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Was She Pretty?

by Leanne Shapton Farrar, Straus and Giroux (October 31, 2006)

A SINGULAR EXPLORATION OF MODERN LOVE AND ALL ITS DEMONS, IN WORDS AND DRAWINGS

In this brilliant gem of a book, artist/writer Leanne Shapton weaves together a voyeuristic tale of love and life through epigrammatic...


Malcolm X

by Randy DuBurke & Andrew Helfer Farrar, Straus and Giroux (November 14, 2006)

The age of multitasking needs better narrative history. It must be absolutely factual, immediately accessible, smart, and brilliantly fun. Enter Andrew Helfer, the award-winning graphic-novel editor behind Road...


Cross-X

by Joe Miller Farrar, Straus and Giroux (October 02, 2007)

In Cross-X, journalist Joe Miller follows the Kansas City Central High School's debate squad through the 2002 season that ends with a top-ten finish at the national championships in Atlanta.

By almost all measures,...


The Ten-Cent Plague

by David Hajdu Farrar, Straus and Giroux (March 18, 2008)

The story of the rise and fall of those comic books has never been fully told -- until The Ten-Cent Plague. David Hajdu's remarkable new book vividly opens up the lost world of comic books, its creativity, irreverence,...


The Traveler

by Daren Simkin & Daniel Simkin Farrar, Straus and Giroux (November 25, 2008)

A charming fable that evokes a life lesson we would all do well to learn: living and loving are time well spent.

Once, there was a boy named Charlie. He had a pretty nice life . . . but it wasn't perfect. So...