Dare to Disappoint: Growing Up in Turkey

04 June 2020 | By Ozge Samanci | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

Growing up on the Aegean Coast, Ozge loved the sea and imagined a life of adventure while her parents and society demanded predictability Her dad expected Ozge, like her sister, to become an engineer She tried to hear her own voice over his and the religious and militaristic tensions of Turkey and

Rolling Blackouts: Dispatches from Turkey, Syria, and Iraq

04 June 2020 | By Sarah Glidden | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

An intricate investigation of how the reality of conflict gets filtered through personal, political, and journalistic narrativeThis work quiet but challenging, plain yet beautiful exemplifies Glidden s skillful, sensitive reportage Library Journal Starred Review n nCartoonist Sarah Glidden acc

Rosalie Lightning: A Graphic Memoir

04 June 2020 | By Tom Hart | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

Rosalie Lightning is Eisner nominated cartoonist Tom Hart s 1 New York Times bestselling touching and beautiful graphic memoir about the untimely death of his young daughter, Rosalie His heart breaking and emotional illustrations strike readers to the core, and take them along his family s journey

Syllabus: Notes from an Accidental Professor

04 June 2020 | By Lynda Barry | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

The award winning author Lynda Barry is the creative force behind the genre defying and bestselling work What It Is She believes that anyone can be a writer and has set out to prove it For the past decade, Barry has run a highly popular writing workshop for nonwriters called Writing the Unthinkabl

The Dumbest Idea Ever!

04 June 2020 | By Jimmy Gownley | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

What if the dumbest idea ever turned your life upside down At thirteen, Jimmy was popular, at the top of his class, and the leading scorer on his basketball team But all that changed when chicken pox forced him to miss the championship game Things went from bad to worse when he got pneumonia and m

Good Riddance: An Illustrated Memoir of Divorce

04 June 2020 | By Cynthia Copeland | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

When you think you live in a Norman Rockwell painting married 18 years, three kids, beautiful old house in the country, successful career as a writer you don t expect there s another side to the canvas Until you read a lovesick e mail to your husband that didn t come from you Good Riddance is

Not the Israel My Parents Promised Me

04 June 2020 | By Harvey Pekar | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

Harvey Pekar s mother was a Zionist by way of politics His father was a Zionist by way of faith Whether Harvey was going to daily Hebrew classes or attending Zionist picnics, he grew up a staunch supporter of the Jewish state But soon he found himself questioning the very beliefs and ideals of hi

How to Fake a Moon Landing: Exposing the Myths of Science Denial

04 June 2020 | By Darryl Cunningham | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

Is hydro fracking safe Is climate change real Did the moon landing actually happen How about evolution fact or fiction Author illustrator Darryl Cunningham looks at these and other hot button science topics and presents a fact based, visual assessment of current thinking and research on eight d

Above the Dreamless Dead: World War I in Poetry and Comics

04 June 2020 | By Chris Duffy | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

As the Great War dragged on and its catastrophic death toll mounted, a new artistic movement found its feet in the United Kingdom The Trench Poets, as they came to be called, were soldier poets dispatching their verse from the front lines Known for its rejection of war as a romantic or noble enter

The Imitation Game

04 June 2020 | By Jim Ottaviani | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

Today, Alan Turing is considered the father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence The mathematician, born on June 23, 1912, was a brilliant World War II codebreaker and parlayed that insight into theorizing and creating the first stored memory computers Unfortunately, this Of

My Favorite Things

04 June 2020 | By Maira Kalman | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

From Maira Kalman, the author of the bestsellers The Principles of Uncertainty and The Elements of Style, comes this beautiful pictorial and narrative exploration of the significance of objects in our lives, drawn from her personal artifacts, recollections, and selections from the collection of the

Hello, New York: An Illustrated Love Letter to the Five Boroughs

04 June 2020 | By Julia Rothman | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

Anyone who hearts New York will love this illustrated homage to the city Artist, author, and New Yorker Julia Rothman brings humor and tenderness to an eclectic assortment of historical tidbits how the New York Public Library lion sculptures got their names , idiosyncratic places to visit where t

Strange Fruit, Volume I: Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History

04 June 2020 | By Joel Christian Gill | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

Strange Fruit, Volume I is a collection of stories from African American history that exemplifies success in the face of great adversity This unique graphic anthology offers historical and cultural commentary on nine uncelebrated heroes whose stories are not often found in history books Among the

Stitches

04 June 2020 | By David Small | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

One day David Small awoke from a supposedly harmless operation to discover that he had been transformed into a virtual mute A vocal cord removed, his throat slashed and stitched together like a bloody boot, the fourteen year old boy had not been told that he had cancer and was expected to die n nIn

March: Book One (March, #1)

04 June 2020 | By John Lewis | Filed in: graphic non fiction.

March is a vivid first hand account of John Lewis lifelong struggle for civil and human rights, meditating in the modern age on the distance traveled since the days of Jim Crow and segregation Rooted in Lewis personal story, it also reflects on the highs and lows of the broader civil rights movem