Read the book?! Try the graphic novel!

Have you read the below books?! How about trying out the graphic novel adaptations?! Or do you need to read one of the below for school? How about pairing it with its graphic novel adaptation?! 

Graphic novels are great for so many reasons. They encourage more reluctant readers to read. The images help readers better understand the text. They’re amazing for readers with disabilities like dyslexia, those still learning to read, and those newer to the English language. They boost the reader’s confidence. And when it comes to classic texts, they make the content approachable! 


Octavia E. Butler’s Kindred: A Graphic Novel Adaptation adapted by Damian Duffy

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood & adapted by Renee Nault

1984: The Graphic Novel adapted by Fido Nesti

The Great Gatsby: A Graphic Novel adapted by Fred Fordham 

A Brave New World: A Graphic Novel adapted by Fred Fordham 

On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons From the Twentieth Century by Timothy Snyder

Speak: The Graphic Novel adapted by Emily Carroll 

Anne Frank’s Diary: The Graphic Adaptation by Ari Folman 

The Graveyard Book: The Graphic Novel Adaptation by P. Craig Russell 




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Gill Friedlander