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What Are Graphic Novels?
Over the past few decades, the graphic novel has risen from the early stigma of comic books to become recognized and celebrated as an exciting medium for artistic storytelling. Ours is one of countless libraries to offer graphic novels to our patrons. We hope you enjoy our growing collection.
The pages above list some of the titles available at the MCTC library. To see what is currently in our collection, try a kewrord search for "graphic novel" on our online catalog, Voyager.
Stories With Pictures: the Literature of Graphic Novels
Graphic Novels have become a new kind of literature, presenting stories (fiction and nonfiction) to a vast audience of juveniles, teenagers, and adults..
What is a Graphic Novel?
"Graphic Novels can be an important part of both educational and leisure reading for patrons of all ages. Graphic novels are astoundingly popular and can be as simple or complex as any other literature."