Graphic Novels Now: Building, Managing, and Marketing a Dynamic Collection
Going beyond the comic book, author and YA specialist Goldsmith answers her colleagues' many questions that arise in dealing with one of her favorite kinds of literature: - What are graphic novels?- How do I create a graphic novel collection development policy?- What processing challenges will I face, and how do I address problems?- Who are my customers for graphic novels and how do I attract them?- Are these titles going to be challenged by my colleagues and the community?- How do I cope?- Where can I find resources?
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