Smile, written by Raina Telgemeier, is a coming-of-age graphic novel with its target demographic being those 8 to 12 years old. Smile is a true autobiography of Raina and it revolves specifically around her wanting to be an average sixth grader.
Is the book Smile a fiction book?
|Genre||Autobiography; Graphic novel; nonfiction|
|Publication date||February 2010|
Is Smile a memoir?
There are comic-style books aimed at older teenagers on every conceivable subject, but “Smile” is unusual. It’s a fictionalized memoir (some names and details have been changed), but also the equivalent of a Judy Blume novel: younger readers can turn to it for understanding and comfort.
Is Smile a girls book?
“Irresistible, funny and touching – a must read for all teenage girls, whether en-braced or not.”
Who wrote Smile the comic?
Why was drama a banned book?
Drama (written and illustrated by Raina Telgemeier) – Parents, librarians, and administrators banned this Stonewall Honor Award-winning graphic novel for young adults because it includes LGBT characters, was deemed sexually explicit, and was considered to have an offensive political viewpoint.
What kind of books does Raina Telgemeier make?
Raina Telgemeier is the author and illustrator of the graphic novels Smile, Drama, Sisters, Ghosts, and Guts, all #1 New York Times bestsellers. She also adapted and illustrated four graphic novel versions of Ann M. Martin’s Baby-Sitters Club series, and has contributed short stories to many anthologies.
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