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Q: Recommendation for graphic novels for teaching in Shenzhen?

I'm going to be teaching and I was wondering if graphic novels would have any measure of success with the kids, and whether or not it's possible to find some in Shenzhen. And if so, where?

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Some of the graphic novels that are the most popular are the one's made by the scholastic company. I've got several myself and I think they could be a good way to teach kids. Most kids won't be too interested in a book unless it has pictures or if you can paint a mental picture in their mind about what you are talking about. 

Also, after you finish the book and you show all the kids the pictures make sure you keep something in your pocket that can relate to something in the book. Like a lost key or a lost toy etc., and at the end ask the kids where did it go? Then take it out of your pocket and they will think that what you were talking about in the book actually came out in real life. 

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