• Catherine's War

    Catherine's War

    Billet, Julia

    (KIDS GRAPHIC NOVEL) Billet's emotive historical graphic novel portrays a Jewish girl forced to hide her identity during the Nazi occupation of France.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Solutions and Other Problems

    Solutions and Other Problems

    Brosh, Allie

    (ADULT GRAPHIC NOVEL) Brosh follows up bestseller Hyperbole and a Half with a gut-busting volume of autobio comics. Her wobbly, wall-eyed avatar regards the world with bafflement as she hurls herself into one bizarre situation after another.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • We Served the People

    We Served the People

    Burell, Emei

    (ADULT GRAPHIC NOVEL) A daughter depicts her mother's oral history of life in China in the 1960s and '70s in this educational and inspiring portrait of perseverance.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Dancing After TEN

    Dancing After TEN

    Chong, Vivian

    (ADULT GRAPHIC NOVEL) A prime example of the graphic medicine genre, which illustrates medical conditions, often through lived experience, this work is engaging and informative but never feels teachy or preachy.--Library Journal

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Class Act

    Class Act

    Craft, Jerry

    (KIDS GRAPHIC NOVEL) In this companion to Newbery winner New Kid, eighth grader Drew Ellis embarks on a turbulent second year at the prestigious Riverdale Academy Day School in the Bronx alongside best friends Jordan Banks and Liam Landers.

    Format: Book

    Availability: No Longer Available

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  • Octavia E. Butler's Parable of the Sower

    Octavia E. Butler's Parable of the Sower

    Duffy, Damian

    (ADULT GRAPHIC NOVEL) This nimble graphic adaptation of Butler's 1993 novel of capitalism-ravaged California feels alarmingly prescient and relevant. Duffy and Jennings (Kindred) skillfully rework the tale told through the eyes of teenage empath Lauren Oya Olamina, who navigates a world transformed by drought, gun violence, and exploitation.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Dancing at the Pity Party

    Dancing at the Pity Party

    Feder, Tyler

    (TEEN GRAPHIC NOVEL) After the author's mother dies of uterine cancer when her oldest daughter is 19, Feder (Unladylike for adults) finds herself longing for something "that cradles my grief without smothering it."

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Almost American Girl

    Almost American Girl

    Ha, Robin

    (TEEN GRAPHIC NOVEL) In her YA debut, adult author Ha (Cook Korean!: A Comic Book with Recipes) creates a graphic novel memoir about a girl's transition from Korea to America.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Displacement

    Displacement

    Hughes, Kiku

    (TEEN GRAPHIC NOVEL) Mixing fact and fiction in this autobiographical graphic novel, debut author Hughes follows a teen experiencing Japanese internment firsthand through time travel to the WWII era.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • When Stars Are Scattered

    When Stars Are Scattered

    Jamieson, Victoria

    (KIDS GRAPHIC NOVEL) Based on coauthor Mohamed's childhood after fleeing Somalia on foot with his younger brother, this affecting graphic novel follows the brothers' life in a Kenyan refugee camp.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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