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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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