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by Ryan Scicluna

In classrooms comics can be used as a complimentary tool to students’ studies. They allow students who find textbooks boring to have a combination of text and images as an aid. Comics also make lessons more interactive. Graphic Novel Library Malta is trying to do that by promoting them in classrooms around Malta and Gozo. Using comics and pop culture to educate on various topics will engage children who are difficult to reach. GNLM wants libraries to start collecting the medium to encourage students to read something they can relate to. •

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