Nate Powell is an Arkansas native and Eisner Award-winning cartoonist whose works include Swallow Me Whole (an Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist), Any Empire, and (with co-authors Congressman John Lewis and Andrew Aydin) the March trilogy, the final volume of which won the National Book Award for Young People's Literature. Powell is the first cartoonist to receive this honor. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana.
The Silence of Our Friends
written by Mark Long and Jim Demonakos; illustrated by Nate Powell
A New York Times-bestselling graphic novel based on the true story of two families—one white and one black—who find common ground as the civil rights struggle heats up in Texas.
The Year of the Beasts
Cecil Castellucci, illustrated by Nate Powell
Every summer the trucks roll in, bringing the carnival and its infinite possibilities to town. This year Tessa and her younger sister, Lulu, are unchaperoned and want to be first in line to experience...