Qlovi Store Spotlight: Graphic Novels (from Qlovi Newsletter)

Qlovi Store Spotlight: Graphic Novels

Hello Fellow Qlovi Educators!

Here are 5 reasons whyQlovi loves graphic novels!

  1. We appreciate the way that the text and images work together to support students with comprehension.
  2. We love that they grab the attention of young readers.
  3. We can’t help adoring the unique nature of the visuals…they’re just so much fun!
  4. We think they are perfect for teaching students about dialogue.
  5. We find that graphic novels often hook some of the most reluctant readers.

Below you’ll find some of our top picks for graphic novels!

The Qlovi Team

Graphic Novels

Hoop Rat

Hoop Rat

by Scott Ciencin

A new student has joined the basketball team, and the team thinks he’s a rat for a rival school. Does the team captain betray his new friendship with the new teammate by trying to expose him as a rat?

Louis Armstrong: Jazz Legend

Louis Armstrong: Jazz Legend

by Terry Collins

Louis Armstrong became an American jazz legend in the 1920s. Watch as this skilled musician learns to play, buys his first instrument, and becomes one of the best music makers of the era.

The Bambino: The Story of Babe Ruth's Legendary 1927 Season

The Bambino: The Story of Babe Ruth’s Legendary 1927 Season

by Nelson Yomtov

In 1927, Babe Ruth stepped up to the plate and looked history in the eye. Join the Bambino as he swings for the fences chasing down one of the greatest baseball records of all time.

The American Presidency

The American Presidency

by Christine Peterson

Concepts in American government brought to you in a kid-friendly, graphic/cartoon format, with irreverent art and concise text.

Jay-Z: Hip-Hop Icon

Jay-Z: Hip-Hop Icon

by Jessica Gunderson

Track this hip hop hero as he makes it in the music world and becomes one of the best known rappers in the world.

X: A Biography of Malcolm X

X: A Biography of Malcolm X

by Jessica Gunderson

Someone was trying to kill Malcolm X, and he knew who it was. Join him on his life-altering pilgrimage to Mecca where he discovers the power of brotherhood and the cost of racial divides.

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