First Second Books Exposes Kids to Wonders of the Natural World in Their Free Comic Book Day Offering, SCIENCE COMICS

Maris Wicks, courtesy of David Waller

Every year on the first Saturday of May, millions of people around the United States flood comic book stores for Free Comic Book Day. This year marks the fifteenth anniversary of the holiday, and to celebrate, First Second Books is joining in on the festivities!

Preview: Lucy Knisley Explores Marriage in “Something New”

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Lucy Knisley is rapidly becoming a household name in the world of memoir, alternating between travelogues such as French Milk and Displacement and more thematic memoir work such as her New York Time’s Bestselling Relish and her brand new, well, Something New: Tales From a Makeshift Bride all about her experiences of getting married as well as a critique of […]

‘This One Summer’ removed from a Florida school and under investigation

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Here we go again. A parent in Seminole County, Fla. found that her nine year old brought home This One Summer by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki and thought it was way too adult for her kid and complained, and the local TV news has launched an investigation and discovered that shockingly, the book, which […]

INTERVIEW: Gene Luen Yang on Being Named National Ambassador of Young People’s Literature

photography by Albert Law : www.porkbellystudio.com

The author of American Born Chinese sits down to talk with us about his new role as the first comics alumnus to hold the prestigious position of ambassador of young people’s literature.