Category Archives: Graphic Novel

Empathy: The Cost of Switching Sides

The University Branch of the Seattle Public Library in partnership with Interagency Academy’s UDYC site has been awarded a fifth grant from the American Library Association’s Great Stories Club! This grant’s theme is “Empathy: The Cost of Switching Sides.” For each book discussion, we’re inviting guests from … Continue reading

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Ms. Marvel!

On Thursday, April 26th, we had our second book club of ALA’s Great Stories Club series, Growing up on the Margins. We read and discussed the first volume of Ms. Marvel by G. Willow Wilson. If you haven’t read it yet, … Continue reading

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March: Book One – Comic Analysis

Local comic book artist Greg Stump, visited with our book club in January to discuss the graphic novel, March: Book One by Congressman John Lewis and Andrew Aydin along with illustrator  Nate Powell. For more information on that book club meeting, … Continue reading

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