Monster Support Group: The Werewolf's Tale

Illustrator: Laura Suarez

Binding: Paperback

Imprint: Flying Eye Books

Book 1 of Monster Support Group Series

Age 7+

Comic Strip Fiction / Graphic Novels

Discover the first instalment in a brand new series, where the truths behind your favourite monsters are revealed!

Since the beginning of time, monsters have existed to frighten humans. We have known them in cinema or television, literature, urban legends and mythology, many are so ancient that we do not even know their true origin. But what if the stories about these so-called monsters only paint one side of them? What if these creatures are actually not as monstrous as they first appear?

When twelve-year-old Lowell moves to a new village, he struggles to fit in at school – he is a bit different, and the bullies don’t seem to like different. Then the changes start. At first, Lowell thinks these are just the ordinary, growing-up kind of changes: he gets hairier, his voice gets growlier and his moods are all over the place. But then one full-moon night, after a VERY bad day at school, he transforms into a werewolf in front of his twin sister, Lys.? Join Lowell as he joins the Monster Support Group in an attempt to return to 'normal'.


Laura Suárez is a freelance illustrator from Galicia. Since a young age, she has always been fascinated by books. She studied Fine Arts at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and completed a Comic and Illustration Masters in Barcelona. Working as an illustrator or an author, she has worked with clients such as Penguin Random House, Xerais or Group Edelvives, among others.


In this hilarious, fast paced romp through the mind of a teenager with a monstrous secret, we learn that it’s ok to be exactly who we are. This book takes a feeling that we all experience at some point in our lives, and turns it into wonderfully entertaining story that kids and parents alike will love.

A cute tale, beautiful images and gorgeous colours. We especially loved all the details snuck into every page.

If you like witches, werewolves, and beautifully-drawn graphic novels with quirky characters, you’ll love this book as much as I did. If you don’t like those things, you might be kinda boring.

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