Every now and again, I like to run statistics to see what is hot among our lower school and middle school readers. It gives me a sense of the movement of the collection as well as lets me know what areas may need extra copies and such. It’s no secret that graphic novels are among the favorite at our school, and when I ran the search 9 out of 10 of the top check outs were indeed graphic novels!
MISSLE MOUSE: RESCUE ON TANKIUM3, by Jake Parker
ASTRONAUT ACADEMY: ZERO GRAVITY, by Dave Roman
BABYMOUSE 13 – CUPCAKE TYCOON, by Jennifer Holm
G-MAN: LEARNING TO FLY, by Chris Giarrusso
MISSLE MOUSE: THE STAR CRUSHER, by Jake Parker
SMURFS GRAPHIC NOVEL (11): THE SMURF OLYMPICS, by Peyo
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DUST BUNNIES, by Erik Craddock
OLYMPIANS (4): HADES LORD OF THE DEAD, by George O’Connor
STONE RABBIT: BC MAMBO, by Erik Craddock
ASPCA COMPLETE GUIDE TO CATS, by James R. Richards
Do graphic novels rule at your library as well?