As more graphic novels appear in libraries, so do challenges

The AP covers the literary world's hot new thing — graphic novels. They say libraries are increasingly facing complaints from some parents who are concerned that books with adult content could be read by children attracted to the comic book-like drawings.

"The bulk of our graphic novels are for young adults and they're very popular," Crump said, estimating the library's collection has gone from only a handful to around 75.

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