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Graphic Novel Resource for Librarians and Educators

Graphic Novels have a lot to offer as literature, educational tools, entertainment and more! Whether you are a teacher, educator, or reading specialist seeking to incorporate comics and graphic novels into the classroom; or a librarian or media specialist looking for assistance with graphic novel collection development, our website's mission is to provide you with comprehensive information on the latest graphic novels, interviews with creators and professionals like you, along with useful tools such as reviews, lesson plans, bestsellers and more.

Teen Read Week committee grants White Oak Public Library (IL) with Teen Read Week grant to create a circulating board game collection that focuses on literacy skills in ‘Read for the Fun of It’ campaign.
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Magnetic Press introduces the fourth volume in their Love series: the Dinosaur.
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Along with holiday music and decorated coffee cups, December brings a full list of great comics for young readers.These upcoming titles are all books that any comic reader will love, no matter their age.
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Two junior high detectives, Dallas Cash and Inez Carrie, are on the case! Together, they investigate a missing mascot, make a few ghost friends and expose an undercover Voodoo cult.
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During the November 28th meeting, San Francisco's Small Business Commission honored San Francisco's Cartoon Art Museum as an official Legacy Business.
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Expanding for the first time into a two-day convention, the Schomburg Center is excited to open registration for the 5th annual Black Comic Book Festival.
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UK Program Excelsior Awards have announced the 2017 shortlist for the Junior award series including Luna the Vampire and DC Superhero Girls: Final Crisis.
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With graphic novels becoming a common medium for politically charged commentary, these titles will aide in the political conversation.
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Get more pink for your green with American Mythology's new Pink Panther series!
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Scholastic announces their upcoming graphic novels for spring 2017.
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Voltron Legendary Defender nominated for 44th Annual Annie Awards.
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Image Comics announces the release of Black History in its Own Words to hit shelves February 2017.
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Fall in love with Jack Kirby's art in a new and unprecedented way, with the Jack Kirby Pencils & Ink Hardcover.
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Just in time for the holidays, librarians at the New York Public Library have put together two lists for their top recommendations for Kids and teens in various literary categories.
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Librarian Caitlin Plovnick explores how comics and graphic novels can benefit research instruction.
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By Caitlin Plovnick
School is out for summer, and for the Tackleford mystery team, that means lazy days, balmy evenings, and... creeping existential dread that threatens the whole city.
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Take a look at the Top 25 Graphic Novels & Trade Paperbacks for October. Published to coincide with the debut of the new Champions team, Marvel's Champions: No Time For Losers, a collection of classic 1970s Champions tales, was October's best-selling graphic novel.
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To help educators and librarians to be informed about what their students and patrons are buying from their local comic shops, we present the Top 25 Manga titles for October. VIZ Media's Tokyo Ghoul Volume 9 was October's best-selling manga title.
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