Smile by Raina Telgemeier offers readers an intimate glimpse into the transformative years of a young girl navigating the challenges of adolescence.
Browsing: Graphic Novels
Get ready to be inspired as you learn about Remy Lai’s latest graphic novel, Ghost Book, which beautifully deals with the difficult theme of grief.
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.
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.
Volume 22 in the much-loved Big Nate comic book series, Big Nate: Blow the Roof Off! is packed full of dead-pan junior-high humor.
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.