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Will & Whit ❮Epub❯ ➜ Will & Whit ➛ Author Laura Lee Gulledge – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Wilhelmina Will Huckstep is a creative soul struggling to come to terms with a family tragedy She crafts whimsical lamps, in part to deal with her fear of the dark As she wraps up another summer in he Wilhelmina Will Huckstep is a creative soul struggling to come to terms with a family tragedy She crafts whimsical lamps, in part to deal with her fear of the dark As she wraps up another summer in her mountain town, she longs for unplugged Will & PDF or adventures with her fellow creative friends, Autumn, Noel, and Reese Little does she know that she will get her wish in the form of an arts carnival and a blackout, courtesy of a hurricane named Whitney, which forces Will to face her fear of darkness.

  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Will & Whit
  • Laura Lee Gulledge
  • English
  • 20 October 2017
  • 1419705466

About the Author: Laura Lee Gulledge

LAURA LEE GULLEDGE is an Eisner Award nominated author, illustrator, and active teaching artist She is the creator of the YA graphic novels Page by Paige, Will Whit, and The Dark Matter of Mona Starr April , Abrams Books in addition to her interactive Will & PDF or book Sketchbook Dares Ways to Draw Out Your Inner Artist Laura Lee also enjoys exploring comics journalism, interactive event production, contemplative dance, street art, developing the Will Whit DIY musical, and spreading Artner Love She is based in Charlottesville, Virginia and found online at whoislauraleeOK LAUNCH UPDATE Mona is OUT NOW Happy birthday, Mona You are invited to my Virtual Book Tour happening Saturdays on Facebook Live now through Mid May More info PLUS MY NEW COMIC about this whole emotional weird book release here.



10 thoughts on “Will & Whit

  1. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:

    mehhhh skimmed the last 30 pages not very good or interesting.

  2. Kate (GirlReading) Kate (GirlReading) says:

    Having absolutely adored Page by Paige by Laure Lee Gulledge, I was excited to pick this up but unfortunately I was somewhat disappointed It was a cute, quick read, with a sweet message but overall, it wasn t anything all too special for me.

  3. Sesana Sesana says:

    Laura Lee Gulledge quotes Doctor Who and references Firefly in this book I could almost stop there, since that s how the author fully won me over But the truth is that she didn t need the references I like this book, and especially the characters, well enough without.This is the sort of quiet book where not much happens At least, there aren t many big events It s just about the characters, and how they change over the course of the book We see the most change in the main character, Will s Laura Lee Gulledge quotes Doctor Who and references Firefly in this book I could almost stop there, since that s how the author fully won me over But the truth is that she didn t need the references I like this book, and especially the characters, well enough without.This is the sort of quiet book where not much happens At least, there aren t many big events It s just about the characters, and how they change over the course of the book We see the most change in the main character, Will short for Willhelmina Will lost her parents, and has been trying to bury her grief But it isn t all about her It s also about her two best friends, both struggling to gain confidence in themselves And it s about art, and how it can be used as an escape or as therapy I read and loved Page by Paige, which is also about art as an outlet The art in this one is every bit as lovely as in Page by Paige, but I think Gulledge has improved as a storyteller

  4. ✨Gayatri ✨ ✨Gayatri ✨ says:

