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Our Book Series

Below you can read more about our current and forthcoming series:

Art & Oakie Ask

Art & Oakie Ask is a nearly wordless picture book series that makes speaking up for the environment universal and fun for everyone. The series follows an imaginative first-grader and her best friend Oakie the good-natured oak tree. Together Art and Oakie go on adventures to help their friends in nature.


Thanks to the wordless format, reading the books aloud is as creative as it is fun! You and your littles get to interpret the book's lush comic book imagery and make up the story for yourselves. 

Illustrated by Josiane Vlitos. Written by Josh Oaktree.

For every book printed, Oak Tree Comics donates to an environmental non-profit. Learn more.

Reading age: 5-8+

Thorn the Unicorn

What would you do if you found a unicorn being hunted for its horn? With disease plaguing their land and violence against magical beings on the rise, orphans Jack and Rosie go against kingdom decree when they rescue a baby unicorn. 

Art by A. D'Amico. Story by Josh Oaktree.

You can now pre-order the first volume of Thorn the Unicorn here.


Thorn the Unicorn is a magical middle-grade graphic novel series that fans of Lightfall and Amulet will adore. The book will debut on World Animal Day, October 4th, 2024.

Reading age: 8-12+

The Weird Animal Hour

Brought to you by the team of Thorn the UnicornThe Weird Animal Hour is a hardcover anthology of sixty illustrations that combine mythical creatures with endangered species. Accompanying each illustration is information about the animal and how you can help it.

You can now pre-order the book, which will debut on World Animal Day, October 4th, 2024.

Reading age: 10-14+

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Above is a cover concept design, and below is a sample spread:

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Did You Boscov Today? 

In memory of Albert Boscov


Before founding Oak Tree Comics, author Josh Oaktree and creative director Amelia Boscov co-edited an anthology of memories about their grandfather.

Read more about the book here.

Buy your copy ($6.99).

All proceeds go to the non-profit Our City Reading.

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