Children’s Book Week Comic

Graphic Novel

The Children’s Book Week Comic is a free anthology comic featuring short stories from some of the biggest children’s graphic novel creators. The comic will be distributed for free online to celebrate Children’s Book Week. This comic promotes visual literacy and supplements under-resourced schools and libraries.

The contributors include:

Jeffrey Brown
Mike Cavallaro
Ben Costa and James Parks
Norm Feuti
David Gallagher and Steve Ellis
Charise Mericle Harper
Keith Knight
Falynn Koch
Laurent Linn
Mike Lawrence
Matt Loux
Mike Maihack
Matt McElligott
Chris Schweizer
Tillie Walden
Gene Luen Yang and John Patrick Green

The comic is available in two formats. Digital for reading on your computer, tablet, or smart phone, or a version you can print out and assemble.

Digital

Click the link to download the digital version

Print & Assemble

Follow these instructions to print out and assemble your own Children’s Book Week Comic.

  1. Click the link and download the Print & Assemble File
  2. Open the Print & Assemble File
  3. Print

Recommended Printer settings

It is recommended that you print in landscape orientation on standard 8.5 x 11” paper. Select Fit to Page and print double sided (Flip on Long Edge)

  1. Do not reorder the pages as they come out of the printer. When the comic is finished printing, fold the stack of pages in half along the dashed line. The number 14 should be folded onto the number 15 on the top page
  2. Turn the comic over and staple along the crease to secure the pages in place.

Color your comic!

More Resources

What is Children’s Book Week and how can you join in the celebrations?

Press release templates, logos, and more for promoting Children's Book Week and the Book Awards.

Tons of downloadable bookmarks, activities, and more for Book Week events!

Available Now: Our interactive map of participating Children's Book Week locations!

Information about our partners.

CBC Logo

Every Child a Reader is a 501(c)(3) charity supported by individual donations, grants, foundations, and the Children’s Book Council, a resource of news for teachers, parents and all those advice about books for kids and teens, including a great guide to ‘best of’ book lists in many categories!