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Graphix | January 31, 2014


Graphix, an imprint of Scholastic, is a children’s graphic novel imprint with the exclusive mission to publish inventive, exciting, and appropriate material for kids of all ages. Since its launch in 2005, Graphix has excelled at bringing the visual literacy and aesthetic sense of graphic novels to children. Enthusiastically supported by kids, teachers, and librarians, many Graphix titles have become New York Times bestsellers, including Smile, DramaThe Lost Boy, and the Amulet and Bone series. Graphix authors and illustrators include Eisner Award winners and nominees Raina Telgemeier, Kazu Kibuishi, Jimmy Gownley, Jeff Smith, and Doug TenNapel. Follow Graphix on Twitter @GraphixBooks.

One exciting new title: 

Sisters by Raina Telgemeier
The eagerly-anticipated autobiographical follow up to Smile, Telgemeier’s hit coming-of-age dental drama, Sisters will dive into the inner workings of Raina’s relationship with her younger sister. Cover reveal coming soon!
Published in September 2014.


One classic title:

Out From Boneville by Jeff Smith

The first volume of Jeff Smith’s much-acclaimed Bone saga is the cornerstone of the Graphix imprint. This epic story follows the three hilarious Bone cousins as they meet the inhabitants of a mysterious valley and seek their help in finding the way back home.
Published in February 2005.


One title you may not have heard about:
Cardboard by Doug TenNapel

Doug TenNapel’s graphic novels for kids always lead to unexpected adventures. After Cam’s father gives him an old cardboard box for his birthday, things go awry when cardboard creatures start coming magically to life. Cam, his dad, and their new friend Bill must save their neighborhood from disaster.
Published in August 2012.

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