Catherine Almendinger
LIS 748.99
6/26/2013
 “The graphic novel is part of a spectrum of sequential art formats
that includes a range of related media such as one-pa...
 Single volumes
 Complete within volume
 Monographic
 Full-length novel
Characteristics of a
graphic novel
Characteris...
Genres
Rating Systems
 All Ages
Youth
 Teen
 Older Teen
Adult Mature
Brenner, Robin E. Understanding
Manga and Anime. Westport,
CN: Libraries Unlimited, 2007.
Suggested reading…
Gravett, Paul...
Building a Collection
Goldsmith, Francisca. Graphic
Novels Now: Building, Managing,
and Marketing a Dynamic Collection.
Ch...
Review sources:
Professional
Graphically Speaking
By Kat Tan for VOYA Booklist
School Library Journal Publisher’s weekly
T...
REVIEW SOURCES:
Online
www.graphicclassroom.org
www.noflyingnotights.com
www.diamondbookshelf.com
Books
Weiner, Stephen. The 101 Best Graphic
Novels. New York: NBM, 2005.
Thompson, Jason. Manga: The Complete Guide.
New Y...
Books
Gorman, Michele, and Jimmy
Gownley. Getting Graphic!:
Comics for Kids.
Columbus, Ohio: Linworth
Pub, 2008.
Rothschil...
Eisner Award
ALA Lists
ALSC:
Core Collection
YALSA:
GREAT GRAPHIC NOVELS
FOR TEENS
http://www.ala.org/alsc/compubs/booklists/grph
cnvls...
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  • Kids, Teens, Early Readers (with age categories)
  • Selection Tools for Graphic Novels

    1. 1. Catherine Almendinger LIS 748.99 6/26/2013
    2. 2.  “The graphic novel is part of a spectrum of sequential art formats that includes a range of related media such as one-panel gag cartoons and serially published comic books.” Francisca Goldmsith  “Graphic novels are stories told in a comics format that express a continuous tale. The art is what brings dimension and flavor to the story, bringing the dialogue to narrative life.” Steve Miller  “… The term [graphic novel] has become distorted with prejudices and preconceptions, riddled with confusion.” Paul Gravett What IS a graphic novel? Well…
    3. 3.  Single volumes  Complete within volume  Monographic  Full-length novel Characteristics of a graphic novel Characteristics of a comic book  Serials  Limitless and episodic Published like periodicals “Short stories” vs .
    4. 4. Genres
    5. 5. Rating Systems  All Ages Youth  Teen  Older Teen Adult Mature
    6. 6. Brenner, Robin E. Understanding Manga and Anime. Westport, CN: Libraries Unlimited, 2007. Suggested reading… Gravett, Paul. Graphic Novels: Everything You Need to Know. New York: Collins Design, 2005.
    7. 7. Building a Collection Goldsmith, Francisca. Graphic Novels Now: Building, Managing, and Marketing a Dynamic Collection. Chicago: American Library Association, 2005. Serchay, David S. The Librarian's Guide to Graphic Novels for Children and Tweens. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2008.
    8. 8. Review sources: Professional Graphically Speaking By Kat Tan for VOYA Booklist School Library Journal Publisher’s weekly The Comic Journal
    9. 9. REVIEW SOURCES: Online www.graphicclassroom.org www.noflyingnotights.com www.diamondbookshelf.com
    10. 10. Books Weiner, Stephen. The 101 Best Graphic Novels. New York: NBM, 2005. Thompson, Jason. Manga: The Complete Guide. New York: Ballantine Books/Del Rey, 2007.
    11. 11. Books Gorman, Michele, and Jimmy Gownley. Getting Graphic!: Comics for Kids. Columbus, Ohio: Linworth Pub, 2008. Rothschild, D. Aviva. Graphic Novels: A Bibliographic Guide to Book-Length Comics. ABC-CLIO, 1995
    12. 12. Eisner Award
    13. 13. ALA Lists ALSC: Core Collection YALSA: GREAT GRAPHIC NOVELS FOR TEENS http://www.ala.org/alsc/compubs/booklists/grph cnvls http://www.ala.org/yalsa/ggnt
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