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Really cute About a kid who has a birthmark on his face and all the kids in his tribe make fun of him I understand as I had a birthmark on my leg was removed and was made fun of as well But Tib makes a friend, a dinosaur called Tumtum who also has a birthmark on its face No one believes Tib about Tumtum except for one little girl who can see him By the end of this hopefully first of many graphic novel, everyone knows about TumTum Really, really like this 5 stars. (((FREE DOWNLOAD))) ⇹ Welcome to the Tribe! (Tib & Tumtum, #1) ⇨ All of the grownups in Tib s prehistoric tribe know that the dinosaurs disappeared ages ago So of course they don t believe that Tib has made friends with one But Tumtum the dinosaur is very clever at hiding from grownups When the friendly red dino saves the tribe s kids from a pack of hungry wolves while the startled adults look on, the shaman decides that perhaps it s time to welcome a dinosaur into the tribe This was a quick read for me, but the comics are charming and adorable Same as the illustrations I don t like how often the other kids make fun of Tib, but overall I enjoyed the book. Really funny story But kinda sad, but no one dies. For today s Family Comic Friday, I went back to France for inspiration The series is called Tib and Tumtum Tib is a young caveboy who has a red birthmark on his face Teased by the other kids in the tribe, Tib often plays by himself One day, he comes across a small dinosaur that he names Tumtum But dinosaurs are supposed to be extinct Is Tumtum the real deal or is the thunder lizard a figment of lonely Tib s imagination I really enjoyed this sweet graphic novel by French cartoonist Grimal For today s Family Comic Friday, I went back to France for inspiration The series is called Tib and Tumtum Tib is a young caveboy who has a red birthmark on his face Teased by the other kids in the tribe, Tib often plays by himself One day, he comes across a small dinosaur that he names Tumtum But dinosaurs are supposed to be extinct Is Tumtum the real deal or is the thunder lizard a figment of lonely Tib s imagination I really enjoyed this sweet graphic novel by French cartoonist Grimaldi It was funny and it was fun Though this volume reads as a complete story each page contains it s own punchline So it s very easy to find stopping points without being broken down into chapters I also liked how this adventure was framed as the untold story of the cave people who created the paintings in Lascaux It kinda made this story seemreal There s currently 2 volumes in the Tib and Tumtum series Both are for readers in grades 4 6 But I think with a helpful adult, children in grades 2 3 could enjoy this book as well Available onand libraries nationwide, this is a great book filled with memorable characters, thrills, and a few chills, that anyone should make a part of their reading tribe This short 48 page graphic novel is aimed at younger readers, though it s light humor will likely appeal to older readers as well.Tib is a young boy who is regularly picked on by other members of his tribe for the birth mark over his eye His mother is over protective and his father has a fondness for tall tales He discovers a dinosaur TumTum but cannot persuade any other members of the tribe it exists since dinosaurs have been extinct for years.The setting is very loosely a prehistoric cavem This short 48 page graphic novel is aimed at younger readers, though it s light humor will likely appeal to older readers as well.Tib is a young boy who is regularly picked on by other members of his tribe for the birth mark over his eye His mother is over protective and his father has a fondness for tall tales He discovers a dinosaur TumTum but cannot persuade any other members of the tribe it exists since dinosaurs have been extinct for years.The setting is very loosely a prehistoric caveman one, though there is a liberal use of modern terms and ideas The author isn t trying for realism here.What we get is a series of scenes each lightly amusing entertaining as Tib tries to convince the rest of the tribe about TumTum s existence You can read it in one sitting or easily break it up to a few pages at a time.This is something a kid can read for themselves and the humor will likely appeal to them The viewpoint is very much how a child might see adult s contradictory and sometimes annoying behavior.The story line touches on subjects like bullying without getting to heavy or preachy, but these are situations most kids will recognize and connect with.The artwork is cartoony and brightly colored but the characters have very distinctive emotions on their faces which again children will find easy to read and understand It was really a very pleasant read and I think a great graphic novel for kids This tale of tolerance is set in prehistoric times with the title characters, Tib and Tumtum, becoming unlikely friends and allies Tib, the boy, is not generally accepted by his tribe because of a red birthmark on his face His parents, a smothering mother and an oblivious father, are little help One day in the forest Tib encounters Tumtum, a small red dinosaur that also has a mark on its face Tib is delighted to learn that not all dinosaurs are extinct and that Tumtum doesn t care that