Stories tagged Graphix

New Book Releases from CCS Grads

In the next year or so, a strong group of CCS alums are releasing books into the wild. Congratulations to Lucy Knisley ′09 (Kid Gloves, First Second, 2019) , Laura Terry ′10 (Graveyard Shakes, Graphix, 2017), JP Coovert ′08 (illustrator for Charlie Joe Jackson series), Tillie Walden ′16 (Spinning, First Second, 2017), and Jarad Greene ′17!

You Are New cover

Lucy Knisley ′09—You Are New (Chronicle Books, March 2019)
A world of being new is waiting for little ones and the grown-ups who love them in this warm and funny book perfect for baby showers. From napping to crying, cuddling to playing, this book introduces the world with humor, honesty, and unmitigated sweetness. Award-winning author and artist Lucy Knisley celebrates the joys of having—and being!—a baby in this timeless celebration of new beginnings and the transformative power of love.

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Tags: Anna Strong, Are You Listening, cartoonstudies, CCS Alum, Charlie Joe Jackson, children's books, Chronicle Books, Draw a Comic, First Second, Graphic Novel, Graphix, Graveyard Shakes, Jarad Greene, JP Coovert, Kid Gloves, Laura Terry, Lion Forge, Lucy Knisley, Maker Comics, Scullion, Spinning, Tillie Walden, Workman, You Are New

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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Tags: Aaron Renier, Amulet, Andy Runton, Angela Boyle, Aqua, Bone, Boxers and Saints, Bridget Comeau, Cartoon Books, Cartoon Studies, Dan Nott, Faith Erin Hicks, First Second, Friends with Boys, Gene Yang, Graphix, I Kill Giants, Image Comics, J. M. Ken Niimura, Jarad Greene, Jeff Smith, Jess Johnson, Jillian Tamaki, Joe Kelly, Joey Weiser, Kazu Kibuishi, Koyama Press, Kozue Amano, Mariko Tamaki, Mermin, middle grade, Nem Sears, Night Air, Oni Press, Owly, Raina Telgemeier, Schulz Library, Smile, Spinning, Square Fish, The Unsinkable Walker Bean, This One Summer, Tillie Walden, Tokyopop, Young Adult

Visiting Artist: Laura Terry

Laura Terry ′10 is the author and illustrator of the graphic novel, Graveyard Shakes (Scholastic Graphix, 2017). As a child, she spent her days in rural Texas raising livestock, playing in the woods, and discovering an intense love for books, particularly those of Neil Gaiman, Roald Dahl, and Ursula K. Le Guin. Laura is a former Xeric Grant winner for Overboard. Laura graduated from Pratt and received her MFA from The Center for Cartoon Studies. Now she works (and plays) as an illustrator and cartoonist in Brooklyn with her tiny poodle, Muffin. She especially loves drawing adorable woodland creatures and fantasy stories involving ghosts. To see Laura’s comics and illustration work, visit

Tags: cartoonstudies, Graphic Novel, Graphix, Graveyard Shakes, Laura Terry, Scholastic, Visiting Artist