New Graphic Novels @ HCPL

Greetings! It is that time again to showcase some of our new titles added to our graphic novels family. For an expanded list of graphic novels, check out our Adult and Young Adult new non-fiction titles.

 I Kill Giants Market Day Not Simple Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: graphic novel Y Square Plus

I Kill Giants by Joe Kelly. Barbara is an angry elementary-school girl who is known as a freak and claims to be a killer of giants. She faces bullies and storms with no fear, but cannot face what she hides from at home.

Market Day by James Sturm. Mendleman is a simple man who provides for his family by selling his handcrafted rugs. When he is forced to sell his rugs to an emporium, he begins to reach his breaking point.

Not Simple by Natsume Ono. In the traditional manga style, the story follows Ian, a young man with a fractured family history, and his travels from Australia to England to America in the hope of realizing his dreams and reuniting with his beloved sister.

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: the Graphic Novel by Seth Grahame-Greene and others. This is an adaptation of an adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice (confusing, isn't it?!). The dead are rising in England, and it's up to fearsome warrior Elizabeth Bennet to dispatch them.

Y Square Plus by Judith Park. In the sequel to Y Square, Yagate was more than happy to help his best friend Yoshitaka with his girl troubles, but now it's Yoshitaka's turn to return the favor


if you love alot of mystrious

if you love alot of mystrious romance books like me there is a bunch of books at the library. Just finished this diffrent and weird book called Guitar Girl. It is about this girl who has a band and they turn out to be famous. I know what you are thinking tipical, Right? Anyway she falls in love with one of her band members and realizes that the only way he likes her is because he wants to be famous. There is a lot of drama in here. I mean one best friend addicted to drugs another friend who has a lot of stage fright.

Guitar Girl seems like an

Guitar Girl seems like an interesting read. It seems to have an atypical recipe for drama and romance! Thanks for the suggestion!