• The Deep & Dark Blue

    The Deep & Dark Blue

    Smith, Niki

    (KIDS GRAPHIC NOVEL) With capable worldbuilding and a positive look at transgender identity, Smith's debut middle grade novel is likely to win over young fans of queer fantasy.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Apsara Engine

    Apsara Engine

    Som, Bishakh

    (ADULT GRAPHIC NOVEL) Som's provocative collection of short comics explores the idiosyncrasies of gender, desire, friendship, courtship, family, and culture through speculative fiction.

    Format: Graphic Novel

    Availability: All copies in use

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  • Come Home, Indio

    Come Home, Indio

    Terry, Jim

    (ADULT GRAPHIC NOVEL) Terry, as a child growing up between households and cultures--his Irish American father's in the Chicago suburbs and his Native (Ho-Chunk) mother's in the Wisconsin Dells--gets told off by his dad: "You're too sensitive, Indio." But fortunately for readers of this raw and intimate graphic memoir, Terry never fully lets go of his youthful vulnerability.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • The Sky Is Blue With A Single Cloud

    The Sky Is Blue With A Single Cloud

    Tsurita, Kuniko

    (ADULT GRAPHIC NOVEL) A selection of comics completed by Tsurita--the only female cartoonist to appear regularly in the influential alternative manga magazine Garo before the late Seventies, arrives in English for the first time, featuring a smoothly rendered translation by Holmberg.

    Format: Graphic Novel

    Availability: Available

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  • Check, Please!

    Check, Please!

    Ukazu, Ngozi

    (TEEN GRAPHIC NOVEL) The effervescent Eric “Bitty” Bittle returns in this sequel to Check Please! #Hockey (2018). Many of Bitty’s closest friends have graduated, and he finds himself getting to know (and baking for) a new crop of ice hockey teammates.--Kirkus

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Grafity's Wall

    Grafity's Wall

    V, Ram

    (TEEN GRAPHIC NOVEL) V and Radhakrishnan's vibrant graphic novel follows four young dreamers' coming-of-age and doubles as a portrait of Mumbai, the bustling and grimy metropolis where their youthful exploits take place.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Go With the Flow

    Go With the Flow

    Williams, Lily

    (KIDS GRAPHIC NOVEL) When new student Sasha gets her period, best friends Abby, Brit, and Christine shepherd her to the bathroom--only to find that their school doesn't stock bathroom hygiene dispensers. The principal cites budget cuts, but the school can still afford new football uniforms. Incensed at the double standard, the teens decide that tampons and pads should be freely available at school.--School Library Journal

    Format: Graphic Novel

    Availability: Available

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  • Dragon Hoops

    Dragon Hoops

    Yang, Gene Luen

    (TEEN GRAPHIC NOVEL) Using a candid narrative and signature illustrations that effectively and dynamically bring the fast-paced games to life, Yang has crafted a triumphant, telescopic graphic memoir that explores the effects of legacy and the power of taking a single first step, no matter the outcome.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • City of Secrets

    City of Secrets

    Ying, Victoria

    (KIDS GRAPHIC NOVEL) Ying has constructed a thrilling genre-bender that seamlessly blends hot air balloons, a secret society, an assassin’s guild, a giant robot, and political intrigue without ever feeling overloaded.--Kirkus

    Format: Graphic Novel

    Availability: Available

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  • Witchlight

    Witchlight

    Zabarsky, Jessi

    (TEEN GRAPHIC NOVEL) Sparks fly between a scrappy witch and a young woman in this gorgeous graphic novel fantasy. When an argument breaks out between Lelek, a witch who travels the land selling amulets, and a villager, Sanja intervenes. Impressed by Sanja's swordplay, Lelek enlists the girl to teach her to fight, and Sanja, eager for a life away from her father and brothers, accepts.--School Library Journal

    Format: Graphic Novel

    Availability: Available

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