    I LOVED this book It was SO beautiful It made me cry

  5. Laura Laura says:

    3.5 Stars You know, in the dark, people see what they want to see Will Whit by Laura Lee Gulledge is a very sweet read A graphic novel filled with darkness, grief, light, and healing The black and white illustrations and pages with deep, deep black borders somehow still radiate warmth and light A story that shows how the light can cut through the darkness and pain with a little help and love from friends and family Wilhelmina Will is a warm, creative old soul trying to keep busy over t 3.5 Stars You know, in the dark, people see what they want to see Will Whit by Laura Lee Gulledge is a very sweet read A graphic novel filled with darkness, grief, light, and healing The black and white illustrations and pages with deep, deep black borders somehow still radiate warmth and light A story that shows how the light can cut through the darkness and pain with a little help and love from friends and family Wilhelmina Will is a warm, creative old soul trying to keep busy over the summer with work and crafts Keeping busy helps her avoid facing the pain of losing her parents Will is trying so hard to be brave and strong Trying so hard not to be a burden to her Aunt But she can t hide away all her feelings and fear Will is afraid of the dark Shadows and pain haunt her in the dark In the dark, there s no avoiding or hiding It s just you and your thoughts But with storm Whitney or Whit on the way and threatening to blackout the whole town, Will might have to face her fears head on Face her pain It s funny how people tend to communicatewhen the lights go out We have to talk to each other face to face No avoiding with texts or emails No online distractions The truth somehow seems to come out in the dark So with support and help from her circle of longtime friends and quirky Aunt, Will s heart starts to mend A wonderful tale that reminds us that healing is a team effort We can t do it alone I adore book presentations and packaging It s a weakness of mine But I felt like this cover art was misleading This is not a romance, but it looks like they were trying to package it that way My only other issue with this story was at times these teenagers came across as too sweet They were supposed to be 17, but came across much younger Don t get me wrong I enjoyed their optimism, crafts, hippie ways, and bad puns But the way they talked to each other at times felt too perfect and sweet All just minor bumps though I would recommend this book to young readers in a heartbeat The way Ms Gulledge addresses grief in words and pictures is inspiring and heartfelt

  6. Renata Renata says:

    I read this one right after Friends with Boys catchin up on my realistic GNs and I felt like this one was also not quite the book its cover title wanted me to think it was I again assumed it was a teen romance Maybe I just assume everything is a teen romance But it s muchof a story about one girl facing her fears and grief through the power of art and friendship It was also remarkably funny, with a lot of currently timely pop culture references that I enjoyed, and that I think a I read this one right after Friends with Boys catchin up on my realistic GNs and I felt like this one was also not quite the book its cover title wanted me to think it was I again assumed it was a teen romance Maybe I just assume everything is a teen romance But it s muchof a story about one girl facing her fears and grief through the power of art and friendship It was also remarkably funny, with a lot of currently timely pop culture references that I enjoyed, and that I think a lot of nerdy teens will too It s a little bit hipstery what with the family thrift store and the performance art space carnival and the constant obsession with how other kids use their cell phones too much but I was kind of into that, and a certain flavor of teen reader will be too Think maybe fans of like Perks of Being a Wallflower, but less angsty I also thought the art was really pretty

  7. Juliana Juliana says:

    LOVED IT

  8. says:

    I will say I don t think this book deserves fewer than 4 stars as the overall rating you can essentially ignore all the reviews that say things like I don t like graphic novels or the art style bothered me If you like graphic novels, and you want to see someone do something intensely cool with big chunky lines and creative metaphors, this is your book I ve also read Page by Paige, and loved that a bitthan this one, but I ll say that what Will and Whit has is one of the stronges I will say I don t think this book deserves fewer than 4 stars as the overall rating you can essentially ignore all the reviews that say things like I don t like graphic novels or the art style bothered me If you like graphic novels, and you want to see someone do something intensely cool with big chunky lines and creative metaphors, this is your book I ve also read Page by Paige, and loved that a bitthan this one, but I ll say that what Will and Whit has is one of the strongest main characters I ve ever read It s refreshing to just read about a gal and her aunt who are working through hard times, especially with Will s genuine quirkiness She was just a lot of fun The reason I m not giving five stars is just that there s a bit of mildly uncomfortable nice guy stuff, but honestly Don t let that hold you back from reading it I love this book, and I get the feeling it s moving up fast on my to buy list

  9. Samantha Tai Samantha Tai says:

    Seventeen year old Wilhelmina Will Huckstep isn t your typical teenager She has an old fashioned soul and loves making old things into new ones, especially lamps, which helps keep the darkness at bay Will is afraid of the dark and the shadows that haunt there When Hurricane Whitney Whit causes widespread power outages, Will must learn to overcome her fears.I really wanted to like this story and for the most part I did I really like Will s character as well as her Aunt Ella I also really Seventeen year old Wilhelmina Will Huckstep isn t your typical teenager She has an old fashioned soul and loves making old things into new ones, especially lamps, which helps keep the darkness at bay Will is afraid of the dark and the shadows that haunt there When Hurricane Whitney Whit causes widespread power outages, Will must learn to overcome her fears.I really wanted to like this story and for the most part I did I really like Will s character as well as her Aunt Ella I also really like how the author illustrates the shadows that are haunting Will throughout the story.However, overall, I didn t like the author s drawings I don t know what it is about them, but I didn t like them Also, I found Will and her friends to be annoying at times I think they acted older and wiser than their seventeen year old selves The character Reese, is thirteen years old and looks and acts older than she is Maybe if they had been college aged and Reese had been older this wouldn t have bothered me as much The ending of the story is sweet and sad and redeems the things I didn t like about the rest of the book I ll give Will Whit 2.5 stars.I think that teens who enjoy reading graphic novels will also enjoy this one I d be interested in knowing what they think about it though

