Graphic Novels in Your School Library

"[A] much needed book . . . accessible, to the point, and playful in its subtle humor."
-- The Library Quarterly: Information, Community, Policy

"Smart, accessible, and comprehensive."
-- Kids & Books

"The author has imparted a college course of material between two covers in an easily understood presentation . . . successfully makes a case for the use of graphic novels in teaching . . . This resource is a terrific addition for school and public libraries."
 -- VOYA

"Most school libraries will benefit from this accessible and practical manual.  Recommended."
-- Booklist  

"Graphic Novels in Your School Library is an excellent and practical start to helping even those who have no idea [where] to begin with these works."
-- The Midwest Book Review

This is a webinar called Engaging Accelerated and Reluctant Readers with Comics that I participated in for Library Pass on February 25th, 2021.

This is an interview Booklist did with me about comics for kids in libraries that appeared in the special insert in the July, 2019 issue.

This is an article about Capturing the Action: Graphic Novels and Visual Literacy, a Panel I moderated for BookFest 2016, that was posted on on October 27th, 2016.

This is an article about the Comics Connector resource with my comments on the subject that appeared on the School Library Journal website  on July 31, 2015.

This is a podcast of my appearance on the web talk show Comic Book Club Live.

This is a podcast about Graphic Novels in Your School Library, hosted by YALSA's Matt Moffet.

Graphically Engaging is an article about Graphic Novels in Your School Library that appeared in Diamond Bookshelf, October, 2011.

Graphic Novels in Your School Library, with illustrations by the incomparable Rush Kress, is available here as well as at the usual internet resources.  

Check the Articles page for further resources relating to graphic novels and education.