Graphic novels at the library

Graphic novels and comic books are a great resource for reluctant readers, as well as those with learning disabilities such as dyslexia. Graphic novels encourage visual literacy. They help readers to discern emotions from illustrations, and piece together narratives from images. Some graphic novels employ almost no text, these especially rely upon the reader’s imagination to piece together a narrative sequence or thematic structure.

Next time you’re at the library, ask about our graphic novels for children, teens and adults. Feel free to come prepared by perusing our online catalog.

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