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Graphic novels

Graphic novels are books with lots of pictures and words aimed at older readers, namely middle-graders (ages 7 to 10), tweens (ages 9 to 12), young adult readers (12 and up), and even adults.

Not surprisingly, every page of a graphic novel boasts graphics, which can come in the form of black-and-white illustrations, color illustrations, comics, or captured video/TV/movie photos. Most often, the illustrations look more comic-book-like than full-page picture book illustrations.

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