AAPI Graphic Novels for Every Reader

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, and we’re ready to celebrate at Lawrence Public Library with graphic novels for every reader!  Graphic novels are engaging illustrated stories that can help anyone learn to read.  They build confidence in struggling readers, are great for English Language Learners, and allow kids to make inferences and develop visual literacy skills.  Below I've included a collection of wonderful kids' graphic novels by AAPI creators across a variety of subjects and reading levels.  There are even a few non-fiction graphic novels in there—who knew learning could be so fun?



— Dreamers & Doers —

Operatic 

Stargazing

Measuring up

Séance Tea Party

Secret Coders


Adventure

Copper

City of Secrets

Sidekicks


Short Stories

Comics Squad

Tamamo the Fox Maiden

Explorer


Home

My Beijing

Little White Duck

Pashmina


Non-fiction

Sita's Ramayana

Noisemakers

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