Even with a character who can see the future, love is unpredictable. In this coming of age story, Ray and Laurie are forced to face their flaws, their desires, and each other.— From Madison
“Crumbs is a delightful graphic novel. I loved the diverse characters and earnest relationships of all kinds. The magical twist was the cherry on top. Great graphics, fast writing, and wonderful characters! I want to be friends with them!”
— Lauren Nopenz Fairley, Curious Iguana, Frederick, MD
An IndieBound Bestseller
Falling in love just got sweeter in this charming, romantic YA graphic novel from WEBTOON, the #1 digital comic platform. Ray, a young seer struggling with her powers, discovers first love and friendship in her town's magic bakery.
In a very special town, there’s an even more unusual bakery with a selection of baked treats hand-crafted to help your dreams come true. For Ray, a quiet young woman with special powers of her own, the order is always the same: a hot tea with a delicious side of romance.
When Ray meets Laurie, the kind barista who aspires to be a professional musician, she gets a real taste of love for the first time. But even with a spark of magic, romance isn’t so simple. Both Ray and Laurie are chasing their own dreams and even when Ray starts to see the future, she can’t predict her fate with Laurie.
Based on the beloved webcomic from WEBTOON, this sweet coming-of-age story of friendship and first love comes to life in graphic novel format with gorgeous illustrations and exclusive content.
“An enthralling new world brimming with magic.” — Kirkus Reviews
“This story is the perfect amount of sweet…enchanting and picturesque. It has the perfect combo of fantasy, realism, and romance.” — School Library Journal
"This is a sweet love story, and readers will want to get cozy and grab a hot tea to go with this delicious slice of romance as the two leads find their way to each other." — Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
“The art and colors are as soft as the story is sweet, and the denouement is a refreshing twist on a common trope. Perfect for tweens and teens who like romance comics.” — Booklist