graphic novels

Itazura Na Kiss by Kaoru Tada

Itazura Na Kiss

Reviewed by Kiara

Kotoko really likes the brilliant Naoki, but he doesn't like her. Kotoko and her father move in with Naoki's family while their house is being rebuilt. Kotoko tries her best to get Naoki to like her. Does she succeed? Find out in this funny and hilarious story.

Teen book review of - Batman Zero Year

This story describes in detail the batman as he truly is, a man with an unrelenting will! 

Bad Houses--Good Stories!

What happens to all your stuff when you're gone? Well, if you lived in Failin, Oregon, your belongings could end up being sold by Lewis, who works in the estate sale business. He's chafing under the oppression of life in this small town that shrinks more with every day. Then he meets Anne--who's feeling just as hemmed in as he is. Can they free themselves and each other from the weight of their parents' history and secrets? Find out in Bad Houses!

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Top Picks: Graphic Novels

Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong

Every year, the Young Adult Library Services Association, YALSA for short, puts out several lists of the best young adult fiction for the year. One of those lists is the Top Ten Great Graphic Novels for Teens. 2014's list is full of awesomeness, from Gene Yang to Faith Erin Hicks and more! Check out some of the titles from the list below, and click on the titles to request them from the library.

March March: Book 1 by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell

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