The popularity of graphic novels has been growing not only among young adults, but adults as well. At the Mudd Library, we’ve been adding a lot of new materials to our graphic novel collection- a couple of which are featured below.
Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic by Alison Bechdel: An amazingly candid and engaging autobiography of Ms. Bechdel’s childhood and early adulthood, particularly relating to her father. This graphic novel has basically become a community read among library staff.
Duncan the Wonder Dog by Adam Hines: A story of a world in which animals have the ability to speak, and how they use that ability to empower themselves against humans.
Check our library catalog to browse our entire collection of graphic novels.