by Walter Dean Myers
Jesse pours his heart and soul into his sketchbook to make sense of life in his troubled Harlem neighborhood and the loss of a close friend.
by Nikki Grimes
While studying the Harlem Renaissance, students at a Bronx high school read aloud poems they've written, revealing their innermost thoughts and fears to their formerly clueless classmates.
by Elizabeth Lenhard
Four teenage girls from very different social cliques at their progressive Chicago high school become friends after forming a knitting club.
by Kathy Murillo
Decorating with a Latin flair!
by Dorian Cirrone
Sixteen-year-old Kayla, a ballet dancer with very large breasts, and her sister Paterson, an artist, are both helped and hindered by classmates as they confront sexism, conformity, and censorship at their high school for the arts while still managing to maintain their sense of humor.
by Thom Gaines
Point, shoot, create!
by Jordan Sonnenblick
When his younger brother is diagnosed with leukemia, thirteen-year-old Steven tries to deal with his complicated emotions, his school life, and his desire to support his family.
by Troy Lanier
Serious about filmmaking? This is the book. It even has a clever title!
by Megan Nikolay
Got a boring closet? Fix it... with a book!
by Shannon Okey
Knitting for the adventurous teen.
by Christopher Hart
You've read manga; now create it!
by Megan Carle
'cus you can only eat so much PB&J.
by Dennis O'Neil
Comics have words and pictures. This is a book about the words.
by Bryan Talbot
This is a compilation of four books from the graphic novel series.
by Mark Salzman
Chronicles the author's first years teaching at Central Juvenile Hall, a lockup for Los Angeles's most violent teenage offenders.
by Jan Greenberg
Forget piercing, this guy took the whole ear!
by Mark Todd
It's time you wrote a zine. Just... just trust me: it's time.