Graphic Novels

Honor Girl

Honor Girl

By Maggie Thrash

This graphic memoir follows fifteen-year-old Maggie during one fateful summer at Camp Bellflower, where she meets a beautiful camp counselor and begins questioning her identity. Find it in the catalog.

Nimona

Nimona

By Noelle Stevenson

The last thing supervillain Lord Ballister Blackheart wants is a sidekick, but the shapeshifting Nimona won’t take no for an answer. Now they must work together to wreak havoc and defeat Sir Ambrosius Goldenloin once and for all. Find it in the catalog.

March: Book One

March: Book One

By John Lewis

Congressman John Lewis details the story of his life as a civil rights activist in this graphic memoir. Find it in the catalog.

American Born Chinese

American Born Chinese

By Gene Luen Yang

Three stories about the Chinese American experience weave together in unexpected ways. Find it in the catalog.

Drowned City Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans

Drowned City: Hurricane Katrina & New Orleans

By Don Brown

This is the story of Hurricane Katrina, and how the government responded after the powerful storm destroyed much of the city of New Orleans. Find it in the catalog.

Paper Girls

Paper Girls

By Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang

A paper route turns into a fight for survival against inhuman foes for four girls in 1988. Find it in the catalog.

This One Summer

This One Summer

By Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki

Every summer, Rose and Windy meet up during their annual summer trip to Awago Beach. But this year, Rose’s parents are fighting more than usual, and Rose and Windy find even more drama as they search for a distraction. Find it in the catalog.

Dare to Disappoint: Growing Up in Turkey

Dare to Disappoint: Growing Up in Turkey

By Özge Samanc─▒

Özge’s childhood is structured and predictable, but she dreams of adventure away from the political upheaval in Turkey. Find it in the catalog.

Through the Woods

Through the Woods

By Emily Carroll

This graphic novel is composed of five scary stories about what might await in a dark forest. Find it in the catalog.

Black History in Its Own Words

Black History in Its Own Words

By Ronald Wimberly

Each page of this book describes a different inspiring figure from Black history and includes quotes and illustrations to bring their work to life. Find it in the catalog.

Maus: A Survivor's Tale

Maus: A Survivor’s Tale

By Art Spiegelman

This two-part story follows the author’s father as he struggles to survive during the Holocaust. Find it in the catalog.