Explorers: The Hidden Doors Book Review

Explorers: The Hidden Doors (Explorer #3)
Authors & Illustrators: Kazu Kibuishi, Jen Wang, Steve Hamaker, Faith Erin Hicks, Doug Holgate, Jason Caffoe 
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Release Date: October 14, 2014

A series of graphic novel short stories all with a similar theme, Exploration & Doors. Like the previous two books, these stories are creative, varied, and beautifully illustrated. Some of the stories include 'Asteria Crane' where a doctor follows a young boy into his mind to help bring him out of a coma. 'The Giant's Kitchen' features, what else, a Giant who isn't so intent on eating humans as much as getting a little bit of help with some magic mixed in. There are other stories that include a boy who tries to remake himself and not for the better,  a boy who wants to run away, a nuclear robot, mummy grave robbers, and evil trolls bent on mayhem. There wasn't a single story that I didn't like and definitely a great series for the visual learning and/or reluctant reader.