Graphic Novel Panel: Growing Up with Graphics

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Politics & Prose
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Michael Cavna, author of the Washington Post "Comic Riffs" blog, moderates this panel discussion about graphic novels. Panelists include Eleanor Davis (Stinky), Nathan Hale (Rapunzel's Revenge), and Andrés Vera Martínez (Little White Duck: A Childhood in China).

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