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by Jimmy Gownley

Jimmy Gownley's returns with a graphic novel memoir about the "dumb" idea that changed his life forever! What if the dumbest idea ever turned your life upside down?

by Paul Pope - Graphic Novel, Science Fiction

With great power comes great responsibility. With a great Paul Pope superhero book comes a whole lot of fun.

by Ransom Riggs and Cassandra Jean - Fiction, Graphic Novel

 

Now 16 years old, Jacob Portman has grown up listening to outlandish tales told by his grandfather, who claims he escaped monsters as a young boy and was able to take shelter in Miss Peregrine’s home. Jacob believes the monsters his grandfather was hiding from during World War II were the Nazis, but after his grandfather dies, horrifically, before his very eyes, Jacob is confronted with the truth.

by Gene Luen Yang

Gene Luen Yang tells two sides of the story in his two new books. Saints is the tale of a young girl growing up unwanted in late 19th-century China. She’s so unwanted, and considered so unlucky, that she isn’t even given a proper name…she’s simply called Four-Girl (because she is the fourth child). In Boxers, a young man named Bao is frustrated with the constant onslaught of foreign missionaries who proclaim to be teaching religion but instead are thieves and bullies. They mercilessly rob and threaten Bao’s peasant countrymen and show no remorse.

illustrated by Nate Powell written by John Lewis and Andrew Aydin - Graphic Novel, Nonfiction

Opening on the morning of President Obama’s inauguration in January 2009, MARCH is a vivid first-hand account of Congressman John Lewis's lifelong struggle for civil and human rights, meditating in the modern age on the distance traveled since the days of Jim Crow and segregation. Rooted in Lewis's personal story, it also reflects on the highs and lows of the broader civil rights movement.

by Ramsey Beyer

Ramsey Beyer left behind small-town Michigan to attend a prestigious art school. She documents leaving home and growing up in this new memoir.

by Various - Graphic Novel, Superhero

This amazing celebration of all things Superman includes stories from Action Comics #0, 1-2, 137, 242, 544, 775 and 900, Adventures of Superman #498,Mythology: The DC Comics Art of Alex RossSuperman #11, 17, 53, 75, 76, 141, 149, 247 and 400, Superman Annual #11 and a 1940 story from Look Magazine!

by Tony Cliff - Adventure, Fiction, Graphic Novel, Youth Fiction

Using the skills she's picked up along the way during other action-filled journeys, Delilah's adventures continue as she plots to rob a rich and corrupt Sultan in Constantinople.

by Gene Luen Yang - Fiction, Graphic Novel, Youth Fiction

Gene Luen Yang tells two sides of the story in his two new books. Saints is the tale of a young girl growing up unwanted in late 19th-century China. She’s so unwanted, and considered so unlucky, that she isn’t even given a proper name…she’s simply called Four-Girl (because she is the fourth child). In Boxers, a young man named Bao is frustrated with the constant onslaught of foreign missionaries who proclaim to be teaching religion but instead are thieves and bullies. They mercilessly rob and threaten Bao’s peasant countrymen and show no remorse.

by Gene Luen Yang - Fiction, Graphic Novel, Historical Fiction

Gene Luen Yang tells two sides of the story in his two new books. Saints is the tale of a young girl growing up unwanted in late 19th-century China. She’s so unwanted, and considered so unlucky, that she isn’t even given a proper name…she’s simply called Four-Girl (because she is the fourth child). In Boxers, a young man named Bao is frustrated with the constant onslaught of foreign missionaries who proclaim to be teaching religion but instead are thieves and bullies. They mercilessly rob and threaten Bao’s peasant countrymen and show no remorse.