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Readiness.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Readiness.
   "Call Me Mr. Back-to-School"* (Fox Trot, Sept. 5, 1995) /
   by Bill Amend. -- Summary: Jason has his calculator,
   binder, and mechanical pencil all ready at 4 am on the
   first day of school. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "binders"
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Readiness.
   "Christ is Coming, Are You Ready?" / Pentti Otsamo. p.
   154-155 in Gare du Nord : an Anthology of Comics from
   Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Iceland (Stockholm :
   NordiComics, 1997). -- Call no.: PN6790.S33G313 1997
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Readiness.
   "Hedy is Ready!" (Patsy Walker) 7 p. in Patsy Walker, no.
   33 (Mar. 1951). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.M3P3no.31
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Readiness.
   "I Don't Feel Ready to Have a Family...I'm Only Six" (What
   a Guy, Apr. 26, 1993) / Bill Hoest. -- Setting: Dolls and a
   doll house. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "playing house"
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Readiness.
   "I Think We're Ready for Our Walk"* (The Buckets, July 1,
   1998) -- Summary: By the time the family is all ready to
   walk Dogzilla, it's dark out. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "walking the dog"
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Readiness.
   I Was Made Ready / by Sophia Kelly. -- New York : Price
   Stern Sloan, 2009. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- At head
   of title : Astro Boy the Movie. -- Movie novelization for
   children of the adventures of Astro Boy, a robot boy with
   special powers who lives in Metro City. -- Call no.:
   PN1997.5.A8 I2 2009
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Readiness.
   "I Wasn't Ready"* (Hagar the Horrible, Feb. 23, 1981) / Dik
   Browne. p. 87 in Battered Husbands (Redondo Beach, CA : H.
   Gregory Associates, 1991). -- Summary: Hagar proposes to
   settle something with Helga by arm wrestling, and he loses.
   -- Call no.: PN6231.H8G75 1991
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Readiness.
   "Judy Makes Ready" 2 p. text in A Date with Judy, no. 13
   (Oct./Nov. 1949). -- Begins: "Judy cocked her head
   philosophically at the telephone mouthpiece." -- Features
   Judy Foster. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3D3no.13
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Readiness.
   Little Mouse Gets Ready : a Toon Book / by Jeff Smith. --
   New York : Toon Books, an imprint of Candlewick Press,
   2013. -- 31 p. : col. ill. ; 16 x 23 cm. -- (Toon into
   Reading. Level 1) -- Summary (from OCLC): Little Mouse gets
   dressed to go to the barn with his mother, brothers, and
   sisters. -- Funny animal genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.S5835L48 2013
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Readiness.
   "Millennium Man!"* (Cathy, Aug. 24, 1999) / Guisewite. --
   Summary: Irving's ready for the new century. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "Y2K"
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Readiness.
   "The New House is Ready"* (Rex Morgan, M.D., Feb. 29, 2000)
   / Wilson and DiPreta. -- Summary: Rex will call the movers
   tomorrow. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "moving"
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Readiness.
   "Rough and Ready" (Zachary Taylor) 3 p. in True Comics, no.
   79 (Oct. 1949) ; reprinted (p. 99-101) in Children's
   Digest, no. 68 (May 1957). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.79.
   Call no.: AP201.C46no.68
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Readiness.
   "Secrets of Success in Sports" / by John Gartner ; Ed
   Hunter. p. 3-8 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 11,
   no. 4 (Oct. 20, 1955). -- "Secret number 1: A successful
   athlete is always physically ready." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.11 no.4
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Readiness.
   "Semper Paratus : Always Ready : This is the United States
   Coast Guard" / Vic Donahue. p. 9-14 in Treasure Chest of
   Fun and Fact, v. 11, no. 4 (Oct. 20, 1955). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.11 no.4
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Readiness.
   "So Sudden and Exciting"* (Mark Trail, July 30, 1997) /
   Jack Elrod. -- Summary: Mrs. Kennedy is happy to meet the
   Congressman and his family, and seems ready to give fishing
   a try. -- Key words: Geese, docks. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55
   "Excitement"
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Readiness.
   U.S.A. is Ready! [microform] -- New York : Dell Publishing
   Company, 1941. -- 64 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Army,
   navy, air force, marines, coast guard." -- Color microfiche
   by P.J. Iacovone. -- Film appears to lack 2 p. (one
   opening). -- Partly comics, partly static illustrations and
   text about the United States armed forces preparednesss for
   World War II. -- Call no.: PN6728.25.D38U2 1941m
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Readiness.
