10 Aug Slice-of-Life Graphic Novels
Posted at 11:00h in Miscellanea
If you like books that you can relate to, or you want to read about a different point of view, then you’ll love these slice-of-life graphic novels. Visit the library to check them out or put them on hold using Evergreen by clicking on any of the titles below.
In Raina Telgemeier’s Drama, theater loving Callie joins a stage crew, and is met with challenges on and off stage. When two twin brothers enter the spotlight, Callie attempts to balance the drama that comes with friendships and hidden feelings.
Jen Wang’s Stargazing follows Christine as she develops an unlikely friendship with her new neighbor Moon. When the girls become closer, Moon shares a secret with Christine that will have a greater impact on their lives than they think.
Measuring Up, by Lily LaMotte, joins Cici in a new country, at a new school, faced with new obstacles. Cici needs money for a plane ticket so her grandmother, A-má, can visit her in America. The only problem is, she has to win a cooking contest first.
In Sunny Side Up by Jennifer L. Holmes, Sunny Lewin finds herself stuck spending the summer with her grandfather in Florida. While Sunny tries to pass the time with a new found friend, she can’t help but think about why her parents sent her away in the first place.
Twins, by Varian Johnson, delves into the lives of identical twins Maureen and Francine Carter. Not only are these twins best friends, they do everything together. But everything changes when Francine decides to become Fran, and starts drifting away from Maureen.