Pirate Mouse and the Sea of Peril is the exciting sequel to Pirate Mouse and the Lost Map and offers the same engaging mix of adventure and humor.
Browsing: Graphic Novels
El Deafo is an autobiographical story based loosely on author Cece Bell’s childhood and growing up hearing impaired. It’s a refreshing and empowering work.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid is an exceptionally captivating tale of a young protagonist’s journey that began with tiny daily entries on a website.
Superman Smashes the Klan, byby Gene Luen Yang, is an inspiring, well-handled adaptation that is timely and clever—well worth a read.
In this episode, bestselling author and Caldecott Medalist Dan Santat talks about his graphic novel memoir A First Time for Everything.
Jerry Craft’s graphic novels, New Kid and Class Act, are fantastic for classroom discussion—but, more importantly, they are utterly enjoyable reads.
Dinosaurs Before Dark: The Magic Treehouse Graphic Novel is an excellent new start to what promises to be a popular series.
Spooky (but not too spooky), Squashed is the perfect graphic novel for Halloween or any other time. Readers will fall for this spooktacular tale!
A spooktacular tale! Join us on the virtual book tour for Squashed: A Graphic Novel by Meghan Tosi and based on a story by Thomas Tosi.
Jaimal Yogis and Vivian Truong talk about their graphic novel City of Dragons: The Awakening Storm! They answered many of your questions!