   "You Don't Look Ready Yet"* (Cathy, June 23, 1986) / by
   Cathy Guisewite. -- Summary: Andrea tries to get into the
   maternity ward. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "maternity wards"
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Reading, Martian.
   Streetcomix. -- Birmingham, Eng. : AR:ZAK, -- ill. ; 30 cm.
   -- Other title, no. 3: Streetquomix. -- "AR:ZAK is Paul
   Fisher, Martian Reading and Hunt Emerson." -- Underground
   genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 3 (1977). -- Call no.:
   PN6738.S76397
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Reading, Val.
   Entry (p. 142) in Dictionary of British Comic Artists,
   Writers, and Editors, by Alan Clark (London : The British
   Library, 1998). -- Call no.: PN6735.C513 1998
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Reading

 See also Reading Comics


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"The Reading!" / Frank Brunner, story and art. 5 p. in Alien
   Worlds, no. 9 (Jan. 1985). -- Call no.: PN6728.5.P3A45no.9
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Reading.
   "According to This Quiz, You're a Male Chauvinist Pig"
   (Herman, copyright 1978) / by Unger. p. 10 in Battered
   Husbands (Redondo Beach, CA : H. Gregory Associates, 1991).
   -- Summary: He's doing the dishes, she's reading a
   magazine. -- Call no.: PN6231.H8G74 1991
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Reading.
   "Ah, Vanity, Vanity, thy name is a 40-Year-Old man with
   Failing Eyesight!" (Fair Game, July 28, 1997) / by
   Stephanie Piro. -- Key word: Reading. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "Vanity"
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Reading.
   "As Long As You Get Your Housework Out Of The Way First"*
   (Hagar the Horrible, Mar. 20, 1991) / Chris Browne. p. 55
   in Battered Husbands (Redondo Beach, CA : H. Gregory
   Associates, 1991). -- Summary: Hernia says she'll let
   Hamlet read all he wants after they're married. -- Call
   no.: PN6231.H8G74 1991
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Reading.
   "Be Ready for the Big Twist on Page 87"* (Frazz, Aug. 27,
   2015) / by Jef Mallett. -- Summary: Mrs. Olsen and
   Caulfield talk about reading a book called Evan the
   Terrible. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "reading"
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Reading.
   "Be Sure to Ask about Side Effects" (Cornered, July 6,
   1998) / Mike Baldwin. -- Summary: Two men with canes are
   sitting on a park bench; one is reading about Viagra, the
   one speaking has a very very small head. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "viagra"
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Reading.
   "The Big Book"* (Li'l Eight Ball) 6 p. in New Funnies, no.
   97 (Mar. 1945). -- Summary: Eight Ball likes to study
   insects, but Woodrow Washington Wilson Jr. reads books, so
   he needs to compete for Honeysuckle's attention. Eight Ball
   asks the librarian for the biggest book in the library, and
   he gets one that he can hardly carry; then he gets more and
   more books because Woodrow and Honeysuckle make fun of him
   for having only one book. The library burns down, but Eight
   Ball has saved the day because he had all the books in his
   house. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.D4F8no.97
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Reading.
   "Big Brother was a Little Unbelievable"* (The Buckets, Feb.
   15, 2008) / by Greg Craven & Scott Stantis. -- Summary:
   Toby has been reading George Orwell's 1984. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "1984"
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Reading.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Reading.
   "Blank Pages"* (Bookworm Benny) 1/2 p. in Li'l Kids, no. 8
   (Oct. 1972). -- Begins: Is that a good book you're reading,
   Benny? -- Call no.: PN6728.4.M3L5no.8
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Reading.
   "Bobo Rides a Flying Saucer" (Detective Chimp) / John
   Broome, script ; Carmine Infantino, pencils ; Joe Giella,
   inks. 6 p. in The Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog, no. 22
   (July/Aug. 1955). -- Summary: After reading Mystery in
   Space and Strange Adventures, Bobo attempts to repel an
   invasion of miniature flying saucers. -- Data from Gene
   Reed via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.: Film
   15791r.607
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Reading.
   "Brushing Up on his Plato" (Our Boarding House, Aug. 3,
   1964) / Bill Freyse. -- Summary: The Major is hiding and
   reading in the hayloft to avoid work, except at mealtimes.
   -- Call no.: PN6728f.O8F6 1934v.17
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Reading.
