NYT Graphic Books and Manga
Bestseller List for July 12, 2020
Jordan Banks, an artistically inclined seventh grader from Washington Heights, has a tough time navigating an upscale private school where diversity is low and maintaining his neighborhood friendships.
Nathan W Pyle
A sequel to “Strange Planet” that explores the subjects of traditions, nature, emotions and knowledge.
Raina finds her tummy trouble might be more than it first appears to be when she goes back to school.
MY HERO ACADEMIA, VOL. 24
The Meta Liberation Army prepares for a new metahuman revolution but Tomura plans to fight.
Balzer + Bray
The fourth book in the Emmie & Friends series. A middle school girl goes outside her comfort zone.
Shannon struggles to keep up with what is considered cool.
James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein, adapted Adam Rau and Betty C Tang
A graphic novel version of the story about a class clown trying to distract herself from serious matters.
Raina is stuck in the back seat between her younger brother and sister for a weeklong road trip in this family memoir.
MY HERO ACADEMIA, VOL. 1
In a world full of of people who can develop superpowers, Izuku Midoriya is just a “normal” teenager. Will a chance encounter with a superhero change his fate? Most likely!
Callie becomes the stage manager for her middle school’s production of "Moon Over Mississippi."
BABY-SITTERS LITTLE SISTER: KAREN'S WITCH
Ann M Martin
Karen wants to prove her neighbor is a witch named Morbidda Destiny.
FGTEEV PRESENTS: INTO THE GAME!
Four kids battle their way through video games to rescue Moomy and Duddy.
Raina experiences braces, boy troubles and other plagues of the sixth grade.
Nathan W Pyle
Moments from the life cycle of a planet’s inhabitants including “Being Gains a Sibling” and “Being Begins a Vocation.”
As she starts a new school year, Natalie learns to focus on who she is rather than who she isn’t.