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Graphica with Diverse Representations of Characters
2015 List from School Library Journal's Teen Librarian Toolbox
This article encourages librarians and teachers to celebrate Eisner Week by promoting graphic novels that feature authors and characters with varied "backgrounds, identities and abilities."
Melanie Hughes' LibGuide
A Librarian at Indiana University Southeast has already put together a fabulous LibGuide about Diversity in Graphic Novels and Comics!
Top Graphic Novels Starring Mighty Girls
From the website- " Mighty Girl's new collection of over 100 graphic novels is one of the largest ever compiled of empowering graphic novels starring girls and women. To learn more about graphic novels as a literary form and for an introduction to several of the novels featured in our collection, please refer to our blog post on Clever Mice and Resilient Chicas: What Mighty Girls Can Learn From Graphic Novels."
16 Great Diversity Graphic Novels for Kids and Teens
(From Website) "There are... multicultural, diversity and inclusive graphic novels that bring kids into different perspectives like what it’s like to have hearing loss or go through a civil war. Graphic novels also let us experience new worlds, both present, past and future. And it’s the illustrations that tell part of the story with a low word count. It’s actually this inferencing … getting the story from both the words and the pictures that make graphic novels a valuable reading comprehension tool for learning."
Stories Beyond Black and While: 25 Graphic Novels for Black History Month
(From Library Journal) 25 titles spanning from "All Ages/Tweens to Adults."
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