It’s here. FINALLY! The official release of the 16th—and final <sniff>—Superman Duffy graphic novel, “O.”
I know, I’ve been talking about this book for what probably seems like FOREVER.
But this one is special. Not just because it’s the last one, or that it brings back many characters from the previous 15 books. “O” is a celebration.
Of Canada’s 150th birthday. Of the Canadian canola industry’s 50th anniversary. Of the Canadian inventors and inventions that have made the world a better place. Of 16 amazing books written by Alberta author Dawn Ius, illustrated by Alberta cartoonist James Grasdal, and published (with support from the Alberta Crop Industry Development Fund) by the Alberta Canola Producers Commission.
What. A. Project. <sigh>
So, where can you get this masterpiece of celebration? Well, if you’re going to the Calgary Stampede over the next 10 days, stop by the Alberta Canola Producers Commission booth where they’ll be handing out hot-off-the-press copies. (Seriously!)
Not planning to attend the Calgary Stampede? Contact the Alberta Canola Producers Commission via phone at 780-454-0844 to learn how to order your school or library copy—it’s free for Alberta teachers! (Plus, you can stock up on other great education resources.)
I hope you had a great Canada Day. I’ve gotta jet—we’re packing up for a weekend of rides, rodeo, and…food? (I couldn’t think of another “r” word!) Maybe I’ll see you at the Calgary Stampede? Yeehaw!
~ Chase Superman Duffy