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Review: ‘Class Act’

In Class Act, his followup to New Kid, Jerry Craft continues his story of two Black students at an elite, mostly white, academy.

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.

New Comics: Ninja Cats and Double Dogs

Check out this week’s new comics, manga, and graphic novel releases featuring titles from Andrews McMeel and Graphix.

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 […]

Review: ‘The Witches: The Graphic Novel’

Cartoonist Pénélope Bagieu tackles one of Roald Dahl’s more challenging-to-adapt books, making some significant changes in the process.

New Comics: Secrets of the Cellar Dwellers

Check out this week’s list of new comics, manga and graphic novels featuring titles from First Second and IDW Publishing.

Oni-Lion Forge Spring 2021 Youth Lineup

Oni-Lion Forge is unveiling its Spring 2021 lineup of middle-grade and YA graphic novels right here—with previews of each one.

Exclusive Preview: ‘Plants vs. Zombies: Multi-Ball-Istic’

Start the week right—laughing—with our exclusive preview of ‘Plants vs. Zombies: Multi-Ball-Istic.’

Exclusive: New Preview of ‘Jo & Rus’

A middle schooler who is constantly bullied and a high schooler who’s in a rock band form an unlikely friendship in ‘Jo & Rus.’

Review: ‘The Nutcracker and The Mouse King’

Forget Tchaikovsky; cartoonist Natalie Andrewson adapts E.T.A. Hoffman’s original children’s story, the one that inspired the holiday classic, and with dancing linework and cartoon visual vocabulary, she transforms it into a diverting comedy of a fairy tale.