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  • Graphic Novel
  • Yummy! I love Food! I have 5 dollars. I will by something!
  • The Candy Store
  • I want food!
  • Here, sir.
  • Meanwhile, at the restaurant of the tiny chef...
  • Mystery
  • The detective suspects none other than Miss Biffy. He is convinced that she is a murderer. Is he right in his thinking?
  • Please, detective, give me mercy! I am just a normal everyday woman.
  • NO, Mrs. Biffy. You are a murderer.
  • Fantasy
  • Awooooooooo!
  • A graphic novel has gutters, panels, speech bubbles, and onomatopoeias. In this genre you will see humorous words and phrases. Some examples are, "Bake Sale", "Binky to the Rescue", and, "Dash to the Finish."
  • Mystery has suspense and needs to have some problem and a solution and a series of unfortunate events. In this genre you will read about detectives and in horror- mystery you will read about murder. One example is, "The Frog Who Croaked."
  • Fantasy has fake characters and fake events that most of the time will not occur in the real world. In this genre you will read about witches and wizards and other mythical creatures like flying unicorns. One example is, "Harry Potter."
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