Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Comics at the Library

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Comics and graphic novels are popular at my library. I found a few simple, passive program ideas in the presentation "Making Comics: Comics Conference for Educators and Librarians" by Jack Baur and Matthew Murray.

In the children and teen areas, you can have fill in the blank comics.  Kids can rewrite the dialog to an already existing popular comic. 

Kids and teens can also create their own comics but with a twist, like a choose your own adventure.  There are also instructions in the presentation on how to make a mini-zine. You can have either the materials and instructions in the Library or as part of a program.

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