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The Daily Cross Hatch Kids Graphic Novels When we saw a picture of the new children’s graphic novel collection at the Alameda Free Library in Alameda, California in a tweet from Supervising Children’s Librarian (and ICv2 reviewier) Eva Volin, it looked to us like the kind of place where new comic readers were being created on a regular basis. We were intrigued and asked for more information. Here are Volin’s answers, giving some great info on the kids’ graphic novel collection and how it’s developed. How many books and titles are in the kids’ graphic novel collection? Our system counts volumes rather than individual titles, so I can tell you that I have 954 volumes in the children's graphic novel collection at the Main Library. What are a few of your top titles and how many copies do you have? It's when I get questions like this one that I miss being in a bookstore. The Pokemon train is still chugging along with no slowdown in sight. What's most interesting to me are the stealth titles. About what percentage are manga?
Comics Make the Grade and Get the Cover The cover for the May/June issue of The Scholastic Instructor, “the most read, most valued, and most trusted K-8 professional educator magazine,” features the gang from Archie Comics and a comics-friendly message that reading comics is “actually a good thing.” The cover article by Samantha Cleever goes on to point out that “comics and their generally more complex, nuanced cousins graphic novels, are not only regarded as educational tools by savvy teachers, they are also taken seriously as literature and an art form in their own right.”