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Knowledge Quest


Volume 41, No. 3 - Getting to Know Graphic Novels


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This issue explores how graphic novels encourage reading for pleasure and are a great way to entice reluctant readers, special needs students, and ESL learners to become interested in books. This format can be used across the curriculum and can be a tool for improving the use of language, developing critical thinking skills, and promoting creativity. This issue was guest edited by Karen Gavigan.

Guest Editor(s):

  • Karen Gavigan, Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina

AASL President(s):

  • Susan D. Ballard, Project Director, School Librarian Program Development, Granite State College/USNH

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