Interview with Julio Anta & Yasmín Flores Montañez, Creative Team of Sí, Se Puede

Meet the unsung Latino rebels, artists, and activists who changed the United States—from Dolores Huerta to Desi Arnaz to Lin Manuel Miranda—in this bold and entertaining graphic history. Writer Julio Anta and artist Yasmín Flores Montañez talk collaboration, the importance of Latin American history, and more in this interview about their upcoming graphic novel Sí,

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Interview with Stephanie Rodriguez, Creator of Doodles from the Boogie Down

A young Dominican girl navigates middle school, her strict mother, shifting friendships, and her dream of being an artist in this coming-of-age graphic novel inspired by the author’s tween years.   Writer and artist Stephanie Rodriguez talks Latine representation, The Bronx, and more in this interview about her debut graphic novel Doodles from the Boogie

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Interview with Victoria Grace Elliott, Creator of Yummy: A History of Desserts

Cake is delicious and comics are awesome: this exciting non-fiction graphic novel for kids combines both! Explore the history of desserts through a fun adventure with facts, legends, and recipes for readers to try at home in Yummy: A History of Desserts. Writer and artist Victoria Grace Elliott gives us the (ice cream) scoop on

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