   "But Only What Snoopy and Garfield Say"* (Beetle Bailey,
   Sept. 24, 1998) / Mort Walker. -- Summary: Otto's laughing
   at the newspaper, turns out he can read. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "reading"
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Reading.
   "A Case for Reading" / Deni Loubert. p. 111-112 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 102 (Sept. 1985). -- Editorial about
   literacy, illiteracy, and the Business Council for
   Effective Literacy, and the Literacy Volunteers of America.
   -- Data from Pete Coogan. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.102
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Reading.
   "Chop Up a Small Onion and Sauté Until Tender"* (Garfield,
   Aug. 14, 1990) / Jim Davis. -- Summary: Garfield asks Jon
   to read him a bedtime story. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "cookbooks"
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Reading.
   "Cocinero" ; p. 39 in Condorito Gigante, no. 418 (1996?) --
   SUMMARY: Condorito applies for a job at a restaurant, but
   he can't cook so they offer to buy him some cookbooks, but
   he can't read.
   k. Condorito. k. Restaurants. k. Jobs. k. Cooking. k.
   Cookbooks. k. Reading. k. Literacy. Call no.:
   PN6790.M44C568no.418
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Reading.
   Comprehension : Cartoons that Teach Reading Skills /
   written and created by Charles Klasky; illustrated by Bron
   Smith. -- Huntington Beach, Calif. : Creative Teaching
   Press, 1979. -- 30 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Each page is a
   2-tier comic strip with multiple-choice questions about its
   content. -- Grades 4-6. -- Call no.: LB1044.9.C59K55 1979
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Reading.
   "Conspiracy to Make Him Read"* (Walnut Cove, Aug. 1, 1997)
   / Cullum & Marshall. -- Summary: There's nothing good on
   television. -- Key words: Remotes, channel surfing. -- Call
   no.: PN6726f.B55 "Reading"
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Reading.
   "Counterculture" 1 p. in National Lampoon Presents Claire
   Bretecher (New York: National Lampoon Magazine, 1978). --
   Summary: A group talks about summer reading plans (Joyce,
   Dickens, Pynchon, Bellow, Wolfe, Coover, Levi-Strauss)
   until one of them mentions Mickey Spillane and Santana. --
   Call no.: PN6747.B7A25 1978
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Reading.
   "Cowboy Critic" (Out Our Way, Sept. 15, 1953) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: They're reading Julius Caesar in the
   bunkhouse. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Shakespeare"
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Reading.
   "Dead Man's Diary" 6 p. in Sensation Mystery, no. 116
   (July/Aug. 1953). -- Begins: "It's incredible! Everything
   I've read in this novel has actually happened to me!" --
   Call no.: Film 15791r.603
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Reading.
   "Did You Know James Polk Died of Debilitating Diarrhea?"*
   (White Girl, July 25, 2007) / Kate Cosgrove. -- Summary:
   She's reading a book about U.S. presidents. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "diarrhea"
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Reading.
   "Dogs Are From Pluto"* (Bound & Gagged, Aug. 6, 1996) /
   Summers. -- Summary: A dog is reading a book titled Men are
   from Mars, Women are from Venus, Dogs are from Pluto. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "pluto"
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Reading.
   "Escuela" (Condorito) p. 45 in Condorito de Oro, no. 74
   (Aug. 2001). -- 2 tiers. Ungenio doesn't send his son
   Genito to school, because since he can't read he'd be
   bored. -- Call no.: PN6790.M44C5675no.74
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Reading.
   "Even If We Could Double Our IQ, We Wouldn't Be any
   Brighter than a Can of Corn"* (Rubes, June 14, 2001) / by
   Leigh Rubin. -- Summary: A chicken is reading a book on
   brain power. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "I.Q."
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Reading.
   50 Things to Do with a Book : (Now that Reading is Dead) /
   Bruce McCall. -- New York : Itbooks, 2009. -- 100 p. : ill.
   ; 19 cm. -- Humor and cartoons. -- Call no.: PN6231.B62M3
   2009
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Reading.
   "Flem Enjoys Just Sitting and Reading on His Front Porsche"
   (Long Overdue, Sept. 3, 1988) / by John Long. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "Porsches"
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Reading
   "Florence Nightingale"* (A Date with Judy) 6 p. in A Date
   with Judy, no. 13 (Oct./Nov. 1949). -- Begins: "Hi, Judy!"
   "Hello, Oogie! Come In!" -- Summary: Judy reads a book and
   wants to become a nurse. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3D3no.13
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Reading.
