NYT Graphic Books and Manga
Bestseller List for November 15, 2020
Drew Ellis finds he must work 10 times as hard as his privileged classmates at the Riverdale Academy Day School.
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.
MY HERO ACADEMIA, VOL. 25
Tomura fights the leader of the Meta Liberation Army.
THE HORRIFYINGLY HAUNTED HACK-A-WEEN
When Mr. Krupp and Melvin campaign to make Halloween illegal, George and Harold create a workaround.
Raina finds her tummy trouble might be more than it first appears to be when she goes back to school.
BABY-SITTERS LITTLE SISTER: KAREN'S ROLLER SKATES
Ann M Martin
After taking a tumble, Karen sets out to get her friends and someone famous to sign her cast.
John Lewis and Andrew Aydin
The three volumes of Representative John Lewis's memoir of the civil rights movement.
MY HERO ACADEMIA, VOL. 1
Will Izuku Midoriya's chance encounter with a superhero change his fate? Most likely!
MY HERO ACADEMIA, VOL. 2
Midoriya can barely control the All Might’s abilities he inherited.
AVATAR, THE LAST AIRBENDER: THE SEARCH OMNIBUS
Gene Luen Yang
Fire Lord Zuko gets help to uncover the biggest secret of his life in this volume, which collects the "Search" trilogy.
THROUGH THE MOON
Rayla discovers that a lake on the Moon Nexus is a portal to a world between life and death.
Callie becomes the stage manager for her middle school’s production of "Moon Over Mississippi."
INVESTIGATORS: TAKE THE PLUNGE
John Patrick Green
Mango and Brash go undercover as city sewer workers to search for the criminal Crackerdile.
Raina experiences braces, boy troubles and other plagues of the sixth grade.
DEMON SLAYER: KIMETSU NO YAIBA, VOL. 1
A young charcoal seller must avenge his family by destroying the demon that slaughtered them.