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Jun 25

Manga Mania! by Cody Rasmussen

Posted to Campbell Unclassified on June 25, 2021 at 10:31 AM by Genesis Gaule

Were you aware that the genre of manga has a very long history? In fact it is speculated that some of the earliest art stories that could be considered manga have connections with material found from the 6th and 7th centuries. The term manga was first used in the 1800’s by the renowned Japanese artist, Hokusai.

With interest growing, the manga selection in the library is following suit. There are many manga that are good for the first-timer or for seasoned readers. Some of our manga in the collection are…

Yotsuba&!

by Kiyohiko Azuma

If you would like something for the younger readers, this is the manga for you. Experience the life and interactions of five year old Yotsuba and her adoptive father as they move to a new town. With no set plotline each new chapter is a new adventure for Yotsuba and the reader themselves.

Dr. Stone

by Riichiro Inagaki

"One fateful day, all of humanity was petrified by a blinding flash of light. After several millennia, high schooler Taiju awakens and finds himself lost in a world of statues. However, he's not alone! His science-loving friend Senku's been up and running for a few months and he's got a grand plan in mind--to kick-start civilization with the power of science!"--Back cover of Volume 1.

Pokémon

by Hidenori Kusaka

Spanning decades, this series of books has captivated and changed generations of readers. Exploring new lands and meeting new people and Pokémon alike, it brings a sense of wonder and adventure to each new reader.

S.A.

by Maki Minami

A school with classes separated by grade rankings, A-F. Those in Class A are said to be the top students, but what of those who are top ranked in that class? They are referred to as the S.A, or Special A. Follow Hikari Hanazono and her fellow S.A. classmates as they deal with competition for grades, while their feelings grow as a result.