|If your kids love reading, writing or drawing comics, then they'll probably love our Comics Club.|
You may be confused and wondering, "Aren't all of the comics at Mentor Library free?" And, yes, we have thousands of comics and graphic novels that you can check out without cost.
But Free Comic Book day is a special, once-a-year event where kids can read new stories from all kinds writers and artists—not just superheroes either. It's a fun way to expand your horizons without having to spend any cash.
So drop by and pick up some comics while the supply lasts. (And, once more, because we can't say it enough, thanks to Comics & Friends!)
|Our Comics Club doesn't just read and talk about comics. We write and draw our own sequential art, as well.|
Our Comics Club is for any 8- through 12-year-old who likes to read, talk about, or draw sequential art. (Not just superheroes either. We love everything from Amelia Rules to Batman to Bone.)
Our Comic Club meets from 7 to 8 p.m. on the first Tuesday of every month at our Main Branch. Our next meeting is May 5.
At a typical meeting, the kids talk about a special theme. Then we introduce the kids to graphic novels and comics that can be found in the library’s collection.
We close out each meeting with free time for the kids to draw or read.
To register a child for the Comics Club, call the library at (440) 255-8811 ext. 221.