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The Evil Echo: Princess Candy
The Evil Echo: Princess Candy
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Reviewed Titles
Graphic Sparks

The Evil Echo

by Scott Nickel
Illustrated by Jeff Crowther

With the evil Echo around, Halo Nightly faces her strongest villain yet — herself. Echo is a sneaky shape shifter that morphs into Halo and causes her all sorts of problems. When Echo steals Halo's candy, Halo is forced to battle someone who is every bit as powerful as she is.

PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandGraphic Sparks
Age Level8-10 Years
Reading LevelGrades 1-3
GenreFantasy & Science Fiction
SubjectFantasy & Science Fiction
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count40



A Parent's Guide to the Best Kids' Comics: Choosing Titles Your Children Will Lo - Scott Robbins and Snow Wildsmith

"Halo Nightly lives every child’s dream: She gains super-powers after being given magical candy by her Aunt Pandora. Readers who love Fashion Kitty’s fun (slightly girl-focused) take on super-heroes will also enjoy Dahl’s action-filled plots and Crowther’s bright, eye-catching art." - A Parent's Guide to the Best Kids' Comics: Choosing Titles Your Children Will Lo

May 31, 2012

Library Media Connection - Brenda Rogers

"Who will win: good or evil? Evil Echo wants the affection of Halo Nightly’s crush, Cody. Can Halo outwit her rival and win Cody’s heart? Find out what happens as Echo and Halo have a duel of magical powers in this brilliantly illustrated graphic novel. The main characters are introduced on the first page, with additional details, puzzlers, writing prompts, discussion questions, and a glossary at the end of the book. Discussion leaders can use this story to examine the importance of courage and critical thinking even when you’re frustrated or scared. Recommended." - Library Media Connection

March 1, 2011

Scott Nickel

Scott Nickel

Born in 1962 in Denver, Colorado, Scott Nickel works by day at Paws, inc., Jim Davis's famous Garfield studio, and he freelances by night. Burning the midnight oil, Scott has created hundreds of humorous greeting cards and written several children's books, short fiction for "Boys' Life" magazine, comic strips, and lots of really funny knock-knock jokes. He was raised in southern California, but in 1995 Scott moved to Indiana, where he currently lives with his wife, two sons, six cats, and several sea monkeys.

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