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Reading Recommendations: Archived booklists

This guide provides the resources to assist you in locating what to read next. Browse the resources below or check with the Reference Librarian at your Delaware Public Library for Reader's Advisory assistance.

The People's Comics

Using the graphic format to learn more about current events www.schoollibraryjournal.com

6/21

#BlackLivesMatter

Comic books have always been political. They are both a reflection and a barometer of our times. Black Caucus of the American Library Association and the The Graphic Novels and Comics Round Table collaborated on this reading list that draws attention to the Black experiences of the past and present to demand a new future for our Black friends and neighbors

Sports Manga

Here’s a roundup of sports manga covering a wide array of sports, all suitable for newcomers as well as longtime fans. - School Library Journal

4/22

Nonfiction Science Comics

Yes, you can learn something from comics. www.bookriot.com

4/20

From Graphic Novels to the Big and Small Screens

Check out these recent graphic novels that have inspired films and television adaptations. --NoveList

E-books and e-audio are included if available.

5/20

Graphic Novels for Political Conversation

Feminist Nonfiction

Family Secrets & Lies

9/20

Front and Center!