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These important pieces are paired with stunning art, which makes the text come to life before your eyes. Anyone interested in the Bible should read this seminal magazine. Archaeology Odyssey takes the reader on a journey through the classical world as seen through the eyes of the top archaeologists in the discipline.

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In honor of Banned Books Week San Mateo County Libraries is excited to highlight enriching graphic novels that have been targeted for censorship. Comics in their modern form have been around for at least a century, as have been the attempts to ban them! Just like written novels, graphic novels are usually targeted because someone finds the content offensive, obscene, or inappropriate. With comics, this is complicated by the still widely held perception that they are intended only for young readers, despite the existence of works clearly intended for adults like Alison Bechdel 's Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic and Brian K.

Saga , which some have described as a Game of Thrones meets Star Wars space opera, is often irreverent and explicit. Like Game of Thrones, it also uses dark adult fantasy to explore questions of gender, sexuality, race, and war in endlessly creative ways.

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Unfortunately, the fantastical elements of Saga can add to the perception that comics are exclusively for juvenile readers or that they are only targeted towards a specific subculture, but there are many titles available that take a more down to earth look at human life. The above-mentioned memoir Fun Home uses motifs from classic literature and mythology to explore the author's coming to terms with her sexuality in the wake of her father's death. Mariko Tamaki's This One Summer is a slice of life snapshot of a summer vacation where two pre-teen girls see what choices they may have to confront in the future by watching the adults and older teens around them navigate their lives with varying degrees of success.

Similarly, Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis follows one young woman's journey growing up in a culturally conservative culture in Iran.


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These books depict modern lives and the challenges that come with them in a candid, mostly straightforward way, and all have been targeted for censorship at one time or another. While it is not the purview of libraries to censor materials for content, there are resources available to help readers choose work that is appropriate. When searching for titles on our eLibrary , note the call numbers for each title.

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If you see a "J" in a call number, this covers juvenile fiction which usually features protagonists under 13 and usually correspondingly appropriate subject matter. Adult-oriented graphic novels are a little trickier, and are usually identified by omission.


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  8. A good rule of thumb: if a graphic novel has no age identifying labels in the call number like "J", "YA", or "TEEN" than they are probably intended for an older audience. Many of the above-mentioned comics have eBook versions that are available with your SMCL card though services like hoopla digital all current issues of Saga are currently on hoopla so you don't have to wait for a library hold on a physical copy.

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    To see more titles that have come under fire and the reasons why, take a look at the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund's list of banned and challenged comics opens a new window. If you are interested in finding out more about graphic novels not just the banned ones! If there are titles targeted for censorship that you'd like to highlight or ideas about censorship you'd like to share, please let us know in the comments below! Skip to main navigation Skip to main navigation Skip to search Skip to search Skip to content. Use current location.

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