actual rating: 3,5 stars! Such a lovely, lovely story, with themes like grief, isolation, and hard work that seems to be for naught but isn't. While the story is mostly slice-of-life, the supernatural element gives it an extra bit of pizzazz, but also makes it more... childish, I th...

    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Marjorie and Wendell don't feel like they belong. She's a practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her daily routine features unforgiving customers, unbearable P.E. classes, an...

    Marjorie is a lonely young teen. She has recently lost her mother, her father is depressed, and Marjorie has found herself in charge of the family laundry business. Wendell is a ghost. He died as a boy, and is adjusting to his new sheet-dependent afterlife. When they unexpectedly encou...

    I liked it so much for the concept. The best thing was definitely the art and how real the character drawings are because there are imperfections and shit. Full review to come soon! Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram ...

    I voluntarily read this ARC in exchange for an honest review. I have to admit that I only shelved this in my TBR because of that cute cover! And this turned out to be a real surprise for me. Sheets is a story of a ghost wanting to fit in and a girl struggling to make ends meet for h...

    *3.5 This was such a sweet and cute graphic novel! Marjorie Glatt feels like a ghost. A 13 year old running her family?s laundromat, dealing with unforgiving customers, school, and a man determined to destroy all her hard work. Wendell actually is a ghost. A young boy, attending ...

    This was such a cute read! The story follows Marjorie, who is a thirteen-year-old girl and the owner of a laundry business after her mother's death the previous spring. She feels like a ghost, can't swim any longer because of her mother's drowning and to top it all, her stepfa...

    Sheets was a blast to the past. I couldn't quite figure out the time frame the story was supposed to be set in until I saw the newspaper article. Marji's jelly shoes then made sense, although I was puzzled by her windbreaker, which seemed more 80s. I am drawn to graphic novels for ...

    The last book I read about a death of a parent was one where the children were being taught to grieve. It was sad, but was not sad the way this one is. This one has the oldest daughter not even getting the chance to grieve because she has become the head of the household, as her father...

    First let me thank Netgalley for an advanced digital copy. I knew when I saw the cover that I would like this book and I did. Such a unique story, very creative. It follows a young girl named Marjorie and how she is stuck going to school and running the laundry after her mom dies. Her ...

    Thanks to netgalley for providing an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review This book was an absolute delight to read! I loved reading this, and it definitely reminded me of my high school days and feeling lonely and dealing with death. The story was so bittersw...

  • ❈ laura ❈
    Aug 09, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Sep 10, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

  • Nat
    Apr 26, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

  • Liv (Stories For Coffee)
    Jun 07, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

  • Chad
    Jun 20, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

  • ♛ Garima ♛
    Apr 30, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

  • claire
    Jul 17, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

  • Montzalee Wittmann
    Jun 24, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

  • Caitlin Smith
    Aug 16, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

    Actual rating: 3,5 stars! Such a lovely, lovely story, with themes like grief, isolation, and hard work that seems to be for naught but isn't. While the story is mostly slice-of-life, the supernatural element gives it an extra bit of pizzazz, but also makes it more... childish, I th...

    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Marjorie and Wendell don't feel like they belong. She's a practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her daily routine features unforgiving customers, unbearable P.E. classes, an...

    Marjorie is a lonely young teen. She has recently lost her mother, her father is depressed, and Marjorie has found herself in charge of the family laundry business. Wendell is a ghost. He died as a boy, and is adjusting to his new sheet-dependent afterlife. When they unexpectedly encou...

    I liked it so much for the concept. The best thing was definitely the art and how real the character drawings are because there are imperfections and shit. Full review to come soon! Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram ...

    I voluntarily read this ARC in exchange for an honest review. I have to admit that I only shelved this in my TBR because of that cute cover! And this turned out to be a real surprise for me. Sheets is a story of a ghost wanting to fit in and a girl struggling to make ends meet for h...

    *3.5 This was such a sweet and cute graphic novel! Marjorie Glatt feels like a ghost. A 13 year old running her family?s laundromat, dealing with unforgiving customers, school, and a man determined to destroy all her hard work. Wendell actually is a ghost. A young boy, attending ...

