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Ep4 - Comic Relief

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Why do people read comics or graphic novels? Is there a distinction between the two? Who reads comics? This episode delves into the world of comic reading to explore why comics hold such attraction for not just children and teens, but adults and seniors. We make a case that comics have a place for the entertainment, education, and edification of children and adults.

Episode Guests

  • Ms Felicia Low-Jimenez, Children’s Book Author and Founder of Difference Engine
  • Mr CT Lim, Educator and Country Editor for International Journal for Comic Art
  • Ms Teo Xing Zhi, Associate Librarian, NLB
  • Ms Sarah Mounsey, Director of Libraries at Dulwich College (Singapore)
  • Mr Tay Tze Ern and Ms Tay Min Ern

To find out more about the National Library Board comic and book offerings, you may refer to the following websites:

To read more about comics, you can explore the following links curated by Teoh Yong Qin:

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