The American Library Association awards the 2014 Will Eisner Graphic Novel Grants for Libraries to Michigan's Ypsilanti District Library and Montana’s Lewis & Clark Library at a recent convention held in Las Vegas.
The program rolled out two separate grants to each winning library to support their graphic novels programs -- with Ypsilanti District Library in Ypsilanti, Mi for their project Graphic Novels in Healthcare: An Opportunity for Growth, and Lewis & Clark Library in Helena, Montana for Graphically Yours. Read the Entire Article
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