Print Resources


Cornog, Martha and Timothy Perper.  Graphic Novels Beyond the Basics: Insights and Issues for Librarians.  Libraries Unlimited, 2009.


Crawford, Philip.  Graphic Novels 101: Selecting and Using Graphic Novels to Promote Lliteracy for Children and Young Adults - A Resource Guide for School Librarians and Educators.  Hi Willow Publishing,2003.


Goldsmith, Francisca Graphic Novels Now: Building, Managing, and Marketing a Dynamic Collection Chicago: American Library Association, 2005.


Gorman, Michele.  Getting Graphic!: Using Graphic Novels to Promote Literacy with Preteens and Teens Ohio: Linworth, 2003.


Gravett, Paul.  Graphic Novels: Everything You Need to Know.  New York, HarperCollins, 2005.


Lyga, Allyson A.W. with Barry Lyga.  Graphic Novels in Your Media Center: A Definitive Guide.  Westport: Libraries Unlimited, 2004.

McCloud, Scott. Reinventing Comics. New York: HarperCollins, 2000.

McCloud, Scott. Understanding Comics. New York: HarperPerenial, 1993.


Monnin, Katie.  Teaching Graphic Novels: Practical Strategies for the Secondary ELA Classroom.  Gainesville: Maupin House, 2010.


Kan, Kat.  Graphic Novels and Comic Books.  New York: The H.W. Wilson, 2010.

Robbins, Trina. From Girls to Grrlz : A History of Women’s Comics from Teens to Zines. New York: Chronicle Books, 1999.

Robbins, Trina. The Great Women Cartoonists. New York: Watson-Guptill, 2001.

Robbins, Trina. The Great Women Super Heroes. Northampton, Massachusetts: Kitchen Sink , 1996.


Thomas, Lynne M. and Sigrid Ellis.  Chicks Dig Comics.  Mad Norwegian: Illinois, 2012. 


Weiner, Stephen.  The 101 Best Graphic Novels.  NBM, 2005.


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