Graphic Novels: Where Are They?

Graphic novels are all over the place in the juvenile collection. You’ll find them in paperback, fiction, non-fiction, and in juvenile biography. In honor of Free Comic Book Day we decided to look at how many graphic novels the library has to loan out. Wow! At last count there were 395 to choose from.

Reality Check Sports Illustrated Graphic Novels Kids

Don’t believe us? Select “subject” in the catalog’s search box and then type graphic novels. The above image comes from “Reality Check,” page 37 (Call# Y).

Yomtov, N., Sandoval, G., & Fuentes, B. (2010). Reality check. Mankato, Minn: Stone Arch Books.

We used WordCat’s Cite/Export feature to copy and paste the citation above (see our Research Database page for a link to WorldCat).

Reference librarian at Bank Street College Library.

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One comment on “Graphic Novels: Where Are They?
  1. […] For more storytelling resources see our research guide, and for more graphic novels to use in your classroom browse J 741.5 or see here! […]

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