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Librarian’s Corner: A Comic-Book Guy, the Need for Diverse Books for Young People, and the Power of Lifting Off the Invisibility Cloak

September 14, 2014

During this year’s Library of Congress National Book Festival in Washington DC, graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang delivered a passionate speech. He spoke about the power of diverse books and comics, and engaging readers from any background. At the conclusion, his literary audience, not your typical comic book crowd, stood up and cheered. Yang is […]

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