Graphic novels are the hottest books for young adults right now! This exciting new series showcases the lives and careers of six of today's most important and successful graphic novelists. Starting with their childhoods, each book discusses the novelist's artistic and literary influences, and how he or she got started in comics and graphic novels. Career development, peaks and valleys, awards, and descriptions of their notable works are fully covered by these fascinating books. Panels from the work of each of the novelists illustrate and further the text. These beautiful books are sure to be a huge hit with your young adult readers. As the son of WW II-era parents, journalist Joe Sacco was heavily affected by the plight of people around the world forced from their homes while under foreign occupation. His
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