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Review: Star Wars: Leia, Princess of Alderaan

Cover of Leia, Princess of Alderaan

Claudia Gray’s YA Star Wars novel Leia, Princess of Alderaan receives a manga adaptation thanks to manga-ka Haruichi and Yen Press, giving fans yet another option for high-quality comics adventures starring their favorite characters.

Review: The Magic Fish

Trung Le Nguyen invites readers to experience delicately-rendered, elegantly retold fairytales with his protagonists in his debut graphic novel, The Magic Fish.

Review: ‘Becoming Brianna’

In Becoming Brianna, Terri Libenson continues her popular middle-grade series with a story that focuses on Brianna’s anxiety about her bat mitzvah.

Graphic Novels to Watch Out For in 2021

Here’s a glimpse of what next year will look like with cover reveals of three upcoming middle-grade graphic novels.

You’re Not Alone in Feeling Alone

“Honestly, I think learning loss is the least of our worries. It’s essential to give them space to talk about how they are feeling. If things are falling apart, we have to take care of them rather than push on with a lesson.” —”In This Together: School Librarians Help Address Learning Loss, Upheaval,” SLJ It’s […]

News: Next ‘Maker Comics’ Title Announced

The latest addition to First Second’s Maker Comics line will provide tips on how to survive in the wilderness.

Review: ‘Act’

Olive’s story shows how young readers can make a difference on issues that matter to them.

Review: ‘The Black Mage’

Today, Johanna reviews ‘The Black Mage,’ a story about the first Black student at a magical academy.

Review: ‘Quick and Easy Guides’ From Limerence Press

Today Johanna looks at three sex education comics that take an inclusive approach and are appropriate for older teens and adults.

Review: ‘The Lost Carnival’

Before he became Batman’s Boy Wonder, Dick Grayson was a circus acrobat having adventures of his own in Michael Moreci and Sas Milledge’s ‘The Lost Carnival.’