Great YA Graphic Novels!

Great YA Graphic Novels!

May 1st at 6PM EST
17th Street Location

Unforgettable Graphic Tales!

Join us as we celebrate some truly wonderful graphic novel tales for teen readers! From entrancing and supernatural love stories, to tales of acceptance and homecoming, to futuristic capers that plum the depth of what it means to be human, this captivating event is sure to enthrall all who love YA graphic novels.

Joining us will be New York Times bestselling author, DAVID LEVITHAN, for the launch of Every Day: The Graphic Novel, the adaptation of his acclaimed novel (and don't forget the paperback release of the 20th anniversary edition of his beloved novel Boy Meets Boy, out May 9th!), DEB JJ LEE will be sharing her powerful graphic novel memoir, In Limbo, and WENDY XU to give us a sneak peek at her forthcoming graphic novel, The Infinity Particle, (which releases on August 29th!) as well as her previous hit YA graphic novel, Mooncakes

You won't want to miss: 

  • Every Day: The Graphic Novel by DAVID LEVITHAN, illustrated by DION MBD. In this graphic novel adaptation of the New York Times best-selling novel, we follow A, who wakes up in a different body every day. A has made peace with this strange life, until the day that A wakes up in the body of Justin and meets Justin's girlfriend Rhiannon. A is immediately in love, but can Rhiannon love someone who is destined to change every day?

  • The Infinity Particle by WENDY XU. Clementine Chang has decided to change the course of her life by moving from Earth to Mars. She gets her dream job working for an Artificial Intelligence pioneer, where she meets a gorgeous, yet cold humanoid AI named Kyle. Clem has experience with AI, but Kyle feels... almost human. As Clem becomes convinced she must set Kyle free, she finds herself struggling with fundamental questions about what it means to be human. Clem is determined to find the answers, even if it means risking everything she came to Mars for.

  • In Limbo: A Graphic Memoir by DEB JJ LEE. Ever since Deborah Lee emigrated from South Korea to the United States, she has felt her Otherness. And as the pressures of high school ramp up, and she finds herself quarrelling with her mother more and more, Deb feels like she's caught in a limbo with nowhere to go. When the family embarks on a trip back to South Korea, Deb begins to realize something that changes her perspective on her family, her heritage, and herself!

Monday, May 1st at 6PM at Our 17th St Store! 

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