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Lonely Book of the Week: American Born Chinese

GRAPHIC NOVELS CONTINUE to be popular with our readers. One of the most acclaimed in our collection is American Born Chinese. It is about a a boy just trying to fit in his new neighborhood and school when he is the only Chinese boy around. 57 more words

New Super-Man #16 Review

Kong Kenan is transported to 1939 New York. The strange counterpart to Mr I-Ching guides him through the time period as it’s not very welcoming to a Chinese man.  230 more words

Review

New Super-Man 16 Drags Historic Racism into the Present

by Mark Mitchell

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, read on at your own risk!

Recently on my morning commute, I’ve been catching up on the  370 more words

Mark Mitchell

SLJ Leadership Summit: Confronting our Literacy Crisis: Nashville TN October 7-8

This weekend I went to Nashville for the School Library Journal Leadership Summit, and it was amazing. As all librarians and general lovers of literacy know, we are facing huge challenges when it comes to literacy in this country: some areas are book deserts, while others have a glut of information- not all of it true or unbiased. 1,040 more words

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Graphic Content - American Born Chinese

List Item:  Read half of the 1001 Comics You Must Read Before You Die
Progress:
31/501Title: American Born Chinese
Creator: Gene Luen Yang
Year: 411 more words

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New Super-Man #15 Review

The Suicide Squad are in Shanghai with one goal: kill Kong Kenan, the New Super-Man.  280 more words

Review

The Art Fails the Cast of New Super-Man 15

by Mark Mitchell

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, read on at your own risk!

Gene Luen Yang hasn’t shown much interest in subtlety throughout the run of… 267 more words

Mark Mitchell