Tib l This tale of tolerance is set in prehistoric times with the title characters, Tib and Tumtum, becoming unlikely friends and allies Tib, the boy, is not generally accepted by his tribe because of a red birthmark on his face His parents, a smothering mother and an oblivious father, are little help One day in the forest Tib encounters Tumtum, a small red dinosaur that also has a mark on its face Tib is delighted to learn that not all dinosaurs are extinct and that Tumtum doesn t care that Tib looks different The problem is no one believes him when he tries to tell them about Tumtum In true comedic convention, each time Tib attempts to introduce Tumtum, something ill timed happens with Tumtum and no one sees him Without giving away the ending, suffice it to say that Tumtum saves the day and both characters are accepted by the tribe The ending hints of a series to follow The chatty and informal text and anime styled illustrations will make this graphic a definite draw for intermediate readers The title would be a worthwhile addition to any library with its themes of friendship and acceptance Description from the publisher The kids in Tib s tribe are so mean They always make fun of Tib s birthmark But one day Tib meets a new friend in the forest This friend doesn t mind the birthmark In fact, he has one too He also has razor sharp teeth Of course, no one believes Tib when he says he s found a real, live dinosaur Dinosaurs went extinct millions of years ago How can Tib convince his tribe that his imaginary friend isn t so imaginary after all This comic style book has lots Description from the publisher The kids in Tib s tribe are so mean They always make fun of Tib s birthmark But one day Tib meets a new friend in the forest This friend doesn t mind the birthmark In fact, he has one too He also has razor sharp teeth Of course, no one believes Tib when he says he s found a real, live dinosaur Dinosaurs went extinct millions of years ago How can Tib convince his tribe that his imaginary friend isn t so imaginary after all This comic style book has lots of little valuable lessons in it They are not overwhelming and I was easily able to expand on them for my son so he was able to getout of it and it pertainedto his everyday life The pictures are very bright and colorful and the characters are believable.Review from my five year old son This book is cool cuz it has a dinosaur and I love dinosaurs and the pictures look really cool too This book was given to me by the publisher in exchange for an open and honest review Sort of like The Flintstones re invented for readers of Asterix the Gaul The story is about a small boy with a large strawberry birthmark on his face He gets picked on by the other boys in his stone age tribe Then, he encounters a smallish dinosaur in the forest, and no one believes him, because everyone knows that dinosaurs are long extinct How they know this is unclear, but we ll let it go for now.Tib and his new friend learn all kinds of things from each other, and the dinosaur now named Sort of like The Flintstones re invented for readers of Asterix the Gaul The story is about a small boy with a large strawberry birthmark on his face He gets picked on by the other boys in his stone age tribe Then, he encounters a smallish dinosaur in the forest, and no one believes him, because everyone knows that dinosaurs are long extinct How they know this is unclear, but we ll let it go for now.Tib and his new friend learn all kinds of things from each other, and the dinosaur now named Tum Tum for the sound he makes running has to prove his worth to people who don t even believe that he exists.It s cute and clever, and will appeal to kids That said, it s not exactly great literature, and the whole idea that people think the dinosaur is imaginary for so long doesn t work well, since he leaves footprints that should be quite obvious to a society of hunters The artwork is pretty good, but nothing special Still, it has enough good points that kids will enjoy the book, and may look for the sequels Tib lives in a prehistoric tribe and is mercilessly teased for the birthmark he has around one of his eyes When he meets a baby dinosaur that also has a noticeable birthmark the two become fast friends The problem is, his friends and family all think he s telling a tall tale about his new friend.I like this series, even though this first book is really heavy on scenes of teasing It seemed that almost every interaction Tib had with the other children of his tribe resulted in them teasing him, Tib lives in a prehistoric tribe and is mercilessly teased for the birthmark he has around one of his eyes When he meets a baby dinosaur that also has a noticeable birthmark the two become fast friends The problem is, his friends and family all think he s telling a tall tale about his new friend.I like this series, even though this first book is really heavy on scenes of teasing It seemed that almost every interaction Tib had with the other children of his tribe resulted in them teasing him, which just felt like overkill to me There was a lot of humor in the interactions between Tib and the baby dinosaur he names Tumtum, which makes this a series readers will want to keep reading regardless of any cliffhangers in the plot.Recommended for grades 3 5