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Aquicorn Cove

When Lana and her father return to their seaside hometown to help clear the debris of a storm, the last thing she expects is to discover a colony of Aquicornsmagical seahorse-like residents of the coral reef. As she explores the damaged town and the fabled undersea palace, Lana learns that while she cannot always count on adults to be the guardians she needs, she herself is capable of finding the strength to protect both the ocean, and her own happiness....

Title : Aquicorn Cove
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ISBN : 9781620105290
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 96 pages
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Aquicorn Cove Reviews

  • Emma

    Thank you to Netgalley for providing me with a copy of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review.

    This story was so cute. I was pleasantly surprised by the focus put on the environmental aspect, it was quite well done and it got the message across. The style of the author is really lovely and I enjoyed all the illustrations, especially the ones regarding the sea colony.

    I'm really happy to have discovered this new author and I can't wait to read more of her books.

  • lua

    Lana has recently lost her mother out at sea which prompts her grieving father to turn his back on the very thing his wife loved. Growing up without a parent presents its own challenges and Lana has to rely on herself now. After a storm hits their hometown, the both of them take a trip back to help rebuild.

    While this story is nice and has a competent message, I’m still missing something. Whether it’s the absence of childhood wander or unfathomable loss, I can’t decide. The sequence of events bar

  • Hazel (Stay Bookish)

    I love the warmth of this book when it comes to the ocean and its creatures. Also, the grief of losing a loved one was expressed so effortlessly. Also x2, Queer ladies looking at each other like youngsters in low-key love. And as always, Katie O'Neill's art is both cute and beautiful. Love, love, love this.

  • April (Aprilius Maximus)

    THIS WAS SO BEAUTIFUL THE ART IS EVERYTHING!!! THE COLOURS!!!!! Beautiful message to always look after the environment and there was a cute lil f/f romance implied! GORGEOUS.

  • Emma (Miss Print)

    Lana isn't sure what to expect when she and her father return to their seaside hometown. It can't be the same--not when Lana's mother is gone--but maybe helping her aunt and the other locals clean up after the latest big storm can make it close to the way it was.

    The last thing Lana expects to find while picking up debris on the beach is a magical seahorse. It turns out that the aquicorns have always lived near the village in the coral reef. But as the local fishermen take in larger and larger ca

  • Mckinlay

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.*

    Katie O'Neill can do no wrong in my opinion. This was a beautifully drawn story about loss and caring for our environment. I absolutely loved it, obviously.

  • Devann

    I received an ARC copy of this book from NetGalley

    Another great book from the author of Princess Princess Ever After and The Tea Dragon Society! This book combines the gorgeous illustrations that we have come to expect from O'Neill with a cute story about a girl discovering some magical wildlife at her aunt's seaside home. Throughout the book she learns more about the creatures that call the area home, her own family's history with the sea, and the importance of balance when it comes to human 'p

  • Alexandra

    this was precious and so so important.