Graphic Novels

American Born Chinese

By: Gene Luen Yang

Told in three separate tales, American Born Chinese is a story about the main character's struggle to realize his true identity.

Anya’s Ghost

By: Vera Brosgol

Ignored at school, embarrassed at home, Anya could just use a new friend. And she finds one, at the bottom of a well – and it could be just what she needs. Until it isn't.


By: Craig Thompson

This coming of age biography by Craig Thompson follows his story through a childhood spent with an Evangelical Christian family and his journeys through adulthood.


By: Raina Telgemeier

Callie loves theater; she loves everything about it – the set, the costumes, the two cute brothers who just started. How will this seventh grader navigate the onstage and offstage drama, all while creating a Broadway-worthy set on a not so Broadway-worthy budget?

Gotham Academy

By: Becky Cloonan

Gotham Academy is Gotham City's most illustrious prep school – and it has everything: spooky campus, students who aren't what they seem, underground tunnels, and weirdo Bruce Wayne, who keeps hanging around. What's his deal?

Honor Girl

By: Maggie Thrash

Maggie has spent basically every summer at Camp Bellflower, doing absolutely nothing and loving it – but one summer everything changes when she finds love with an older, wiser, female counselor, Erin. Honor Girl takes place over two summers, as we follow Maggie in her quest to understand life, the world, and herself.

In Real Life

By: Cory Doctorow

Anda loves to play her online multi-player RPG, because it's an escape from her real life: there she can be anything. But things get a bit more complicated as she begins to make friends within the game.


By: Noelle Stevenson

It's summer and you know what that means? Scout camp – or, more specifically, Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types, full of strange creatures, supernatural events, life-long bonds created with friends, and badges!


By: John Lewis

This award winning graphic novel series is the real-life story of Representative John Lewis' experience during the fight for civil rights in the 1950s.


By: Noelle Stevenson

Nimona follows the adventures of Nimona as she works as the sidekick to the evil Lord Ballister Blackheart – all to overthrow the Institute of Law Enforcement and Heroics and the disgustingly good Sir Ambrosious Goldenloin.

Paper Girls

By: Brian K. Vaughan

If you like "Stranger Things", then you will love Paper Girls. Follow along with a group of four paper delivery girls as they try to deliver papers, while jumping through time and different dimensions, and trying to save the world.


By: Pamela Ribon

Set in the fast-paced, hard-hitting world of roller derby, SLAM! follows the adventures of two friends trying to maintain their friendship, with victory on the line.

This One Summer

By: Mariko Tamaki

Every summer, Rose and her family go to their lake house, their refuge away from the stress of everyday life. But one summer, that stress follows them and, in seeking a distraction from it, Rose finds a whole new set of problems.

Through the Woods

By: Emily Carroll

For fans of the Grimm Tales and Neil Gaiman, Through the Woods is a set of five chilling, spine-tingling tales that focus on the woods and the dangerous things that live in them.

Wires and Nerve

By: Marissa Meyer

This very first graphic novel offering by Marissa Meyer is a spinoff series of her Lunar Chronicles series and follows the adventures of Cinder and crew in the aftermath of war. How long will the peace between Luna and Earth last?