Monday, January 11, 2016

The Adventures of Purple and Nine (a series of 3 comic books for girls aged 7-12)



The Adventures of Purple and Nine,  a series of 3 digital comics in PDF or Kindle formats
Michael G. Church (Author), Dale Mettham (Author), Ola Gofshtein (Illustrator), Ofer Rubin (Illustrator), Omer Nainudel (Illustrator), Mike Sgier (Illustrator)

Purple and Nine set out to help their friends and solve global problems through technology. The comic book series is designed to encourage girls to see themselves as scientists, inventors, and entrepreneurs. The books are full of jokes and real-life problems, with no violence or inappropriate images. Your children will love it and parents will feel confident that their kids are reading comic books that are age-appropriate and emphasize values such as self-expression, helping others, persistence, and curiosity.

The Adventures of Pyjama Boy What do you do when your classmate keeps falling asleep? Purple and Nine are two girls who use technology to solve problems both at home and with kids they meet overseas. Can they help Pyjama Boy stay awake? Can they find a clean tech solution to charge a mobile phone in a rain forest for their friends in Indonesia? Purple and Nine is a comic book designed to inspire kids to break stereotypes, solve problems, and show the relevance of technology for their own lives. Both kids and parents can enjoy the adventures of Purple and Nine.

The Princess and the Pea… and the Corn… and the Whole Farm Actually Purple and Nine get in big trouble with the zoning board when they just try to make good use of the empty lot near their school. Purple and Nine is a comic book designed to inspire kids to break stereotypes, solve problems, and show the relevance of technology for their own lives. Both kids and parents can enjoy the adventures of Purple and Nine. Can they figure out a way to get adults to understand technology? Will Pocahantas learn to use a touch screen and a jetpack? Will GMOs help or hurt them as dare to seek improved school lunches?

The Lament of Leslie Loser: Why are the kids calling Leslie a loser? Why isn’t she eating her lunch? Something seems very, very wrong with Purple and Nine’s friend.Purple and Nine are two girls who use technology to solve problems both at home and with kids they meet overseas. Can they help Pyjama Boy stay awake? Can Purple and Nine help before the name-calling gets worse? Can they help their friends in the rain forest see better at night without hurting the environment and their health with gas-burning lamps and stoves? Purple and Nine is a comic book designed to inspire kids to break stereotypes, solve problems, and show the relevance of technology for their own lives. Both kids and parents can enjoy the adventures of Purple and Nine.


The Adventures of Purple and Nine (a series of 3 comic books for girls aged 7-12) is available at Ganglysister.com.


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