In this episode, Aaron Blabey, the #1 New York Times Bestselling Australian author with around 30 million books in print, talks about The Bad Guys movie.
Browsing: Graphic Novels
Pirate Mouse and the Lost Map is exciting and funny and a great introduction to the graphic novel format for younger readers.
Karly West has embraced her “irreverent nerdiness” to create a one-of-a-kind graphic novel series for teens and young adults entitled The Scholarly Banana.
Part of the Science Comics series, Crows: Genius Birds is a fun, full-color exploration of a crow’s world, from eating roadkill to patrolling territory.
I Am Hermes adapts a classic set of Greek myths to comic-book format, making skillful use of the humor, characterization, and action-packed momentum.
In Big Apple Diaries, a diary-style graphic memoir by Alyssa Bermudez, a young New Yorker doodles her way through middle school―until September 11, 2001.
Fox and Rabbit is a story of friendship centered on the adventures of a fox and a rabbit who have very different personalities.
Remy Lai is the award-winning creator of Pie in the Sky—one of our very favorite books here at TCBR headquarters. Come and take a peek inside her *studio* and learn about her creative process while you’re here!
How Graphic Novels Boost Literacy Skills and a Love of Reading: Here are a few reasons why we are obsessed with graphic novels and think you should be too!
The Weirn Books: Be Wary of the Silent Woods is an easy pick for both reluctant and ravenous readers who appreciate a fast-paced story. An excellent choice for fans of Scooby-doo and pals, too.