Graphic Novels

If you want to use graphic novels for kids and teens in the classroom here are the links to a couple of great guides you can download in PDF form:

If you’re looking for great graphic novels for kids and teens here are the links to my graphic novel reviews.

One Year at Ellsmere by Faith Erin Hicks – intermediate/high school

Pea, Bee and Jay series by Brian “Smitty” Smith – primary

Squidding Around by Kevin Sherry – primary

Crabapple Trouble by Kaeti Vandorn – primary

Pacey Packer Unicorn Tracker by J.C. Phillipps – primary/intermediate

The Big Break by Mark Tatulli – primary/intermediate

Sherlock Bones and the Sea Creature Feature by Renée Treml – primary/intermediate

Agent Moose by Mo O’Hara and Jess Bradley – primary/intermediate

Sparks! Double Dog Dare by Ian Boothby and Nina Matsumoto – primary/intermediate

S. Tinker Inc series by James Foley – primary/intermediate

Peter and Ernesto: Sloths in the Night by Graham Annable – primary/intermediate

The Weirn Books: Be Wary of the Silent Woods by Svetlana Chmakova – primary/intermediate

Stephen McCranie’s Space Boy series – primary/intermediate/high school

The Inkberg Enigma by Jonathan King – primary/intermediate

The Sunken Tower by Tait Howard – primary/intermediate/high school

Donut the Destroyer by Sarah Graley and Stef Purenins – primary/intermediate/high school

Doodleville by Chad Sell – primary/intermediate

Stepping Stones by Lucy Knisley – primary/intermediate

Dragon Hoops by Gene Luen Yang – intermediate/high school

Go With the Flow by Lily Williams and Karen Schneemann – intermediate/high school

When Stars Are Scattered by Victoria Jamieson and Omar Mohamed – primary/intermediate/high school

Brobot by James Foley – primary/intermediate