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Cardboard Castles and Three-Headed Cats

Review: ‘Hex Vet: Witches in Training’

SLJ's Reviews of YALSA's 2019 Morris Finalists

Review: ‘Crush’

Review: ‘The City on the Other Side’

Review: ‘Estranged’

Review: "Marvel Rising"

Review: "Gillbert Vol. 1: The Little Merman"

Review: "An Enola Holmes Mystery: The Case of the Missing Marquess"

This Week’s Comics: Bad Crush

Review: "Manga Classics: Romeo and Juliet"

Review: "Snails Are Just My Speed!"

Review: "Phoebe and Her Unicorn in Unicorn Theater"

Review: "Lafayette"

Reviews: Three Graphic Novel Series from Lerner/Graphic Universe

Review: "Hey, Kiddo"

Ghosts: A Not-So-Scary Roundup

Books in Brief: Sequels, Strips, and More

Takei Opens SLJ Summit With Emotional, Inspiring History Lesson

Review: The Baby-Sitters Club: Kristy’s Big Day"

A Graphic Memoir, a Sequel, Debuts, and More | Pondering Printz

What to Read Next: Scary Story Edition

Horses, Houdini, & Haunted Theme Parks: 10 Favorite Fall Graphic Novels for Tweens & Teens

New Comics Roundup: Aquicorns for Hardcore Ladytypes

First Look: "The Great Wiz and The Ruckus"

Sequel to Shannon Hale's "Real Friends" Announced

Collecting Comics: Comics Take On Addiction, STEM, Space, and more

Olympic Gold Medalist and Protester Tommie Smith Partners With Derrick Barnes on New Graphic Memoir

Review: "Alice: From Dream to Dream"

Reading the Pictures

Interview and Preview: "Enola Holmes: The Case of the Missing Marquess"

Graphix Announces New Raina Telgemeier Books

Drawn from Life: Graphic Memoirs for Teens

“This Was a Book I Needed To Write” | Jarrett J. Krosoczka On “Hey, Kiddo”

Book Review: "Lost Soul, Be at Peace" by Maggie Thrash

Review: "Aquicorn Cove"

Ryan Ferrier and Roger Langridge Discuss Their New Title

Preview: "Hotel Dare"

Dark Horse Nabs Minecraft License

Stories of Syrian Refugees: Don Brown’s "The Unwanted" | Interview



While perfect for fans of fantasy and magic, this inventive tale transcends genre expectations and will appeal to a variety of graphic novel readers.-Emilia Packard, Austin, TX

Heavy Vinyl

Purchase where titles such as the recent "Archie" comics, Unstoppable WASP, and Paper Girls are in demand.-Amy Duffy, Chicago Public Library

Scales & Scoundrels: Vol 1; Into the Dragon's Maw

An imaginative and fast-paced roller-coaster of a story. For fans of fantasy, adventure, and tales of the unexpected.-Andrea Lipinski, New York Public Library


Fans of the RWBY web series will most appreciate this in-depth look at the characters, while curious newcomers might be encouraged to seek out the source material.-Andrea Lipinski, New York Public Library

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

An excellent addition for collections aiming to introduce classic literature to a new audience.-Elise Martinez, Zion-Benton Public Library, IL

A Polar Bear in Love: Vol. 1

A cute and easy entry into manga for newcomers seeking something light and fun.-Thomas Jonte, Pensacola State College, FL

Mermaid Boys: Vol. 1

An enjoyable entry for fans of romantic comedies.-Tamela Chambers, Chicago Public Schools, IL

Nuclear Winter: Vol. 1

Give to fans of Scott Westerfeld's Spill Zone or Noelle Stevenson's Nimona.-Jenni Frencham, formerly at Columbus Public Library, WI

Moonstruck: Vol. 1: Magic To Brew

This delectably soft fantasy comes highly recommended; for readers looking for the sugary sweetness of Katie O'Neill's The Tea Dragon Society with a touch of romantic conflict thrown in.-Alea Perez, Westmont Public Library, IL

