You’ll want to spring for these Graphic Novels (Plus, a giveaway!)

The time has come to introduce you to the final installment of Scholastic’s Spring 2017 Online Preview. If you enjoyed learning more about our upcoming Picture Books, Middle Grade and Young Adult titles, you won’t want to miss our Graphic Novels!

Graphic novels are taking the world by storm. The highly visual format introduces readers to complex narratives and rich storytelling in a way that’s easy to digest and can help inspire kids to become lifelong readers.

As one of the top graphic novel publisher for children, Scholastic continually strives to deliver the most engaging graphic novels for young readers. In addition, we’ve created a guide to using graphic novels in the classroom! We’re thrilled to introduce four new graphic novels, including one from Phillip Pullman, worldwide bestselling author of the His Dark Materials trilogy, in his graphic novel debut!

And remember, if you’re interested in winning these books, this is the last week to enter our giveaway! See below for more.

You can see all of the videos featured in the Online Preview here. Or, check out the individual videos for graphic novels:

GIVEAWAY! We are giving 10 readers the chance to win a selection of 5 Advanced Copies of the books featured throughout the Preview. To enter here, leave a comment below telling us which book here you are most interested in reading. One entry per person. All entries must be submitted by 5pm ET on Friday, December 2, 2016. U.S. residents, 18 and over, please. See the complete legal rules here

- C. M. Reedy, Library & Educational Marketing

 

Comments

NewsPrints sounds so good. The female protagonist sounds interesting and the plot fun.

I really think Newsprints looks good. I love the art and it just looks like something I'd enjoy reading.

Everyone is saying Newsprints, so I will as well (because I agree)- although Toby Goes Bananas looks ridiculously silly (you might even say it looks bananas!)

I'm definetly looking forward to all of them, but especially The Adventures of John Blake. Pullman's work is golden!

I think Toby Goes Bananas will be interesting. I look forward to reading it and remember fondly making newspaper hats like the one Toby is wearing on the cover.

I am most interested in reading, Toby Goes Bananas.

The Newsprints images look amazing! Can't wait to see it!

My reluctant-reader boys will love Evil Emporer Penguin.

Newsprints looks like a great book to read.

I'm looking forward to NewsPrints by Ru Xu! The story sounds very interesting, and the art looks appealing. :)

NEWSPRINTS really appeals to me!

I'm interested in the Pullman and really all of them because my kids just can't get enough GNs and always reread them a LOT, but I'm most interested in Newsprints. Looks intriguing!

NewsPrints looks outstanding and is the one that my 9 year old would most enjoy!

Hi, both books look awesome! My 7 year old daughter thought Toby goes Bananas looked funny!

I'd love to read Evil Emperor Penguins!

Looking forward to reading NewsPrints! #onlinepreview

I think Toby goes Bananas will be a awesome read !!

News prints by Ru Xu. It looks so cute and entertaining. I like the cover.

I think my reluctant readers would enjoy them all, but will really love Toby Goes Bananas!

EVIL EMPEROR PENGUINS looks like so much fun!! I already know quite a few readers who would love this one!!

Tough to pick one! Newsprints, if I have to choose.

Evil Emperor Penguins looks like it would be a hit with my students.

I would love to read the Evil Emperor Penguin to my class, I think the boys would love it and it might inspire some students to want to read it!

TOBY GOES BANANAS LOOKS LIKE A GREAT ONE FOR MY KIDDOS!

NewsPrints by Ru Xu

If I am not mistaken Japanese graphic novels already conquered the world but to my mind they are to contain more text to evoke interest to reading in our youth.

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