Starlette Universe: Eva From E-ville

Middle-grade series introducing new genre of storytelling called “Piction.” Fantastic and Fun!

Mom’s Choice Award Silver
Reader’s Favorite Bronze International Book Award-Best Children’s Pre-Teen
Paris Book Festival Honorable Mention
Florida Book Festival Honorable Mention
Pacific Rim Book Festival Honorable Mention
San Francisco Book Festival Honorable Mention
New England Book Festival Honorable Mention

$24.95

Mom’s Choice Award Silver
Reader’s Favorite Bronze International Book Award-Best Children’s Pre-Teen

Paris Book Festival Honorable Mention
Florida Book Festival Honorable Mention
Pacific Rim Book Festival Honorable Mention
San Francisco Book Festival Honorable Mention
New England Book Festival Honorable Mention

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Starlette Universe: Eva from E-ville, written by Kathy Johnson and illustrated by Dick Kulpa, is book two of the series and is an adventurous, exciting, self-motivating comic book. Join the Starlette girls as they battle Eva from E-ville, overcome obstacles of good vs. evil and the struggles of everyday life, but with a very adventurous twist. Find out how these fashionable young starlettes fight evil individually and together.

The book is mostly geared toward young female readers interested in reading about fashionable female heroism, good vs. evil, and a unique twist on self-confidence and critical thinking. The author has created scenarios in which an overall dilemma is played out within chapters, as well as individual ones. All of the Starlette girls are battling one big issue as they individually battle their own. By presenting individual and group problems, issues, and dilemmas, the author appeals to a wide variety of young female readers. The layout, format of text, and illustrations make it an entirely new genre. The author and illustrator present this as Piction – a novel, a comic book, and fiction. It is truly a new-age version of a comic book, but better.

With bright pictures, fashionable and colorful layout and page design, and very unique dialog, the Starlette Universe: Eva from E-ville has presented a new way of reading. The book may be a bit confusing to read at first because of its very creative and unique design qualities. It will take an open mind to fully appreciate and comprehend the messages being presented within the text. I found this book to be intensely creative, incredibly intriguing, and extremely helpful to young women. —Michelle Robertson for Readers’ Favorite

 

Author

Kathy Johnson

ISBN

9781882658046

Cover

Paperback

Size

8.5 x 11

Other Details

Captain Cartoon (aka Dick Kulpa)

Pages

112

2 reviews for Starlette Universe: Eva From E-ville

  1. Michelle Robertson for Readers’ Favorite

    Starlette Universe: Eva from E-ville, written by Kathy Johnson and illustrated by Dick Kulpa, is book two of the series and is an adventurous, exciting, self-motivating comic book. Join the Starlette girls as they battle Eva from E-ville, overcome obstacles of good vs. evil and the struggles of everyday life, but with a very adventurous twist. Find out how these fashionable young starlettes fight evil individually and together.

    The book is mostly geared toward young female readers interested in reading about fashionable female heroism, good vs. evil, and a unique twist on self-confidence and critical thinking. The author has created scenarios in which an overall dilemma is played out within chapters, as well as individual ones. All of the Starlette girls are battling one big issue as they individually battle their own. By presenting individual and group problems, issues, and dilemmas, the author appeals to a wide variety of young female readers. The layout, format of text, and illustrations make it an entirely new genre. The author and illustrator present this as Piction – a novel, a comic book, and fiction. It is truly a new-age version of a comic book, but better.

    With bright pictures, fashionable and colorful layout and page design, and very unique dialog, the Starlette Universe: Eva from E-ville has presented a new way of reading. The book may be a bit confusing to read at first because of its very creative and unique design qualities. It will take an open mind to fully appreciate and comprehend the messages being presented within the text. I found this book to be intensely creative, incredibly intriguing, and extremely helpful to young women.

  2. Joe Corso

    Excellent Award Winning Children’s Book Joe Corso on November 22, 2015

    I was fortunate to have met Kathy Johnson at the prestigious 2015 Reader’s Favorite Award’s where this book was awarded Gold. We exchanged books and I spent most of the following day reading this remarkable book which she describes as “Piction.” Starlette Universe is so wonderfully illustrated that it makes her book even more enjoyable. The beautiful illustrations that filled each page throughout the entire book, were enchanting, clever, captivating and informative. If you have young children get the book and read this story to them at bedtime, it is perfect entertainment for them and it will fill their little minds with wonderful thoughts as they fall asleep. Great job Kathy.

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About the Author

Kathy Johnson is an attorney, creator of Starlette Universe and mother of Miss Vermont 1999 and Miss Vermont USA 2001 as well as a Phi Beta Kappa graduate from the University of Georgia. She is a J.D. graduate from the University of Florida School of Law. The six Starlettes appeared in Pageantry Magazine for seven years and became the basis for the Starlette Universe series, which is replete with rhyme and wordplay. Eva From E-ville, a book of 1,000 puns is the second book in the middle-grade series. The first book is ‘CAT’astrophe. Kathy Johnson is also the author of What a Babe, which introduces Lil’ Lilly as the newest member of the Starlette Universe cast. Eva From E-Ville is unique in that it presents a new genre of story telling, “Piction,” where brightly colored text and over 300 illustrations interact to tell Eva’s story. For everyone who reads this book, the author offers this advice, “Whatever you do, don’t let ‘EVA’L get you!”