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The Spring 2010 Booklist Webinar Let's Get Graphic provides librarians with a helpful, relevant introduction to the contemporary graphic novel terrain in terms format, reading level, and genre. The panel of speakers comprised a highly esteemed list for the field, so experienced or new librarians will find the webinar useful. Francoise Mouly of TOON Books begins the webinar, and then she is followed with Roger Rosen of Rosen Publishing, David Saylor of Scholastic, Mark Siegel of First Second, and ending with Alameda, CA youth librarian Eva Volin. With such a panel of speakers, the listener quickly gains a great deal of information on this topic. Francoise Mouly gives a brief history of graphic novels in America and then educates the listener on the innovative use of it for emerging readers. The beginning reader graphic novels on TOON Books have won several Theodore Geisel awards. Then Roger Rosen describes how they are using graphic novels to tackle the non-fiction genre. David Saylor and Mark Siegel both introduce a variety of up and coming graphic novels. And Eva Volin educates the listener on how to create a highly utilized graphic novel section in a public library. The listener learns a great deal in a short period time and the webinar format is simply amazing to connect all these speakers to listeners far and wide. ( )
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