We’re over the moon to be publishing Sara Varon’s wonderful graphic novel Sweaterweather! It’s an adorable collection of short stories that are some of Sara’s finest — told in a three-color palette.
We love this book!
(Does this book look familiar to you? The original edition of Sweaterweather was published by Alternative Comics over ten years ago. We’re bringing it back with lots of additional content.)
Like all of Sara’s books, Sweaterweather is a delightful thing to look at.
They’re making sweaters! On the cover!
And then the spine has a tiny sweater-snowstorm.
Then the back cover is a snuggly winter scene! You guys: so adorable.
(This cover also has an exciting snowstorm-y surprise under the jacket, but we’re going to not show you that yet. It’ll be a surprise!)
Printed ends! We love printed endpapers, especially two-color ones. This endpaper is primed for adventure!
Here’s a page from one of the stories.
And another, where Sara tells about her inspiration.
The back flap has a penguin! That’s all I need to say; who can resist a good penguin?
Sweaterweather will be out in February — perfect weather for sweaters! We can’t wait to share it with you.