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Open Borders

Convention season has begun, and that means the comics news cycle is heating up. Here are some news flashes from around the comicsphere. First Second has been breaking some news lately: They did a cover reveal for their book Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigaration at Paste Magazine, and they gave the AV […]

‘Witch Boy’ Series Continues!

The Midwinter Witch

The popular and acclaimed Witch Boy series by Molly Knox Ostertag will continue!

And The Awards Are In!

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January has always been an exciting time of year in the book world. Monday of ALA’s annual midwinter conference is dedicated to the Youth Media Awards. In addition to the many well-known honors, such as the Newbery, Caldecott, and Printz Medals, there are many other awards and selection lists that a tireless team of librarians work to compile. The work is exhaustive and exhilarating. Keeping up with the review copies and the non-stop reading is intense.

YALSA Announces 2019 Great Graphic Novels for Teens

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The YALSA Great Graphic Novels for Teens list has a top ten.

‘Sunny’ Series Continues With Third Volume

Sunny Rolls the Dice

A new book is announced to follow Sunny Side Up and Swing It, Sunny.

Third Star Scouts Book Announced

Star Scouts: The Invasion of the Scuttlebots

A new Star Scouts book is coming later this year to finish the series.

Next Maker Comics Cover Fan Activities

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Two new Maker Comics are coming this fall from First Second.

Jen Wang’s Next Book Announced

Stargazing by Jen Wang

News on Jen Wang’s next book after The Prince and the Dressmaker

Next Baby-Sitters Club Goes to the Beach

The Baby-Sitters Club: Boy-Crazy Stacey

The cover has been revealed for the next Baby-Sitters Club graphic novel, coming this fall.

Exclusive: ‘Bolivar’ Returns—with an Appetite!

Bolivar Eats New York

Sean Rubin follows up ‘Bolivar,’ his story of a New York-dwelling dinosaur, with ‘Bolivar Eats New York,’ a graphic-novel love letter to the culinary pleasures of the Big Apple.