  10. Diane S ☔ Diane S ☔ says:

    Graphic novels are so not my thing This, however, had a very quirky character Liked that she was afraid of the dark and chose to makes lamps Had many kooky friends, things jumped from on the thing to another Too much was jammed in but it was easy to read, not one of those graphics were the bubble words are all over the pages and so much is put on a page that it makes one dizzy to look at No, I still do not love graphics but I didn t hate this one That is the best I can do.

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10 thoughts on “Will & Whit

  1. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:

    mehhhh skimmed the last 30 pages not very good or interesting.

  2. Kate (GirlReading) Kate (GirlReading) says:

    Having absolutely adored Page by Paige by Laure Lee Gulledge, I was excited to pick this up but unfortunately I was somewhat disappointed It was a cute, quick read, with a sweet message but overall, it wasn t anything all too special for me.

  3. Sesana Sesana says:

    Laura Lee Gulledge quotes Doctor Who and references Firefly in this book I could almost stop there, since that s how the author fully won me over But the truth is that she didn t need the references I like this book, and especially the characters, well enough without.This is the sort of quiet book where not much happens At least, there aren t many big events It s just about the characters, and how they change over the course of the book We see the most change in the main character, Will s Laura Lee Gulledge quotes Doctor Who and references Firefly in this book I could almost stop there, since that s how the author fully won me over But the truth is that she didn t need the references I like this book, and especially the characters, well enough without.This is the sort of quiet book where not much happens At least, there aren t many big events It s just about the characters, and how they change over the course of the book We see the most change in the main character, Will short for Willhelmina Will lost her parents, and has been trying to bury her grief But it isn t all about her It s also about her two best friends, both struggling to gain confidence in themselves And it s about art, and how it can be used as an escape or as therapy I read and loved Page by Paige, which is also about art as an outlet The art in this one is every bit as lovely as in Page by Paige, but I think Gulledge has improved as a storyteller

  4. ✨Gayatri ✨ ✨Gayatri ✨ says:

    I LOVED this book It was SO beautiful It made me cry

  5. Laura Laura says:

    3.5 Stars You know, in the dark, people see what they want to see Will Whit by Laura Lee Gulledge is a very sweet read A graphic novel filled with darkness, grief, light, and healing The black and white illustrations and pages with deep, deep black borders somehow still radiate warmth and light A story that shows how the light can cut through the darkness and pain with a little help and love from friends and family Wilhelmina Will is a warm, creative old soul trying to keep busy over t 3.5 Stars You know, in the dark, people see what they want to see Will Whit by Laura Lee Gulledge is a very sweet read A graphic novel filled with darkness, grief, light, and healing The black and white illustrations and pages with deep, deep black borders somehow still radiate warmth and light A story that shows how the light can cut through the darkness and pain with a little help and love from friends and family Wilhelmina Will is a warm, creative old soul trying to keep busy over the summer with work and crafts Keeping busy helps her avoid facing the pain of losing her parents Will is trying so hard to be brave and strong Trying so hard not to be a burden to her Aunt But she can t hide away all her feelings and fear Will is afraid of the dark Shadows and pain haunt her in the dark In the dark, there s no avoiding or hiding It s just you and your thoughts But with storm Whitney or Whit on the way and threatening to blackout the whole town, Will might have to face her fears head on Face her pain It s funny how people tend to communicatewhen the lights go out We have to talk to each other face to face No avoiding with texts or emails No online distractions The truth somehow seems to come out in the dark So with support and help from her circle of longtime friends and quirky Aunt, Will s heart starts to mend A wonderful tale that reminds us that healing is a team effort We can t do it alone I adore book presentations and packaging It s a weakness of mine But I felt like this cover art was misleading This is not a romance, but it looks like they were trying to package it that way My only other issue with this story was at times these teenagers came across as too sweet They were supposed to be 17, but came across much younger Don t get me wrong I enjoyed their optimism, crafts, hippie ways, and bad puns But the way they talked to each other at times felt too perfect and sweet All just minor bumps though I would recommend this book to young readers in a heartbeat The way Ms Gulledge addresses grief in words and pictures is inspiring and heartfelt

