While graphic novels & comic books have increased in popularity with children of all ages in the last several years, there are still some parents that dismiss the medium as trivial or "not a real book" or "junk." We live in a visual world. It only makes sense that children are drawn to visual media.
Graphic Novels & Comics
30 Years of Laughs & Lasagna: The Life & Times of a Fat, Furry Legend! (Hard Cover)When the world’s most famous feline hits the three-decade milestone it’s time to celebrate! 30 Years of Laughs & Lasagna is a tribute to this tremendous achievement. Organized by decade, each with an introduction by Jim Davis, this lavishly illustrated volume features more than four hundred strips, including thirty of Jim Davis’s all-time favorites with informative remarks from Jim on why they made the grade.
A Lucky Luke Adventure : Ghost TownAs he roams with his horse, Jolly Jumper, always seeking new adventures, Lucky Luke meets two suspicious characters, Denver Miles and Colorado Bill.
American History Comic BooksTwelve Reproducible Comic Books With Activities Guaranteed to Get Kids Excited About Key Events and People in American History
Asterios PolypMeet Asterios Polyp: middle-aged, meagerly successful architect and teacher, aesthete and womanizer, whose life is wholly upended when his New York City apartment goes up in flames.
Babymouse #9: Monster MashNEW YORK TIMES bestselling and Newbery Honor winning author Jennifer Holm teams up with Matthew Holm to bring you a fully illustrated graphic novel series packed with humor and kid appeal, BABYMOUSE!
Comic Book Bible (Paper Back)Hey kids, get a new perspective on scripture with The Comic Book Bible, a colorfully illustrated, cartoon treatment of the most important book of all.
My Frozen ValentineIt is Valentine's Day in GOTHAM, but not everyone is celebrating. VICTOR FRIES (MR. FREEZE) has never gotten over the death of his wife, Nora, and he is not about to let anyone enjoy this painful holiday.
Our Gods Wear Spandex: The Secret History of Comic Book Heroes (Paper Back)From occult underground to superhero! Was Superman's arch nemesis Lex Luther based on Aleister Crowley? Can Captain Marvel be linked to the Sun gods on antiquity? In Our Gods Wear Spandex, Christopher Knowles answers these questions and brings to light many other intriguing links between superheroes and the enchanted world of estoerica. Occult students and comic-book fans alike will discover countless fascinating connections.
Superman: The Third KryptonianWritten by Kurt Busiek and Dwayne McDuffie, Art by Rick Leonardi, Renato Guedes and others Cover by Renato Guedes Who or what is The Third Kryptonian?
The Fake Cape CaperWhen Melvin goes to Las Vegas for the Superhero's Convention, Candace is left in charge of Los Angeles. Between the terrible bullies at school and the devious and sinister Spaz brothers (Major and his brother, Big), Candace has her hands extremely full.