Teen Tuesday: Graphic Novels
Hey, there! Did you know that the library has a great selection of graphic novels and comics for your reading pleasure? Located in the nonfiction section (Dewey decimal number: 741.5), our graphic novels boast a wide array of genres. Comics are not limited to superheroes! You can also find titles like...
Romeo and Juliet: The Graphic Novel - The classic play by Shakespeare, transformed into an easy-to-read graphic novel.
Friends With Boys by Faith Erin Hicks - Maggie feels out of place at high school because she was homeschooled her whole life. With her mother missing, and her brothers avoiding her, Maggie finds new friends eventually. But this story has a twist - there is a ghost following Maggie.
The Dumbest Idea Ever! by Jimmy Gownley - When 13-year-old Jimmy has to stay home from the basketball championship game due to a bout of smallpox, he begins to feel like his life is over. His grades keep getting worse, and he can't quite land a date with the cutest girl in school. Will Jimmy's dumb decisions actually turn out to be the best decisions he's ever made?
Robot Dreams by Sarah Varon - This graphic novel manages to portray the fragility of friendship bonds without a single word.
Through The Woods by Emily Carroll - Five short horror stories. The grotesque images and terrifying stories might make you afraid to take a walk through the woods.
Stop by your library to check out these, and many other, graphic novel titles!