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Hosting a conference, workshop, or lecture on graphic novels in schools and/or libraries? Featuring a look at non-fiction graphic novels, Issue #22 of the BookShelf Magazine is a handy resource for librarians, educators, and more!
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Marvel Comics celebrates learning with their STEAM-themed variant covers this November.
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The Virginia Library Association announced its first Graphic Novel Diversity Award winners, with Image's Bitch Planet and IDW/Top Shelf's March Book 2 taking the top honors.
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Civil Rights leader John Lewis's graphic memoir reaches its historic climax in March Book Three from IDW Publishing/Top Shelf Entertainment. Here, we speak with March artist Nate Powell about this groundbreaking work, and present a preview of the final volume.
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By Vince Brusio and Mark Banaszak
Printz and Eisner Award winner Gene Luen Yang has been named the National Ambassador for Young People's Literature. Here, we talk with Yang about the honor, the meaning of his theme "Reading Without Walls," and the new volume of his series for First Second, Secret Coders.
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By Mark Banaszak
The Dashwood sisters' struggles for love amidst their ever-changing fortunes is faithfully adapted in the new Manga Classics: Sense and Sensibility from Udon Entertainment.
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For librarians and educators looking to sample some upcoming books before they hit the shelves, BookShelf offers a list of the newest titles now available for viewing on Net Galley, including IDW's Crazy is the New Normal, Image Comics's Monstress Vol. 1, Dynamite Entertainment's Dean Koontz's Frankenstein: Storm Surge, and Oni Press's Oh Joy Sex Toy Vol. 3.
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