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Trung Le Nguyen
Trung Le Nguyen, also known as Trungles, is a comic book artist and illustrator working out of Minnesota. He received his BA from Hamline University in 2012, majoring in Studio Art with a concentration in oil painting and minoring in Art History. He has contributed work for Oni Press, BOOM! Studios, Limerence Press, and Image Comics. He is particularly fond of fairy tales, kids' cartoons, and rom-coms of all stripes. The Magic Fish is his debut graphic novel.
Banned Books Week this year is coming up on September 18 – September 24! Graphic novels are not immune to challenges and censorship, with graphic illustrated works frequently finding themselves banned from classrooms and libraries for alleged violence, “pornographic” illustrations, and other “adult” themes. Books banned most frequently include those dealing with sexuality and gender,
Join in on the celebrations for Pride Month, whether you’re celebrating your own wonderful self, friends, family, or honoring this amazing community as a whole! We have some great graphic novels, comics, and manga across genres for readers of all ages. From romance to horror to sci-fi to action/adventure, there’s a Pride Month selection on
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage month! This year, celebrate the wide-ranging diversity of AAPI heritage with a graphic novel. From memoirs to superheroes to coming-of-age tales and more, let this list be your jumping off point for exploring Asian American creators and stories this month and beyond.
Written for readers 12-18, YA is one of the most creative categories in literature, blending the fantasy elements of children’s stories with the emerging adult themes of the life of a teenager. In graphic novels, there’s a wide range of YA titles available, ranging from non-fiction guides to bodies and relationships to real-world coming-of-age stories
The ALA Graphic Novels & Comics Round Table has shared the 2021 Best Graphic Novels for Children Reading List, and we’re thrilled to see several PRH titles on the list! As stated by the GNCRT: This reading list highlights the best graphic novels for children aged 5 – 12 years old, published in late 2020
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