The Secret Society of Monster Hunters

Set of 8 titles

Zombies and dragons and krakens, oh my! Join Elena, her big brother Jorge, and their friends Marcus, Fiona, and Amy as they travel through time, from the 20s to the 90s, hunting for mythical monsters and keeping them safe from the eyes of history! This graphic novel series includes monster profiles and survival tips as well as in-depth content on the social and political climate, entertainment, fashion, and popular idioms of that decade. Backmatter includes an activity page. 

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Title   ATOS Format Qty
The Secret Society of Monster Hunters (8 titles) New
The Fairy and the Broken Enchantment New
The Vampire and the Lost Locket New
The Dragon and the Iron Factory New
The Stolen Kraken New
The Lost Unicorn New
The Werewolf's Curse New
Zombies Rest in Peace New
The Poltergeist's Haunting New
Interest Level Grade 5 - Grade 8
Reading Level Grade 4
Lexile 480-660
ATOS Reading Level
Guided Reading Level T-W
Language English
Publisher Torch Graphic Press
Available Formats Reinforced book (9781534168206), Paperback (9781534170025), PDF (9781534171725), ePub (9781534177246), Hosted ebook (9781534173569), Kindle (9781534175402)
Copyright 2021
Number of Pages 32
Dimensions 7 x 9
Graphics Full-color illustrations, Full-color photographs

School Library Journal - The Secret Society of Monster Hunters Series

This graphic novel series features a spunky group of children who use their uncle’s time machine to locate supernatural creatures and keep them hidden from the public. In each book, the friends travel to a different decade in the 20th century to seek out a creature, including a Kraken in 1950s Boston, a poltergeist in 1990s Seattle, and a fairy in 1920s Harlem. A packing list of essential items, such as clothes and accessories to wear to fit in, is included. There is also information that explains important events and pop culture. Information boxes and vocabulary are scattered throughout the pages; each title includes a related activity. The pages are filled with bold, bright colors and feature a diverse cast of characters. However, the narratives sometimes jump forward as if panels are missing, and the historical information is on the lighter side. VERDICT While not a comprehensive study, this is the perfect series for kids who claim to hate history. Readers will learn fascinating facts without realizing it.