Book Lists

If you are looking for comics and graphic novels to teach in your classroom, I have a list that I’ve compiled linked below, and I’ve also included a link to the list of the 365 titles that I’m currently reviewing in 365 days.  Please check that out!

365 List

Compiled Book List

Here is a list of the comics/graphic novels that I’ve actually used in my classroom as a class set or part of a lit circle.  Please let me know if you have any questions about these titles.  Many of them have been reviewed sometime on my blog, so always check the archives for more info!

Pride of Baghdad

Superman: American Alien

Maus

Beowulf

Hamlet: No Fear

Romeo & Juliet

Death Note

I Kill Giants

Capote In Kansas

A.D. New Orleans After the Deluge

Ultimate Spiderman

Hawkeye: My Life As A Weapon Vol. 1

The Killing Joke

Pride & Prejudice

Scott McCloud: Understanding Comics

everyone’s an aliebn when you’re an aliebn too

The Flintstones (new DC run) 

Udon’s Manga Classics 

Your Black Friend 

Harbinger (Valiant Comics)

Faith (Valiant Comics)

Divinity (Valiant Comics)

Archer & Armstrong (Valiant Comics) 

Filmish 

 

2 comments

  1. Hello. I am a big fan. I have been a K-12 teacher, and am now a professor helping to prepare new teachers. I am co-designing a new course for this fall and we are talking about the importance of adult relationships during a child’s development. We are having the students read “Because of Mr. Terupt” (maybe you know it) which is a YA novel. I would like the students to have a choice of an alternative that will a) be a comic or graphic novel, and b) be more diverse. Do you have any suggestions?

    1. Hey, Bryan! Sorry it took me a minute to get back to you. This school year has been crazy as you know. Do you still need help?

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