  6. Renata Renata says:

    I read this one right after Friends with Boys catchin up on my realistic GNs and I felt like this one was also not quite the book its cover title wanted me to think it was I again assumed it was a teen romance Maybe I just assume everything is a teen romance But it s muchof a story about one girl facing her fears and grief through the power of art and friendship It was also remarkably funny, with a lot of currently timely pop culture references that I enjoyed, and that I think a I read this one right after Friends with Boys catchin up on my realistic GNs and I felt like this one was also not quite the book its cover title wanted me to think it was I again assumed it was a teen romance Maybe I just assume everything is a teen romance But it s muchof a story about one girl facing her fears and grief through the power of art and friendship It was also remarkably funny, with a lot of currently timely pop culture references that I enjoyed, and that I think a lot of nerdy teens will too It s a little bit hipstery what with the family thrift store and the performance art space carnival and the constant obsession with how other kids use their cell phones too much but I was kind of into that, and a certain flavor of teen reader will be too Think maybe fans of like Perks of Being a Wallflower, but less angsty I also thought the art was really pretty

  7. Juliana Juliana says:

    LOVED IT

  8. says:

    I will say I don t think this book deserves fewer than 4 stars as the overall rating you can essentially ignore all the reviews that say things like I don t like graphic novels or the art style bothered me If you like graphic novels, and you want to see someone do something intensely cool with big chunky lines and creative metaphors, this is your book I ve also read Page by Paige, and loved that a bitthan this one, but I ll say that what Will and Whit has is one of the stronges I will say I don t think this book deserves fewer than 4 stars as the overall rating you can essentially ignore all the reviews that say things like I don t like graphic novels or the art style bothered me If you like graphic novels, and you want to see someone do something intensely cool with big chunky lines and creative metaphors, this is your book I ve also read Page by Paige, and loved that a bitthan this one, but I ll say that what Will and Whit has is one of the strongest main characters I ve ever read It s refreshing to just read about a gal and her aunt who are working through hard times, especially with Will s genuine quirkiness She was just a lot of fun The reason I m not giving five stars is just that there s a bit of mildly uncomfortable nice guy stuff, but honestly Don t let that hold you back from reading it I love this book, and I get the feeling it s moving up fast on my to buy list

  9. Samantha Tai Samantha Tai says:

    Seventeen year old Wilhelmina Will Huckstep isn t your typical teenager She has an old fashioned soul and loves making old things into new ones, especially lamps, which helps keep the darkness at bay Will is afraid of the dark and the shadows that haunt there When Hurricane Whitney Whit causes widespread power outages, Will must learn to overcome her fears.I really wanted to like this story and for the most part I did I really like Will s character as well as her Aunt Ella I also really Seventeen year old Wilhelmina Will Huckstep isn t your typical teenager She has an old fashioned soul and loves making old things into new ones, especially lamps, which helps keep the darkness at bay Will is afraid of the dark and the shadows that haunt there When Hurricane Whitney Whit causes widespread power outages, Will must learn to overcome her fears.I really wanted to like this story and for the most part I did I really like Will s character as well as her Aunt Ella I also really like how the author illustrates the shadows that are haunting Will throughout the story.However, overall, I didn t like the author s drawings I don t know what it is about them, but I didn t like them Also, I found Will and her friends to be annoying at times I think they acted older and wiser than their seventeen year old selves The character Reese, is thirteen years old and looks and acts older than she is Maybe if they had been college aged and Reese had been older this wouldn t have bothered me as much The ending of the story is sweet and sad and redeems the things I didn t like about the rest of the book I ll give Will Whit 2.5 stars.I think that teens who enjoy reading graphic novels will also enjoy this one I d be interested in knowing what they think about it though

  10. Diane S ☔ Diane S ☔ says:

    Graphic novels are so not my thing This, however, had a very quirky character Liked that she was afraid of the dark and chose to makes lamps Had many kooky friends, things jumped from on the thing to another Too much was jammed in but it was easy to read, not one of those graphics were the bubble words are all over the pages and so much is put on a page that it makes one dizzy to look at No, I still do not love graphics but I didn t hate this one That is the best I can do.

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