Fantastic Graphic Novels for Kids (th Grade—and up!)Graphic novels are experiencing a bit of a boom in the middle grade category , creating a bridge for reluctant readers and introducing kids to a different style of storytelling. Below are 50 graphic novels for middle school students from this rapidly growing genre. Her husband, genius engineer Archibald Dulac, is certain that she is forever lost. Her son, Seraphin, still holds out hope. The letter summons them to a Bavarian castle, where an ambitious young king dreams of flying the skies in a ship powered by aether. But within the castle walls, danger lurks—there are those who would stop at nothing to conquer the stars.
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Looking for the free Summer Reading Chart? Grab it here! These 13 best graphic novels for kids are sure to be a hit! As a former librarian and now a parent, I feel like graphic novels for kids are a reading secret weapon. And it was miraculous to see how my students flocked to them, even the children that never ever showed any interest in other books. I marked out a section on the shelves for graphic novels, but it turned out to be unneeded because for the ENTIRE year, those books never once went back on the shelf. One child would drop a graphic novel in the return basket and before I had a moment to return them to the shelf, another child would have grabbed it out and be checking it out.
Graphic novels are great for "reluctant readers" and kids just learning to read. Perhaps more importantly, graphic novels tend to be more engaging than other "early reader" books.
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I have a hard time reading graphic novels. My advice? If your kids likes graphic novels, let them read them as much as they want. As in all forms of literature, there are good books and not-so-good books. I read Sweet Valley High like candy when I was a kid, and all of the books on this list are of higher quality than that that series ah, but I loved it so , so there you have it.
A really good graphic novel has everything you want in a book. Amazing storyline? Smart dialogue and interesting characters? Beautifully rendered drawings that excite the imagination? Double check. From the rise of an African chieftain, to navigating Russian summer camp, these five new graphic novels are guaranteed to inspire young readers and get them excited about reading. Add to Bag.