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With thanks and credit to the following librarians: Kate Adler- Metropolitan College of New York; Karen Green- Columbia University; Tara Spies Smith -Texas State University; Brendan Plann-Curley-Pace University
Last Updated: Jun 30, 2014 URL: Print Guide

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Graphic Novels News

Mark your calendars!

Sept. 21st-27th, 2014 is Banned Books Week.

The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and national Banned Books Weeks planning committee are teaming together this year to focus events and discussions on graphic novels and comics. Read more about it here.

Suffolk County Community College will be doing presentations on banned books and intellectual freedom on:

Tuesday, Sept. 23rd, 2014 at

Eaton's Neck Room,

Babylon Student Center on Ammerman Campus from 9am-3:30pm.

All are welcome!



2015 Long Island Libraries' Popular Culture Conference

April 16, 2015 at St. Joseph's College in Oakdale, NY.

Learn more about teaching with graphic novels, building a collection and promoting them in your classroom or library.

More details to follow.



What's a Graphic Novel?

This is a comic strip by Jessica Abel from her and Matt Maden's website Drawing Words & Writing Pictures.

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