Graphic Endeavors: Wed, Mar 29, 2017 - 12:00pm (Literacy House)

Date: 
Weekly every Wednesday 11 times
Location: 
Literacy House
Address: 
Literacy House
101 E North St
Arlington, TX 76011-7528

Graphic novels have exploded in popularity in the last two decades. Some of this is thanks to cinematic adaptations of popular characters. However, graphic novels aren't all superheroes and crime fighters. Join us for an exploration of acclaimed, award-winning non-fiction, biographical, and fictional graphic novels that will appeal to:

  • Reluctant or struggling readers
  • Those who wish to improve their English skills
  • Those looking to receive their high school equivalency diploma
  • Or any adult interested in history, culture, or the illustrated form!

This book club fuses education and entertainment in a fun social setting.

Registration for our fall session opens August 1st and closes September 1st. We will meet every Monday evening from 6-8 p.m. for 8 weeks. Books will be provided!

This Graphic Endeavors session will focus on Watchmen, considered by many to be the most influential graphic novel of the 20th century. Alan Moore's masterpiece blends the superhero genre with alternative reality in, as Time magazine wrote, "a work of ruthless psychological realism." Watchmen was named one of their all-time 100 best English language novels and is the recipient of both Hugo and Eisner Awards. 

We hope you'll sign up!

Registration is now closed. Please check our calendar for related upcoming programs.
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