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This banned books week, dare to read these commonly challenged graphic novels guaranteed to enlighten, entertain, educate, and expand your mind.

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Book cover of Art Spiegelman's Maus

“The most affecting and successful narrative ever done about the Holocaust”
Wall Street Journal

Book cover of Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis

Persepolis stands in defiant resistance alongside other classics of its kind, from A Vindication of the Rights of Woman to ‘Letter from a Birmingham Jail.’ ... Twenty years on, it remains urgent, necessary reading.”
Kirkus Reviews

Book cover of Charles Burns's Black Hole

“Smoldering brilliant ... What Burns does so memorably here is blend the erotic and the frightening to create a black hole the reader will want to visit again and again.”
—The Boston Globe

Book cover of Gengoroh Tagame's My Brother's Husband

“Heartbreaking yet hopeful, Gengoroh Tagame’s beautifully rendered meditation on the struggle for gay acceptance in today’s Japan is quietly dazzling.”
—Anderson Cooper

Book cover of The Graphic Adaptations of Anne Frank's Diary

“[A] stunning, haunting work of art.... This graphic adaptation is so engaging and effective that it’s easy to imagine it replacing the Diary in classrooms and among younger readers.”
The New York Times Book Review


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