Young Adult comics at The Schulz Library
Young Adult is a booming genre. To keep things simple, in The Schulz Library we group YA and Middle Grade books. Either way, it is a popular section!
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On the Road 2009: The Center for Cartoon Studies, Mutts, Feiffer, and Honorary Degree
JEFF SMITH’s Boneville Blog
Back in May, I delivered the third ever commencement address at The Center for Cartoon Studies. The Center is in White River Junction, Vermont, and was founded by the brilliant cartoonist James Sturm and administrator Michelle Ollie (both can be seen in the picture above on the left). It was an honor, and I had a great time.
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