Summit: Vol. 1: The Long Way Home

A fun read for superhero fans looking for something new.-Tammy Ivins, University of North Carolina at Wilmington

Capture Creatures

For younger fans of fantasy, cute but bizarre creatures, and Pokémon-esque fare. Those who enjoy this installment will be eager for more.-Andrea Lipinski, New York Public Library

Silver Spoon: Vol. 1

Hand this one to manga enthusiasts looking for tales in the vein of Satsuki Yoshino's "Barakamon."-Thomas Jonte, Pensacola State College, FL


A strong page-turner for fans of mystery and suspense.-Kevin McGuire, Woodland Hills School District, PA

The Unsound

A good supplemental addition to graphic novel collections aimed at teens.-Ryan P. Donovan, Southborough Public Library, MA

Angelic: Vol. 1; Heirs and Graces

For fans of fantasy and postapocalyptic fare.-Amanda MacGregor, Parkview Elementary School, Rosemount, MN

Valley of the Silk Sky: The Long Run: Part Two

Though this title has a fascinating concept, it may have trouble finding a wide audience. An additional purchase.-Alec Chunn, Eugene Public Library, OR

Grand Theft Horse

Superb. Ruffu's tenacity and the book's satisfying conclusion will appeal to fans of John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell's "March" trilogy.

Ngozi Ukazu On Hockey, Queer Romance, and Her New Graphic Novel

It’s a Novel! It's a Comic! It's—Both?

“Graphic Medicine” Comics & Graphic Novels Explore Illness and Healthcare

This Week’s Comics: Incredible Pokemon

The Faithful Spy by John Hendrix | SLJ Review

Review: Fruit Ninjas

Book Review: The Cardboard Kingdom by Chad Sell and friends

Graphic Novels: A Heroic Troll, Ghostly Girl, and Slice-of-Life Manga | July 2018 Xpress Reviews

This Week’s Comics: Kurdles Rising

Exclusive Preview: ‘Pandora’s Legacy’

The Secret Loves of Geeks by Hope Nicholson | SLJ Review

This Week’s Comics: Anthropomorphic Round-Up

15 Amazing Anime Films for Kids and Teens

Archie Bongiovanni & Tristan Jimerson On Their Graphic Novel Guide to Gender-Neutral Pronouns

Review: ‘The Family Trade’

This Week’s Comics: Rainy Day at the Academy

Review: ‘Wild Ocean’

Inaugural Excellence in Graphic Literature Awards Announced

Scott Westerfeld and Alex Puvilland’s ‘Spill Zone’ Wins EGL Book of the Year Award

This Week’s Comics: Paris By Night

Bingo Love by Tee Franklin | SLJ Review

Review: ‘Action Presidents’

DC Reveals Covers, More Details on DC Zoom and DC Ink Graphic Novels

Book Review: Tsu and the Outliers by Erik Johnson

13 Manga Series To Share with Teens This Summer

This Week’s Comics: No Smoking Allowed

Review: ‘Jim McClain’s Solution Squad’

Collecting Comics: June 2018 Edition by Ally Watkins

Review: ‘Silver Spoon’ Vol. 1

SLJ Facebook Live Chats with Authors at Day of Dialog & Book Expo 2018

This Week’s Comics: Mysterious Birds and Ponies

The Promised Neverland: Vol. 1 by Kaiu Shirai | SLJ Review

Exclusive: BOOM! Studios Announces ‘The Great Wiz and the Ruckus’

The Margaret A. Edwards Award and 30 Years of Young Adult Literature

Review: ‘Star Wars: Lost Stars’ Vol. 1

Exclusive Preview: ‘The Little Book of Knowledge: Sharks’

4 Graphic Novels Explore Queer Love, Evolution & More | June 2018 Xpress Reviews

This Week’s Comics: Celebrate with Ice Cream

Book Review: All Summer Long by Hope Larson


Gina Gagliano Has Big Plans for Random House Graphic

Review: Illegal

This Week’s Comics: A Festival of Mummies

Review: ‘The Beatles Story’


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