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A wonderful continuation into this chapter of the series. While Katara is still trying to prove that the group from the Northern Water Tribe is really out to sabotage the Southern Water Tribe she is also having to deal with the fact that her father is wanting to get married again. This as you can imagine isn't sitting too well with her. Epic artwork and story telling. The only thing that is a little jarring to me, personally, is that in the story Aang and Katara call each other sweetie. To me, this just seems out of character for them. But it doesn't take anything away from the story. Just feels a little weird. I would still recommend this and I have enjoyed it very much. Avatar fans of all ages will love these graphic novels.
My grandson loves these books. He's watched the DVDs over and over. He is dyslexic and graphic novels like this are easier to read. He told me in the few weeks he has been reading them his speed has increased significantly and he is reading harder words more easily even in regular print books.