New Graphic Novels @ Gibson Library!

We just got some new graphic novels at the Gibson Branch! Here are a few of Sarah's favorites.

Koko Be Good by Jen Wang

Koko's always cooking up new projects, even though most end in disaster. But she promises herself that thsi time will be different. This time she will Be Good. But where will she start if she doesn't even know what that means?

Dawn Land by Will Davis; Adapted from the novel by Joseph Bruchac

"Ten thousand years ago, Young Hunter set out on an epic quest to overcome the Stone Giants who were terrorizing his people. Pitted against creatures of legend, Young Hunter journeyed to the innermost heart of his own humanity, even meeting the very gods of the land. He was entrusted with his tribe's most dangerous secret, a weapon that would change mankind forever."

Brain Camp by Susan Kim, Laurence, klavan, and Faith Erin Hicks
"Neither artistic, dreamy Jenna nor surly, delinquent Lucas expected to find themselves at an invitation-only summer camp that turns problem children into prodigies. And yet here they both are at Camp Fielding, settling in with all the other loosers and misfits who've been shipped off by their parents in a last-ditch effort to produce a child worth bragging about. Bust strange dissapearances, spooky lights in the woods, and a chilling alteration that turns the dimmest, rowdiest campers into docile zombie Einsteins have Jenna and Jucas feeling more than a little suspicious...and a lot afraid."

A Home for Mr. Easter by Brooke A. Allen

"Tesana has never really fit into anything before but her daydreams. But when making an attempt to connect to her peers by joining in a pep rally planning committee she suddenly discovers a little white rabbit that lays brightly colored eggs. Realizing that she may have found the REAL life Easter bunny, Tesana embarks on an epic quest in an effort to get him back to his natural habitat and into safe hands. However as she progresses on her fanciful journey she gains more and more undesired attention until the quest becomes a race to stay ahead of greedy pursuers and find a safe place for her new friend...wherever that place may be"

28 Days Later: London Calling by Michael Alan Nelson

"Picking up whre the first movie left off, this original graphic novel continuation bridges the gap between the first film and its sequel 28 Weeks Later. Revealing the never before told tale of Selena as she makes her way back into Great Britian to face The Infected."

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