We love ebooks and audiobooks, but some books, like these visually stunning graphic novels and memoirs by women, are best seen in person.  These titles push the conventions of storytelling and give us insight into lived experiences – in the way only graphic novels can.  Place a hold on one today!

Bingo Love by Tee Franklin

Good Talk by Mira Jacob

Cannonball by Kelsey Wroten

Boundless by Jillian Tamaki

Dumb by Georgia Webber

Susceptible by Genevieve Castree

Fun Home by Alison Bechdel

This One Summer by Mariko Tamaki

The Lagoon by Lilli Carre


by Katie Hughes,
Branch Manager at Nordonia Hills Branch Library