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Graphic Novels (78 series)

Notes from a Sickbed

In 2009, Tessa Brunton experienced the first symptoms of myalgic encephalomyelitis (also known as chronic fatigue syndrome). She spent much of the next eight years unwell, in a medical holding pattern, housebound and often alone. In 2017, she found a strategy that helped reduce her symptoms, and soon began creating the first instalments of a graphic memoir. Notes from a Sickbed collects previously released and brand-new, unseen comics that recall her experiences with honesty, a pointed wit, and

Paranormal Mysteries (Black Sheep)

Strange happenings splash across newspaper headlines with no earthly explanation and leave us wondering: is it just a coincidence, or is it really something not of this world? These graphic narratives delve into paranormal stories that have captured the attention of nations and left believers and skeptics at odds. With historical quotes, timelines, and theories on possible causes, this high-interest series lets reluctant readers explore the mysteries and reach their own conclusions of what reall

Pirate Tales (Black Sheep)

Ahoy there! Are you ready for an adventure on the high seas? The titles in this graphic nonfiction series plunge reluctant readers into stories of daring sword fights, ruthless captains, and piles of plunder. Colourful, detailed illustrations and engaging dialogue bring each biographical tale to life, while actual quotes keep them historically grounded.

Q & Ray

Meet Q and Ray—elementary school super sleuths. Q is a hedgehog. Ray is a rat. They may be small, but in a town full of animals, they're the top crime solvers! This graphic novel series for young readers is full of laughs, mysteries, and cases based on high-interest topics including art, outer space, and more.

Rescued! Animal Escapes (Bear Claw Books)

When disasters strike, people aren't the only ones in danger. Tornadoes, hurricanes, fires, and more also threaten the lives of animals. In this graphic narrative nonfiction series, readers meet heroes who risk their lives to save animals--from cats and dogs to pelicans and pigs! As readers relive the dramatic events surrounding famous disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, they will witness the courageous rescue attempts that saved the lives of thousands of inn

Ruptured Sky, The: War of 1812  

The Ruptured Sky tells the story of First Nations involvement in the War of 1812. Without their First Nations allies, British troops and Canadian militia would not have won key battles and the U.S.–Canada border might not exist. Canada might not have become an independent nation. First Nations peoples remained conflicted about whom to support since longstanding allegiances existed with both the British and Americans. This became a divisive issue. Individuals such as Tecumseh, John Norton, Joseph

Saving Animals from the Brink (Bear Claw Books)

In these true tales of wildlife survival, readers discover how some of America's most beautiful and fascinating animals came face-to-face with the threat of extinction. Yet through the heroic efforts of people who stepped in, these endangered animals not only came back from the brink, but also began to thrive once again.

Seekers of the Aweto

In this poetic adventure across medieval China, roguish bands of ""seekers"" chase a plant like treasure that may lead to fortune and even eternal life. Acclaimed artist and storyteller Nie Jun (My Beijing: Four Stories of Everyday Wonder) presents an environmental fantasy rich with mystery, betrayal, and an adorable baby deity.

Shakespeare Illustrated Classics (Graphic Planet)

She wears her heart on her sleeve. Parting is such sweet sorrow. Something wicked this way comes! We're all familiar with these sayings. But where did they come from? Introduce young readers to the treasures of William Shakespeare with Shakespeare Illustrated Classics. Each title tells the tale of a popular play and is sure to inspire further Shakespearian study!

Sincerely, Harriet

Harriet Flores struggles with boredom, an unrequited crush, and a multiple sclerosis diagnosis through a long, hot, 1990s summer in Chicago. She uses her imagination to cope, which sometimes gets her into trouble, as she makes up fantastical fibs and wonders if there are ghosts upstairs. One neighbour, Pearl, encourages Harriet to read and write, leading Harriet to have a breakthrough and discover the power of storytelling.