Blogs: Graphic Novels

  • Prepare Fer Talk Like a Pirate Day, Ye Scallywags!cover of pirates! band of misfits

    Avast ye mateys! Comin' up be one 'o th' most important holidays 'o all, National Talk Like A Pirate Day! Here be some 'o th' best ways t' learn how t' be a pirate 'n celebrate on Monday, Septembaaahhr 19th! Movies Feast ye eyes on these splendid movin' pictures. We give 'em one rusted hook 'n a thumb up!
    Posted by: Jessica Novak on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 - 3:40 PM | Comments: 2
  • Stranger Reads for Fans of Stranger ThingsStranger Reads

    What can you do until Season 2? If you are like me, and have quickly devoured the first season of Netflix hit show, Stranger Things, then you need something to tide you over until we find out if there will be a Season 2 in our near future and if there will be justice for Barb. But not to worry, the library is here with lots of goodies to keep you entertained while we eagerly await the news!
    Posted by: Nari Ferderer on Wednesday, August 24, 2016 - 9:00 AM | Comments: 1
  • Heroes & Villains Fan Fest-For Fans, By FansHeroes & Villians Fan Fest

    Calling all fangirls and fanboys! San Jose once again has the pleasure of hosting Heroes & Villains Fan Fest this year. Join me as I immerse myself in everything and anything nerdy this weekend: August 27th & August 28th.
    Posted by: Enna Penglin on Monday, August 22, 2016 - 9:55 PM | Comments: 0
  • 5 Graphic Novel Biographies & Memoirs for the Adult Summer Reading ChallengePersepolis

      Adult Summer Reading Challenge members! Are you stuck on the "Read a Graphic Novel" activity in your reading log? If you haven't read comics or graphic novels before, this may seem a bit daunting or like something you couldn't imagine being relevant to you.
    Posted by: Megan Hicks on Monday, July 11, 2016 - 9:30 AM | Comments: 2
  • Graphic Novels for Kids: 5 Summer Reading Challenge Picks!Fraggles

    Graphic novels are a great way to get reluctant readers to pick up books. Finding graphic novels appropriate for kids can sometimes be challenging, however. This blog series is designed to help kids, parents, and caregivers find a variety of titles perfect for children in elementary and middle school.
    Posted by: Megan Hicks on Friday, May 27, 2016 - 9:00 AM | Comments: 0