Book Spotlight: Buffy The Vampire Slayer: A Picture Book (Pop Classics)
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: A Picture Book
Pop Classics
Hardcover | Kindle
Based on the series created by Joss Whedon
Illustrated by Kim Smith
Publisher: Quirk Books
Release Date: September 4, 2018

Buffy Summers wasn’t always a fierce vampire slayer, and slayer of other monsters. When she was 8, she was scared of them, especially the monster that lived in her closet. She didn’t know what to do! Every night there would be scary thumps and growls emanating from the darkness behind the door. One day, she decided to have Xander and Willow sleep over, and sure enough, they heard the noises too!. Asking Giles, their trusty librarian, he told her she was the slayer and could face any monster. So they decided to brave the closet again. I can’t tell you what happens next. You’ll just have to find out for yourselves.

More below on Buffy the Vampire Slayer: A Picture Book (Pop Classics), illustrated by Kim Smith.

Based on the iconic Joss Whedon series and illustrated by the supremely talented Kim Smith (Pop Classics, The Kindness Club Series), this is a surefire way to get your youngsters into Buffy before they are old enough to watch the show. The story is adorable, Buffy is well… Buffy, it’s funny and it has a surprising ending.

I loved this book so much, that I bought it at BookCon, and then received a review copy in the mail. I have two, and their both mine!


The cult classic TV show is now a charming picture book for the youngest fans in the Buffyverse!

In this new picture-book story brought to life with cute and colorful illustrations, young readers see what the world’s strongest vampire slayer was like back when she was a kid! Join not-so-brave little Buffy, Willow, and Xander as they investigate strange sounds coming from the closet, seek advice from their school librarian Giles, and encounter everyone’s favorite Buffyverse monsters. Charmingly illustrated by Pop Classics artist Kim Smith, this sweet, silly, and not-so-scary book borrows Joss Whedon’s beloved characters to tell an endearing bedtime story.

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