  • Schizanthus
    Apr 25, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

  • Niki
    May 20, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

    Actual rating: 3,5 stars! Such a lovely, lovely story, with themes like grief, isolation, and hard work that seems to be for naught but isn't. While the story is mostly slice-of-life, the supernatural element gives it an extra bit of pizzazz, but also makes it more... childish, I th...

  • Mortisha Cassavetes
    Apr 28, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

    Actual rating: 3,5 stars! Such a lovely, lovely story, with themes like grief, isolation, and hard work that seems to be for naught but isn't. While the story is mostly slice-of-life, the supernatural element gives it an extra bit of pizzazz, but also makes it more... childish, I th...

    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Marjorie and Wendell don't feel like they belong. She's a practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her daily routine features unforgiving customers, unbearable P.E. classes, an...

    Marjorie is a lonely young teen. She has recently lost her mother, her father is depressed, and Marjorie has found herself in charge of the family laundry business. Wendell is a ghost. He died as a boy, and is adjusting to his new sheet-dependent afterlife. When they unexpectedly encou...

    I liked it so much for the concept. The best thing was definitely the art and how real the character drawings are because there are imperfections and shit. Full review to come soon! Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram ...

    I voluntarily read this ARC in exchange for an honest review. I have to admit that I only shelved this in my TBR because of that cute cover! And this turned out to be a real surprise for me. Sheets is a story of a ghost wanting to fit in and a girl struggling to make ends meet for h...

    *3.5 This was such a sweet and cute graphic novel! Marjorie Glatt feels like a ghost. A 13 year old running her family?s laundromat, dealing with unforgiving customers, school, and a man determined to destroy all her hard work. Wendell actually is a ghost. A young boy, attending ...

    This was such a cute read! The story follows Marjorie, who is a thirteen-year-old girl and the owner of a laundry business after her mother's death the previous spring. She feels like a ghost, can't swim any longer because of her mother's drowning and to top it all, her stepfa...

    Sheets was a blast to the past. I couldn't quite figure out the time frame the story was supposed to be set in until I saw the newspaper article. Marji's jelly shoes then made sense, although I was puzzled by her windbreaker, which seemed more 80s. I am drawn to graphic novels for ...

    The last book I read about a death of a parent was one where the children were being taught to grieve. It was sad, but was not sad the way this one is. This one has the oldest daughter not even getting the chance to grieve because she has become the head of the household, as her father...

    First let me thank Netgalley for an advanced digital copy. I knew when I saw the cover that I would like this book and I did. Such a unique story, very creative. It follows a young girl named Marjorie and how she is stuck going to school and running the laundry after her mom dies. Her ...

  • San
    Aug 29, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

  • Mavence [semi hiatus]
    May 18, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

    Actual rating: 3,5 stars! Such a lovely, lovely story, with themes like grief, isolation, and hard work that seems to be for naught but isn't. While the story is mostly slice-of-life, the supernatural element gives it an extra bit of pizzazz, but also makes it more... childish, I th...

    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Marjorie and Wendell don't feel like they belong. She's a practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her daily routine features unforgiving customers, unbearable P.E. classes, an...

    Marjorie is a lonely young teen. She has recently lost her mother, her father is depressed, and Marjorie has found herself in charge of the family laundry business. Wendell is a ghost. He died as a boy, and is adjusting to his new sheet-dependent afterlife. When they unexpectedly encou...

    I liked it so much for the concept. The best thing was definitely the art and how real the character drawings are because there are imperfections and shit. Full review to come soon! Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram ...

    I voluntarily read this ARC in exchange for an honest review. I have to admit that I only shelved this in my TBR because of that cute cover! And this turned out to be a real surprise for me. Sheets is a story of a ghost wanting to fit in and a girl struggling to make ends meet for h...

  • Cassandra
    May 03, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

  • Fanna
    Jul 28, 2018

    It has been a long time since I've read a graphic novel where I left it FEELING something. Don't get me wrong, I love graphic novels and I think they're so fun, but few really have left an emotional impact on me. I'm leaving this one, feeling the mark of that impact. (or should I say "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars In Sheets we follow Wendell, a ghost wearing a sheet, and Marjorie, a young girl running her family's laundromat. At first, we jump between their two stories but eventually, they weave together. This is such a sweet read, both heartbreaking and heartwarming. I abso...

