The Best New Elementary Graphic Novels

Finding kid-friendly graphic novels for elementary readers just got easier. The experts at Junior Library Guild put together this list featuring the very best new graphic novels for elementary school readers. Check ’em out:

 

Compass South: Four Points

written by Hope Larson, illustrated by Rebecca Mock

Neither Alex nor Cleo realizes the real danger they are in. They are being followed by pirates who think they hold the key to treasure.

 

Truth in Sight: Cici: A Fairy’s Tale

written by Cori Doerrfield, illustrated by Tyler Page

Part-human, part-fairy, Cici works to figure out her newfound powers and her place at school.

 

Lucy & Andy Neanderthal

by Jeffrey Brown

Lucy and her goofball brother, Andy, take on a baby sibling, bossy teens, cave paintings, and a mammoth hunt. But what will happen when they encounter humans?

 

The Creepy Case Files of Margo Malo

by Drew Weing

A fresh and funny take on the age-old battle between kids and closet-dwelling monsters.

 

Hilda and the Stone Forest

by Luke Pearson

The city of Trolberg has some dark secrets to reveal, and Hilda is about to discover them!

 

Narwhal: Unicorn of the Sea

by Ben Clanton

Narwhal is a happy-go-lucky narwhal. Jelly is a no-nonsense jellyfish. The two might not have a lot in common, but they do love waffles, parties, and adventures.

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