Movie and Graphic Novel Pairings

by Grant Comic book movies were everywhere again this year. Apparently, the public demand for superhero films isn’t waning yet. In addition to all of the flying, swinging, jumping, and shooting costumed heroes, Hollywood has mined graphic novels for even more films. There are adaptations of shirtless men (300), very long trains (Snowpiercer),  masked men […]

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Awards Round-up: December 2016

by Jocelyn Welcome to the December Awards Round-up! We are covering two different awards this month. The Center for Fiction First Novel Prize The “First Novel Prize is awarded to the best debut novel published between January 1st and December 31st of the award year. The author of the winning book is awarded $10,000 and […]

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16 in ’16: Read a New Book

by Jocelyn Congratulations! You’ve made it to the final challenge in the Reading Resolutions: 16 in ’16 contest. For the next three weeks, we challenge you to read…a book published in 2016 (also known as a “New” book). With about 300,000 books published in the United States every year, that gives you A LOT of […]

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16 in ’16: Read a Funny Book Feedback

by Marina Well, we’re halfway through our funny book theme (and we only have TWO themes left of this whole challenge!!!) and that means it’s time for a feedback post. Where I share some of the books other participants have submitted to entice you to read even more! And if none of the selections below […]

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Films on the Color Wheel

by Grant   Titles of film can be informative (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), evocative (Blade Runner), or sometimes just odd (The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing).  It is interesting how films are named, often the title is kept from the source material, while other times it is drastically changed (the graphic novel All you need […]

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Awards Round-up: July 2016

by Michelle C. Welcome to the July Awards Round-up! There was a nice mash-up of categories this month with a great selection of titles. We will start with the Longlist for the Man Booker Prize. The Man Booker Prize is awarded to a novel written in English and published in the UK. The winner will […]

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June is “Bathroom Reading” Month

by Ruth G. What makes a good bathroom read? Something that you can pick up, peruse, and put down, no bookmark needed.  (I suppose waterproofing would be a bonus.) There is a bathroom book for just about any mood: from trivia, world records, “believe it or not” books, to jokes & riddles, cartoon collections and […]

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DC Comics Are Now Available on OverDrive!

by Mike H.   We’ve added over 150 digital comics and graphic novels from DC Comics and Vertigo to OverDrive. This collection features Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, and many more – including bestsellers from Alan Moore, Frank Miller and Neil Gaiman like Watchmen, The Killing Joke and The Sandman series. Need […]

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16 in ’16: More Graphic Novel Suggestions

by Jackie I love this list so much, I had to just quickly share it. I can guarantee that not every title is for everyone, but everyone will probably find at least a title they’ll love. If you’re looking for another graphic novel or three before we move on to the next theme (on Saturday!) check […]

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16 in ’16: Graphic Novel feedback

by Ruth G. How’s it going, Graphic Novel readers? I’m curious to hear what titles people are reading. Here’s a summary of blog comments: Shannon liked A.D. New Orleans After The Deluge by Josh Neufeld, Mission in a Bottle by Seth Goldman and Barry Nalebuff, and Normandy: A Graphic History of D-Day by Wayne Vansant. Mary recommends The Oven by […]

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