Great Graphic Novels for Teens

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Great Graphic Novels for Teens


Nonfiction

Canada, Geoffrey and Jamar Nicholas. Fist Stick Knife Gun: A Personal History of Violence. Beacon Press, 2010.

Dembicki, Matt (ed.), and Various Artists. Trickster: Native American Tales: A Graphic Collection. Fulcrum Books, 2010.

Hinds, Gareth. The Odyssey. Candlewick Press, 2010.

Mucci, Tim and Ben Caldwell. The Odyssey. Sterling, 2010.

* Neri, G. and Randy Duburke. Yummy: The Last Days of a Southside Shorty. Lee & Low Books, 2010.

O'Connor, George. Zeus: King of the Gods. First Second, 2010.

* Telgemeier, Raina. Smile. Graphix, 2010.

Fiction

Adachi, Mitsuru. Cross Game V. 1. VIZ Media, 2010.

Ando, Natsumi. Arisa V.1. Del Rey Manga, 2010.

Arikawa, Hiro and Kiiro Yumi. Library Wars V. 1: Love & War. VIZ Media, 2010.

* Aristophane. The Zabime Sisters. Trans. by Matt Madden. First Second, 2010.

Arnold, J.D. and Richard Koslowski. B.B. Wolf and the Three LPs. Top Shelf, 2010.

Carey, Mike and Peter Gross. The Unwritten: Tommy Taylor and the Bogus Identity. DC/Vertigo, 2010.

Churchland, Marian. Beast. Image Comics, 2009.

* Dayton, Brandon. Green Monk. Self-published, 2009.

DeFilippis, Nunzio and Christina Weir. Destiny's Hand Omnibus. Seven Seas, 2009.

Deutsch, Barry. Hereville: How Mirka Got Her Sword. Amulet Books, 2010.

Dorkin, Evan and Jill Thompson. Beasts of Burden: Animal Rites. Dark Horse, 2010.

Doyle, Arthur Conan, Ian Edginton, et al. A Study in Scarlet: A Sherlock Holmes Graphic Novel. Sterling, 2010.

Dunning, John Harris and Nikhil Singh. Salem Brownstone. Candlewick Press, 2010.

Fawkes, Ray. Possessions, Book One: Unclean Getaway. Oni Press, 2010.

Groenig, Matt and Bill Morrison (ed.). The Simpsons/Futuroma Crossover Crisis. Abrams ComicArts, 2010.

Hale, Shannon, et al. Calamity Jack. Bloomsbury USA Children's Books, 2010.

Hester, Phil and Brian Churilla. The Anchor V. 1: Five Furies. Boom! Studios, 2010.

Higson, Charlie and Kev Walker. Silver Fin: The Graphic Novel. Hyperion Books for Children, 2010.

Isaka, Kotara and Megumi Osuga. Maoh: Juvenile Remix V. 1. VIZ Media, 2010.

* Iwaoka, Hisae. Saturn Apartments V. 1. VIZ Media, 2010.

Jablonski, Carla and Leland Purvis. Resistance: Book 1. First Second, 2010.

Kelly, Joe and Max Fiumara. Four Eyes V. 1. Image Comics, 2010.

* Kim, Susan, et al. Brain Camp. First Second, 2010. $

Kitoh, Mohiro. Bokurano: Ours, V. 1. VIZ Media, 2010.

Larson, Hope. Mercury. Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2010. …

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