The Summer of Love is a poignant rite-of-passage graphic novel that lays bare -- in pen and ink on paper -- one soul as it navigates the roiling waters of the transition from girl to woman, revealing the angst, lust, love and confusion produced by the raging hormones of adolescence. The entire book is beautifully printed in two colors: a flat olive and a light mahogany, that work together serve to provide a unique reading experience -- no black ink anywhere! Peggy Orenstein, the author of Schoolgirls: Young Women, Self Esteem, and the Confidence Gap, has this to say: "Debbie Drechsler's is one of the most authentic, profound voices of female culture in any medium. Summer of Love perfectly captures the daily anxieties and mundane traumas of coming of age in the suburbs." 144 pages • two-color
Now out of print.
We have ONE nice copy available.