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In Their Own Words – Banned Books Edition

April 15, 2019
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In Their Own Words – Banned Books Edition

Last week American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom announced their annual list detail the most frequently challenged and banned books based on those reported throughout the previous year. Here’s some of the responses from the creators whose work was named the most frequently challenged or banned. Click here to see the full list.  …

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Drama and This One Summer Named in Top 11 Most Frequently Challenged and Banned

April 8, 2019
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Drama and This One Summer Named in Top 11 Most Frequently Challenged and Banned

The American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom (ALA OIF) released their annual list of most frequently challenged and and banned books of 2018 and both Raina Telgemeier’s Drama, and This One Summer by Jillian and Mariko Tamaki are included in the Top 11. This is Drama’s fourth year as one of the most challenged and…

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Free Teaching Guides from CBLDF Highlight Women in Comics

March 8, 2019
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Free Teaching Guides from CBLDF Highlight Women in Comics

March 8th is International Women’s Day, a day around the globe to celebrate and share the accomplishments of women throughout history and today. In honor of that mission, CBLDF has collected some of our most popular teaching resources that demonstrate the integral role of women in comics, both on and off the page. With these…

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Summer Reading Fun with CBLDF!

July 13, 2018
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Summer Reading Fun with CBLDF!

The initial excitement of summer is over, and while there is still a ways to go, chances are some parents are now hearing the familiar cries of “I’m bored” or stuck in arguments over how much time is spent watching television. Other parents are worried about that summer slip, where good kids get out of…

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Adding LGBTQIA+ Comics to Your Classroom or Library

June 29, 2018
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Adding LGBTQIA+ Comics to Your Classroom or Library

As June comes to a close, we’ve compiled a list of comics that have LGBTQIA+ content and creators for which we have developed resources for educators and librarians. Many of these books are frequently banned or challenged. To get signed copies of some of these works, and so many more comics about LGBTQIA+ characters and from LGBTQIA+…

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Celebrate Pride Month With GNs Signed by Alison Bechdel, Tillie Walden, Sina Grace, & Many More!

June 14, 2018
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Celebrate Pride Month With GNs Signed by Alison Bechdel, Tillie Walden, Sina Grace, & Many More!

Celebrate Pride with CBLDF! Donate to CBLDF today and grab one of these wonderful signed graphic novels that support our crucial work fighting the myriad bans and challenges on LGBTQ+ comics, including our ongoing defense of Fun Home in a New Jersey high school. Your support helps us ensure that these important stories and perspectives are available to readers in schools and libraries…

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GNs Signed by Emil Ferris, Mariko Tamaki, Phoebe Gloeckner, & More Benefit CBLDF!

February 1, 2018
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GNs Signed by Emil Ferris, Mariko Tamaki, Phoebe Gloeckner, & More Benefit CBLDF!

This week CBLDF is proud to feature works by some of today’s most influential graphic novelists! We’re offering donors the chance to grab a signed copy of these unique and compelling graphic novels, including 2017′s book of the year My Favorite Thing is Monsters GN, signed by Emil Ferris; Diary of a Teenage Girl GN, the influential graphic novel that inspired a generation…

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Celebrate Young Adult GNs and Support CBLDF with Signed Lumberjanes, Drama, & Many More!

June 22, 2017
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Celebrate Young Adult GNs and Support CBLDF with Signed  Lumberjanes, Drama, & Many More!

This week CBLDF has some great young adult graphic novels to get your summer reading started right! Donate today to grab a copy of  Lumberjanes, signed by Noelle Stevenson; Drama, signed by Raina Telgemeier; Kevin Keller, signed by Dan Parent, and many more! Keep reading or follow the links provided for more information.           …

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Librarians Brainstorm Solutions to Build and Defend Graphic Novel Collections

May 16, 2017
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Librarians Brainstorm Solutions to Build and Defend Graphic Novel Collections

Now more than ever before, comics are an indispensable component of many public libraries’ collections. A decade or two ago they might have been treated as ephemera, but today they are often curated with the same level of care as other formats. As a recent article from Publishers Weekly showed, this boom is mutually beneficial…

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Tamakis React to Top Spot on Frequently Challenged Books List

April 20, 2017
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Tamakis React to Top Spot on Frequently Challenged Books List

With Jillian and Mariko Tamaki’s graphic novel This One Summer topping the American Library Association’s most recent list of frequently challenged books, the cousins are speaking out on the “honor” and their thoughts on young people’s freedom to read. This One Summer is both the first graphic novel and the first Canadian work to take…

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