After his parents send him to a prestigious private school known for its academics, Jordan Banks finds himself torn between two worlds.
New Graphic Novels for Kids
Zita the Spacegirl is wrongfully imprisoned on a penitentiary planet from where she must escape to halt an evil warden's plans for interstellar domination.
Hilo. Then Everything Went Wrong Book 5, Then everything went wrong / by Judd Winick ; color by Steve Hamaker.
"As D.J., Gina, Hilo and Izzy go on another adventure together, Hilo gets even closer to answering the questions of his past. But the shocking answers he gets are not the ones he expected or wanted"-- Provided by publisher.
A collection of three stories featuring Narwhal and Jelly, including one in which they meet Otty, a super-adventurous otter, who causes Jelly to worry that she will take his place as Narwhal's best friend.
Bird and Squirrel have a new friend, Sakari, and also a new enemy, the Great Whale, who wants Bird as his next meal.
Martin Luther King, Jr. : voice for equality! / by James Buckley Jr. ; illustrated by Youneek Studios ; lettering & design by Comicraft ; cover art by Ian Churchill.
"A graphic biography of civil rights leader and American icon Martin Luther King Jr. This graphical biography tells the story of the most prominent leader of the American civil rights movement. With full-color illustrations and a historically accurate narrative, Martin Luther King Jr.: Voice for Equality! will inform and entertain readers of all ages. From his childhood in Atlanta to his rise as an international icon of human rights and a fiery orator who refused to back down in the face of adversity, King's life story serves as an ongoing source of inspiration"-- Provided by publisher.
The girl who married a skull, and other African stories : a cautionary fables & fairytales book / [editors, Kate Ashwin, Kel McDonald, and Charlie Spike Trotman].
"An anthology of African folktales playfully interpreted by modern cartoonists."-- Provided by publisher.
A graphic biography of America's sixteenth president blends true facts with humorous illustrations to bring American history to life.
A graphic biography of America's first president blends true facts with humorous illustrations to bring American history to life.
A graphic novel adaptation of the classic tale in which Meg Murry and her friends become involved with unearthly strangers and a search for Meg's father, who has disappeared while engaged in secret work for the government.
After living in fear of the wolf with crazy eyes and fangs like ice picks, a forest community is stunned when he shows up looking calm and wearing striped underpants, leaving them wondering why they were so afraid of him.
Robin the first and Teen Titans go ... fish! / by Amy Wolfram and Sholly Fisch ; illustrated by Jorge Corona and Chris Gugliotti.
In the first of two graphic novels, Robin devises an obstacle course that favors his skills because he keeps coming in second in the Titans' daily activities; in the second story the super teens are engaged in a tense game of Go Fish, only to be interrupted when the Hive-Five invade the Tower.
Party, party and Silicon Valley Cyborg / by Amy Wolfram and Ricardo Sanchez ; illustrated by Jorge Corona and Ben Bates.
In the first of two graphic novels, the Teen Titans attempt to throw a party without a theme, but the guest list stinks (literally); in the second story Cyborg is named CEO of the startup "ChirpFolio," and immediately hires all his friends--but by the time the money runs out they still have not figured out what exactly the company is supposed to do.
Follows the adventures of Ozy and Millie, two very different fox best friends from Seattle, as they navigate home and school life.
Sprout the Korgi goes through a transformation after a powerful potion goes wrong on his latest adventure.
Junior high drama : a graphic novel / written by Louise Simonson, Jessica Gunderson, & Jane B. Mason ; illustrated by Sumin Cho.
Four graphic novels tell the tale of middle school life, from Lucia trying to avoid a boy/girl party to Kamilla overcoming her shyness to try out for the school play.
Gathers stories in graphic novel format featuring characters from "Aladdin," "Beauty and the Beast," "Brave," "The Little Mermaid," "Mulan," "Pocahontas," "The Princess and the Frog," "Sleeping Beauty," "Snow White," and "Tangled."
Disney princess comic strips collection / written by Amy Mebberson, Geoffrey Golden, Patrick Storck, Georgia Ball, Pat Shand ; Rainy day story by Caleb Goellner ; illustrated by Amy Mebberson.
Collects comic strips featuring such Disney princesses as Belle, Tiana, Rapunzel, and Jasmine.
Midsummer nightmare / Midsummer Nightmare script by Megan Brennan ; art by Jenna Ayoub ; colors by Lesley Atlansky ; letters by Mike Fiorentino.
"Roping in Gumball to audition with him, Darwin accidentally helps unleash a curse on the school after speaking the name of the play that gave a student a mortal case of stagefright."--Back cover.
Kid Beowulf : the rise of El Cid / story & art by Alexis E. Fajardo ; color by Jose Mari Flores ; prologue color by Brian Kolm.
Lost in war-torn Spain, twin brothers Beowulf and Grendel encounter a young knight named Rodrigo, who fights to retain the honor of his name.
Prank'd! and Don't look / by Shelly Fisch and Amy Wolfram ; illustrated by Jorge Corona and Lea Hernandez.
In this collection of two graphic novels, the Teen Titans kill the boredom between missions by playing pranks, but when Beast Boy pranks Batman, things do not go well; in the second story a mysterious package arrives for Raven, and the others drive themselves crazy wondering what it contains.
When their cave becomes overcrowded with humans, Neanderthal siblings Lucy and Andy start pulling pranks to make some room.
After the humans leave their cave, Lucy and Andy decide to start an explorer's club with their new friends.
Lucy and her goofball brother, Andy, two Neanderthal siblings living 40,000 years ago, take on a wandering baby sibling, bossy teens, cave paintings, and a mammoth hunt before encountering a strange group of humans.
Kid Beowulf : the song of Roland / story and art by Alexis E. Fajardo ; color by Jose Mari Flores ; prologue color by Brian Kolm.
Banished from their homeland, twin brothers Beowulf and Grendel seek refuge with their Uncle Holger, but find France in turmoil and the nation's hero Roland, lacking motivation.