Tag: graphic novel

Great Lives in Graphics Series

Surviving the City (Vol I & II)

The Tea Dragon Festival

Written & Illustrated by: Katie O’Neill For ages:4 years and up Language: English and ASL (American Sign Language) Topics Covered: Family, Fantasy, Friendship, Growing Up.  Summary:  This is the second story in the Tea Dragon Society books, but is actually a prequel to the first one.  Longer than… Continue Reading “The Tea Dragon Festival”

This Place: 150 Years Retold

Written by: Assorted Indigenous authors Illustrated by: Assorted Indigenous illustrators For ages: YA & Middle Grades Language: Majority English, Topics Covered: Own Voices, First Nations, Indigenous Voices, Graphic Novels, First Contact, History, Summary:  This Place is a graphic novel produced by one of my favorite Indigenous publishers, Highwater. It… Continue Reading “This Place: 150 Years Retold”

Northwest Resistance [A Girl Called Echo Vol 3]

Written by: Katherena Vermette Illustrated by: Scott B. Henderson, color by Donovan Yaciuk  For ages: 12 years and up Language: English, minor French.  Topics Covered: History, First Nations, Military Action, Growing Up, Family, Fantasy, Time Travel, Métis History. Summary:  This is the third installment about the time-traveling adventures of… Continue Reading “Northwest Resistance [A Girl Called Echo Vol 3]”

Journey Under the Arctic

Written by: James O. Fraoili Illustrated by: Joe St. Pierre For ages: 8-12 years Language: English, gives a small Inuit phrase guide as well.  Topics Covered: Historical Figure, Environmental Activism, Nature, Adventure, Global Warming, Graphic Novel, STEM. Summary:  This comic book adventure is the second in the Fabien Cousteau… Continue Reading “Journey Under the Arctic”

Arthur and the Golden Rope [Feb 4 2020]

Written & Illustrated by: Joe Todd-Stanton  For ages: 5-9 years Language: English Topics Covered: Adventure, Mythology, Natural World, Supernatural, Magic. Summary: This is one of the Brownstone’s Mythical Collection books, and we really like the way that it’s set up like a comic book.  Arthur is a young boy with a… Continue Reading “Arthur and the Golden Rope [Feb 4 2020]”

Becoming RBG

Written by: Debbie Levy Illustrated by: Whitney Gardner For ages: 10 years and up Language: English  Topics Covered: History, Legislation, Women in Leadership, Trailblazers, Historical Figure, Historical Events, Activism, Graphic Novel.  Summary: This is an AWESOME  graphic novel!  Something we like about it very much is that while it very… Continue Reading “Becoming RBG”

Amazons, Abolitionists, and Activists

Written by: Mikki Kendall Illustrated by: A. D’Amico For ages: YA older teens (mature topics-violence, assault, enslavement, death) Language: English  Topics Covered: Activism, Historic Figures, Historical Fiction, Enslavement, Women’s Rights, Suffrage, Women in Politics, Women in Leadership, Assault, Death, Indigenous Voices, POC-Centric Narratives, Marginalized Populations, Modern Black Freedom Struggle, LGBTQ,… Continue Reading “Amazons, Abolitionists, and Activists”

Deadendia: The Broken Halo [released 10/17]

Written & Illustrated by: Hamish Steele For ages: YA middle & upper grades (2 vaguely implied sexual situations) Language: English Topics Covered: POC-Centric Narratives, Neurodivergent Characters, LGBTQ, Supernatural, Friendship, Graphic Novels, Adventure, Love, Family, Acceptance.  Summary: This graphic novel is the next installment in the series!  We were sent… Continue Reading “Deadendia: The Broken Halo [released 10/17]”

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