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  1. This appeals to me and I’m adding it to my TBR. Another advantage to the graphic narrative is that it could invite a broader demographic to participate, maybe? I’ve been steadily trying to improve my French language skills for years (partly because both step-kids were in immersion programs) and I’m still more comfortable reading graphic narratives in French than full-text narratives. The visual cues are really helpful and the sense of moving through the story at a decent pace, even if you have to stop to look up definitions/translations is very encouraging.

  2. Absolutely! I think this is why my daugther loves reading comics like Calvin and Hobbes. She’s on the cusp of reading, so the pictures help her along

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