Monthly book discussion on a graphic novel selected by the group! This program is for readers age 16 and up.
September 10: Baby's in black by Arne Bellstorf (2011) 224 pgs.
October 8: Hedy Lamarr: An Incredible Life by Roy and Dorange (2018) 176 pgs.
November 12: A Fire Story by Brian Fies (2019) 153 pgs.
December 10: The Sandman Vol. 1: Preludes and Nocturnes by Neil Gaiman et al. (series) (1993)
January 14: Guardians of the Louvre by Jiro Tanigushi (2016) (Originally 2014)
February 11: A Girl in the Himalayas by David Jesus Vignolli (2018) 176 pgs.
March 11: Exit Wounds by Rutu Modan (2008) 168 pgs.
April 8: Cassandra Darke by Posy Simmonds (2018) 136 pgs.
May 13: Drawn to Berlin by Ali Fitzgerald (2018) 200 pgs.
Meetings will be held virtually via Zoom. Please email book club facilitator, Danièle Archambault, at Daniele@DanieleBD.com to receive the Zoom link.
Titles can be borrowed from the Library through our Sidewalk Service. Many titles are available digitally through our online services - click on the links above or search in our catalog for more information.
Danièle Archambault, Ph.D. (Linguistics), is a researcher, author, and educator who is interested in comics as a way to document a society's cultural and linguistic landscape. Originally from Montreal, Quebec, she now lives in Palo Alto, where she is an artist in residence at the Cubberley Artist Studio Program, a program of the City of Palo Alto. In the past few years, she has published several full-color comic books, graphic novels, and electronic books. Ms. Archambault is a regular guest speaker on documenting culture and dialects through comics at various educational and cultural institutions. She teaches Visual Storytelling at the Palo Alto Art Center, and at other educational venues. http://danielebd.com/