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Sciency Comics

Here's a great post by Gene Luen Yang about science in comics.

Peek:  ". . . our society puts up a wall between activities it deems “left brain” and those it deems “right brain.” Math and science inhabit one world, art and story (and comics) another. But this division is artificial."

The list:

Primates by Jim Ottaviani and Maris Wicks

Clan Apis by Jay Hosler

Super Scratch Programming Adventure by Mitch Resnick and the Lead Project

Secret Coders by Gene Luen Yang and Mike Holmes

Howtoons by Saul Griffith and Nick Dragotta

Lego Instructions (This isn’t a book, so don’t go looking for it at your local bookstore.)

Meanwhile by Jason Shiga

Fleep by Jason Shiga

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I'm a freelance science writer based in Madison, WI. I also write sciency fiction for kids. My award-winning debut novel, THE REINVENTION OF EDISON THOMAS, was published by Front Street/Boyds Mills Press in March 2010.

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