A Song for Thea Sisters Review (Kids Graphic Novel)

Great news for the Mouseford Academy students! 6SOS, one of the most popular bands for teenagers, is going to perform on Whale Island! And they have decided that the opening act will be chosen among the best bands Mouseford Academy has to offer! Students have two weeks to write a song, and then 6SOS will pick the winner. The Thea Sisters have to win, but someone is trying to sabotage their performance. The Sisters must work together to find their sound, write a great song, and put on the performance of their lives. -Goodreads


A Song for Thea Sisters Review

A Song for Thea Sisters is a well-drawn graphic novel aimed at middle-grade readers. It is the seventh in a series but stands alone fairly well. I imagine you’d get more from it if you understood how the Thea Sisters got to where they were, or even which one was which, but it’s not necessary.

A Song for Thea Sisters tells a simple story with themes of working together, overcoming obstacles, and shows how it’s good to be unselfish. It’s an entertaining and easy read that even my 8-year-old enjoyed.  At 56 pages, it is short enough to suit the attention span of the intended age range.

Neither of us (kiddo or I) are rabid fans after reading A Song for Thea Sisters, but we’d pick up another book if we saw it at the library. In the meantime, though, we’re more inclined to stick with the Geronimo Stilton series.


  • Title: A Song for Thea Sisters
  • Series: Thea Stilton Graphic Novels #7
  • Author: Nanette McGuinness (site)
  • Illustrator: Ryan Jampole
  • Publisher: Papercutz
  • Pub. Date: March 14th, 2017
  • Pages: 56
  • ISBN13: 9780300223767
  • Source: Received a free copy from Netgalley for review consideration.

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