Clay Center Carnegie Library Working To Expand Access To Literary Classics Through Graphic Novels

The Clay Center Carnegie Library is working to expand access to literary classics through graphic novels.

The library’s Director, Brittany Girton, says providing a graphic novel adaptation of books, such as To Kill A Mockingbird and Beowulf, will increase youth interest and comprehension of the literary classics:

Girton says the library already has adaptations of several classics:

The library purchased the books with their own funds, and Girton plans to continue to expand the library’s graphic novel selection.

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