    I loved this book soooo much! I added to my favorites! It just had a homey feel to it. I can't explain it! And the graphics are wonderful! And ghosts!! Grief, trying to find yourself, family. Just wonderful! Mel ??? ...

    Local Friendly Ghosts, Grief, and Solitude Sheets  illustrates the determination of a young girl to fight, even when all parts of her world seem to be conspiring against her. It proves that second chances are possible whether life feels over or life is over. But above all, i...

    Brenna Thummler illustrated the fabulous, wonderful, I can't-say-enough-good-things-about-it Anne of Green Gables a graphic novel, so when I saw she was flying solo on her own debut graphic novel, I didn't hesitate to pre-order a copy and pay the full price for it. When it arrived, ...

    SOLD! The ghostly book cover....the inside front and back covers....the detailed soft colored illustrations....just wonderful! The memories are bittersweet....the laundry never-ending....or is it! Poor Marjorie....so much to do. Trying to survive middle school with no friends and run t...

    I honestly don?t understand why this graphic novel has such low ratings on Goodreads. It?s not the best book I?ve ever read, but normally there?s something really wrong with a book to get so many one and two stars. I don?t often question an average rating, because we?re ...

    It's 1998 in Marjorie's world and the feels are no less in 2018. "Mom opened glatt's Laundry when she was only nineteen. Bath then, it was "Dellaway Laundry", which is loads better. But then she met Dad and lost the ability to make rational decisions."...She died the past spri...

    *Disclaimer: A copy of Sheets by Brenna Thummler was provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way. -- Initial post reading thoughts: Well, wasn't that adorable and heartbreaking and beautiful all...

    Sheets by Brenna Thummler is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I found the first part of the book a bit slow but it did pick up when there was more interaction with the ghost. I felt for the girl and the ghost but I wasn't too invested in them. I found th...

    I was bowled over by Brenna Thummler?s illustrations in Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel so when I heard she had written her own graphic novel I was all in. I simply adore Brenna?s ability to capture an image and present it in a way that I want her to draw the entire world f...

    4.5 STARS - The cutest little graphic novel that gives me major Steven Universe vibes with its color palette. The story is so adorable, as well. ...

    I loved this. Following review is taken from here. A really sweet, middle-grade story of a young girl, Marjorie, just trying to get over her mother's death and figure out her place in the world. But it also has ghosts. The cool thing about these ghosts is that they wear ...

    É tão bonitinhoooo! <3 **I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Thank you NetGalley and Diamond Book Distributors** Sheets got my attention because of its cover, I'll admit. Inside, I found an adorable story about Marjorie, a girl who lost her mom recently and...

    Almost 2 completely separate stories until halfway through the book. One, a very boring story about a middle school girl, Marj, who has lost her mother and has to run her family's laundry service in addition to school. The other. a much more compelling story of a recently deceased boy ...

    my rating: ??? This was a sweet and cute story with innocent characters but still with heartbreaking points. It revolves around Marjorie, a girl who lost her mother and she takes care of the family business while she feel out of this world, and Wendell, a ghost who doesn't fe...

    Review to come ...

    RTC ...

    So, let me start this by saying that I am a huge fan of graphic novels as a whole, but it's true gems like these that having me ranting and raving at my local comic book shop, asking everyone what they're reading and immediately adding it to my TBR. I would like to say that I was s...

    Actual rating: 3,5 stars! Such a lovely, lovely story, with themes like grief, isolation, and hard work that seems to be for naught but isn't. While the story is mostly slice-of-life, the supernatural element gives it an extra bit of pizzazz, but also makes it more... childish, I th...

    Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... Marjorie and Wendell don't feel like they belong. She's a practical thirteen year old in charge of the family laundry business, her daily routine features unforgiving customers, unbearable P.E. classes, an...

    Marjorie is a lonely young teen. She has recently lost her mother, her father is depressed, and Marjorie has found herself in charge of the family laundry business. Wendell is a ghost. He died as a boy, and is adjusting to his new sheet-dependent afterlife. When they unexpectedly encou...

    I liked it so much for the concept. The best thing was definitely the art and how real the character drawings are because there are imperfections and shit. Full review to come soon! Blog | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram ...