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Page by Paige Everyone sees a quiet redhead who draws things But when I close my eyes, I m laughing and screaming and scheming and daydreaming New city New friends New Paige When Paige s parents move her family from Virginia to New York City, Paige doesn t know where she fits in any At first, the only thing keeping her company is her notebook, where she pours her worries and observations and experiments with her secret identity ARTIST With the confidence the book brings her, she starts to make friends and shake up her family s expectations But she is ready to become the person she draws in her notebook Laura Lee Gulledge s stunning art digs deep into the soul and exposes all the ups, downs, and sideways feelings of being a young adult on the edge of the rest of your life


About the Author: Laura Lee Gulledge

LAURA LEE GULLEDGE is an Eisner Award nominated author, illustrator, and active teaching artist She is the creator of the YA graphic novels Page by Paige, Will Whit, and The Dark Matter of Mona Starr April 2020, Abrams Books in addition to her interactive book Sketchbook Dares 24 Ways to Draw Out Your Inner Artist Laura Lee also enjoys exploring comics journalism, interactive event production, contemplative dance, street art, developing the Will Whit DIY musical, and spreading Artner Love She is based in Charlottesville, Virginia and found online at whoislauralee.com.BOOK LAUNCH UPDATE Mona is OUT NOW Happy birthday, Mona.3 You are invited to my Virtual Book Tour happening Saturdays on Facebook Live now through Mid May More info PLUS MY NEW COMIC about this whole emotional weird book release here



10 thoughts on “Page by Paige

  1. isabelle isabelle says:

    If you re looking for a corny book about a country turned city girl with a excessively low self esteem, look no further Also featuring,But really, I m still looking for that one graphic novel that will blow my senses away Better luck next time If you re looking for a corny book about a country turned city girl with a excessively low self esteem, look no further Also featuring,But really, I m still looking for that one graphic novel that will blow my senses away Better luck next time


  2. Eilonwy Eilonwy says:

    This book really makes me wish for a half star option It was a solid 3 1 2 for me, rounded up because I liked looking at it so much Paige Turner and her writer parents writers with an awful sense of humor move from North Carolina to Brooklyn halfway through Paige s frosh or sopho year of high school she s 15, but that s all that s given away Paige likes to draw, so she buys a sketchbook and promises herself that she ll do at least a few drawings a week She s definitely her parents This book r


  3. Chris Chris says:

    Wow This has to be one of the best depictions I ve come across of the interior mental life of a shy, introverted, creative, insecure, reflective mind There s a little bit of adjustment to the style for the first few pages, because they re meditative as much as narrative and warm up to telling the story just as you warm up to reading it it takes Paige a while to find her voice What s there immediately is her ability to use her pictures and art to expose her thought process, how she interprets Wow Thi


  4. Sesana Sesana says:

    I wasn t expecting this book to be as thoughtful as it is I love how Paige expresses her feelings in her sketchbook, and how the visuals work with the words The story is simple enough, in that new girl in school subgenre Paige and her friends are likeable and have real personality Paige wanting so badly to draw while feeling so insecure about sharing her art is something that I m sure a lot of people can relate to I think that artistically inclined readers would enjoy this eventhan I I wasn t expecting thi


  5. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    I m still not so sure what Paige had to complain about She s moved to arguably one of the world s most beautiful cities I grew up on a swampy Canadian army base built over a pig farm used to test Agent Orange, so I d gladly trade places with her for the Big Apple and she s a great drawer, but this is about moving as a teenager so it does have a lot of teenage angst drama going on in its pages Luckily Paige opts not to wallow in this and instead does something constructive, using her art to e I m still not so sure


  6. Emilia P Emilia P says:

    Ok, two is totally too harsh But reading other people s reviews, I get the senseandthat this is a graphic novel written for non graphic novel readers, and further, written to too many YA specs that give it that flat after school special with just enough edge flavor New York It s so edgy and full of inspiration Parents Sometimes they get mad at you and wear proverbial masks Let s put art in trees Oh Those crazy artistic teens Something about the basic message of this Ok, two is totally too harsh But reading other people


  7. Sassy Sedusa Sassy Sedusa says:

    When I was a teenager I used to love to draw I wasn t very good but I still drew As I grew older I lost interest and moderation Every time I would get the moderation to draw, I draw a blank Reading this book has inspired me to get back into what I loved doing.


  8. Calista Calista says:

    Honesty I can say that Laura really bares her soul here and the lessons life has taught her I feel she is very honest in what she talks about We are all naturally self centered and this brings that out I love the art work to go with the honesty and how she blends her daydreams into her thoughts It really is charming and brilliant.She has the creative zest of youth I truly enjoyed reading this little book and I will miss seeing what is lurking in the head of Paige This is a strong work and Honesty I can say that Laura really bares her


  9. Nikki Nikki says:

    Ignore the corny ass title This book is sooo cute you can t look at it straight on You have to open one eye and peak at it or you ll dissolve into molecules Paige is like a NYC based Angela Chase an introverted, insecure teenage girl who falls in with a bunch of hipsters and learns all about love, life, and what it means to be an artist Why didn t books like this exist when I was in high school


  10. Kate (GirlReading) Kate (GirlReading) says:

    4.5 Wow I think it s safe to say I adored this I had no idea what to expect from this when I picked it up I d heard absolutely nothing about it and received is as a gift for my birthday and I was pleasantly surprised I think this book may just be the definition of pleasantly surprising , if you just change pleasantly to oh my gosh, this was fantastic How did I not know about this and why am I only just reading it surprising Simply put, I adored it This was almost painfully relatabl 4.5 Wow I think it s safe to say I adored this I had no idea what


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