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Comics and Graphic Novels

Tea Dragon

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When it comes to graphic novels that capture our hearts and imaginations, Katie O’Neill’s Tea Dragon series is a Bookish team favorite. The latest...
middle grade graphic novels

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Emma Steinkellner’s debut middle grade graphic novel celebrates the weirdness of growing up. The Okay Witch follows the adventures of 13-year-old Moth Hush, a...
Carly Usdin

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Today, both readers and writers are passionate about making sure all readers feel represented on the pages of books. But for many creators, their...
graphic memoirs

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and if that’s true, your book club meeting might go into overtime discussing these captivating...
Faith Erin Hicks

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The final installment in Faith Erin Hicks’ Nameless City trilogy, The Divided Earth, is here and it brings the series to a thrilling close....
fast reads

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The end of the year is almost here, and bookworms everywhere are scrambling to make sure they reach the goals they set for themselves...

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In Scott Westerfeld’s graphic novel Spill Zone, a mysterious spill contaminates Poughkeepsie, New York and transforms it into a haunting and unearthly place. Addison,...

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Tillie Walden’s Spinning is one of our favorite books of 2017. It’s a moving graphic memoir about coming of age, coming out, outgrowing old...
Jen Wang

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Jen Wang’s latest graphic novel, The Prince and the Dressmaker, hit shelves on February 13th. It’s an inspiring story about the blossoming connection between...

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There’s something special about graphic novels. Maybe it’s the combination of art forms. Maybe it’s the unusual formatting. Maybe it’s the pops of color....

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