"...Graphic novels are books written and illustrated in the style of a comic book. The term graphic novel was first popularized by Will Eisner to distinguish his book A Contract with God (1978) from collections of newspaper comic strips. He described graphic novels as consisting of “sequential art” — a series of illustrations which, when viewed in order, tell a story." (From "Using Graphic Novels with Children and Teens", Scholastic).
The Libraries offers a great selection of graphic novels for all reading levels. To locate a graphic novel in the library, you can search using the title or author of the graphic novel. For a listing of all graphic novels available, enter "graphic novels" as a subject heading search.
A few titles are listed below: