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comical phenomenonical: readers advisory and comics

Everyone has the right to read comics and to be respected for itGirls read comics too Read reviews, interviews and about women in comics.

Readers advisory with comics >

Girls read comics too

Some may say libraries and librarians should only focus their attention on book collections and literacy in the community. Yet, programming is a way to promote book collections so that patrons are more likely to check them out and to encourage literacy in the community through classes, discussions, and introducing readers to new literature. (Programming with Comics).

Using comics as reviews –  great visual readers advisory.
Also done well by Sally Pewhairangi on Finding Heroes > Blue Creek Bachelor in the Sweet Romance Lovematch.



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This entry was posted on October 25, 2014 by in comics, maker culture, review, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , .
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