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GRAPHIC CLASSICS: Marvel 1602 Marvel 1602 Written by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Andy Kubert - This graphic novel takes the incredible conceit of setting the Marvel Universe in the time of Queen Elizabeth. It is a...
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08-07-2015 09-17-2013 No jwalsh 0

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Teens Library andy kubert, Comics, dr. strange, fantastic four, graphic classics, graphic novels, jamestown, marvel 1602, neil gaiman, nick fury, queen elizabeth, x-men jwalsh
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Plastic Bottle Flowers Did you know plastic bottles can be found polluting our beaches? In fact, they are the main source of pollution on beaches. You can recycle your plastic bottle or use it in an art project. Teens...
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04-08-2015 09-06-2013 No 0

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Kids Greening bottles, Eco-Crafts, Kids, plastic, Teens dfazio
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GRAPHIC CLASSICS - Persepolis Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood (2003) By Marjane Satrapi – Far superior to the movie and second volume which followed it, this beautiful graphic memoir is a spare, sometimes...
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08-07-2015 08-28-2013 No jwalsh 0

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Teens Library Comics, graphic classics, graphic novels, Iran, Islamic Revolution, Marjane Satrapi, Persepolis jwalsh
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NEW FEATURE: Graphic Classics Welcome to Graphic Classics! This new regular series will focus on some of the key works of graphic literature that are available on the shelves at Queens Library. Libraries have been buying...
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21-08-2013 08-21-2013 No jwalsh 1

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1 Comment Teens Library alex ross, Comics, dc comics, graphic classics, graphic novels, kingdom come, mark waid, superman Christian Zabriskie
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Origami Cranes All six of the community libraries in western Queens (Astoria, Broadway, Long Island City, Sunnyside, Steinway and Woodside) welcomed patrons to learn how to make origami cranes. The goal was to...
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06-08-2015 08-02-2013 No 0

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Arts Greening adults, cranes, Eco-Crafts, Kids, Origami, Teens jwalsh
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