Tag: library resources

Adding Speak to your Library or Classroom

More than twenty years ago, Laurie Halse Anderson exploded on to the literary scene with her YA book Speak, an award-winning tale the New York Times said, “opened the door for more novels exploring the deeply felt and deeply personal…

Get Free Digital Comics Through Your Library Now

There’s a misconception that reading free ebooks or digital comics requires piracy or outdated public domain content — but all it requires is a library card. You can read Watchmen, Guts, Ms. Marvel, Sandman, and many more using digital resources many…

Announcing the League of Graphic Novel Educators

We live in extraordinary times and it takes extraordinary educators to lead the way! Love teaching?  Join us!   Love graphic novels? You are not alone. New to graphic novels but curious? We want you! Wanting to use a specific novel…

SDCC18: CBLDF Programming Guide!

CBLDF Programming Guide Mark your calendars so you don’t miss a single minute of fun with Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. We have brand new educational panels this year to talk about comics in libraries, the history of social justice…

Comics Creators Talk About Successful Library Events

This One Summer

For librarians and teachers, comic books and graphic novels are no longer the dangerous fare that corrupted children’s minds and led to juvenile delinquency as a misguided psychologist, a Senate subcommittee, and the Comics Code would have had have us…