   "From Now On You're a Dog!"* (Chucky and Bub) 6 p. in
   Animal Crackers, no. 9 (1959). -- Summary: Chucky and Bub
   are young pigs who hide in a library to avoid a truant
   officer. Bub reads a book on hypnotism, and hypnotizes
   himself into thinking he's a dog. Then both the dog-catcher
   and the truant officer chase them. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.G74A5no.9
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Reading.
   "Full-Scale Procrastination Attack"* (The Boondocks, Aug.
   17, 2000) / Aaron McGruder. -- Summary: Huey addresses the
   lawnmowing problem by reading a book on procrastination. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawnmowing"
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Reading.
   "Good News" / Moebius. 2 p. in Moebius 1/2 (Anaheim, CA :
   Graphitti Designs, 1991). -- Summary: Tony reads in the
   newspaper that he and Margaret are quits; he murders her
   and the police find him by reading it in the newspaper. --
   Originally in Hara-Kiri in 1963 or 1964. -- Call no.:
   PN6747.G5M6213 1991
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Reading.
   "Le Grand Combat" p. 34-50 in Sous le Ciel de l'Ouest /
   textes et dessins de Morris, in Lucky Luke : Spécial 2
   (Marcinelle-Charleroi, Belgique : Dupuis, 1980). --
   Summary: Lucky Luke comes across a fellow who can't read,
   but who can knock out a charging bull with one punch, and
   who carries his horse when the horse needs a rest. The
   man's name is Percival Belden. Lucky Luke offers to be his
   manager and set up a boxing match with Killer Kelly, as
   Kelly is offering a $10,000 prize to anyone who can beat
   him. Percival agrees because he'd like to have enough money
   to marry Rosita, and so "Battling Belden the Butcher" is
   born. After a full set of gags about boxing and betting,
   the fight is about to begin when Rosita is kidnapped. A
   note says that if Belden wins the fight he'll never see
   Rosita again. Belden gets in the ring and starts letting
   himself be knocked down, while Lucky Luke rides out in
   search of Rosita, returning just in time to allow Belden to
   win the match with one punch. -- Call no.: PN6747.M64L804
   1980
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Reading.
   "He Could Have Played on the Senior Tour"* (Peanuts, May
   16, 1988) / Schulz. reproduced on p. 130 of Golf in the
   Comic Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing
   Group, 1997). -- Summary: Charlie Brown reads that Noah
   lived to be 950 years old, and Snoopy reacts. -- Call no.:
   PN6726.G595 1997
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Reading.
   "He Doesn't Feel that a Mower Blade is Really Sharp Until
   You Can Read a Newspaper Through It"* (Crankshaft, May 16,
   2001) / Batiuk & Ayers. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "lawnmower blades"
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Reading.
   "Help! I Can't Read!"* 1 p. in Cowboy Henk: King of Dental
   Floss / by Kamagurka & Herr Seele (Ghent, Belgium: Scissors
   Books, 1994). -- 19th story -- Call no.: PN6790.N43K3 C619
   1994
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Reading.
   "Hey Beano, You Lug, Cut Out the Noise, I'm Tryin' to
   Read!"* (Bob and Beano) / Jack Lehti, art. 6 p. in
   Startling Comics, no. 1 (June 1940). -- Introduction of
   Bob, Beano, and Miss Hayes ; villains introduced are Butch
   and his gang. -- This is the only appearance of this
   feature. -- Data from Lou Mougin, Henry Steele, Hames Ware,
   Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr. via the Grand Comics Database Project.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.S73S75m no.1
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Reading.
   "Hi Ho Silver, Awaaaaaay!?"* (Liberty Meadows, June 15,
   1998) / by Frank Cho. -- Summary: Truman's reading a Lone
   Ranger book, and gets an idea (complete with light bulb) to
   ride Oscar like a horse. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Lone
   Ranger"
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Reading.
   "His Dog Hated Him"* (Peanuts, Dec. 2, 1991) / Charles M.
   Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown reads about someone who
   had fame and fortune but was never happy, and Snoopy knows
   the reason why. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "fortunes"
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Reading.
   "How Much Longer are You Going to Shake that Tablecloth?"*
   (Herman, copyright 1987) / by Jim Unger. p. 80 in Battered
   Husbands (Redondo Beach, CA : H. Gregory Associates, 1991).
   -- Summary: A wife is reading in a lawn chair and nagging
   her husband about cleaning up; his tablecloth is between
   her chair and a large bull. -- Call no.: PN6231.H8G75 1991
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Reading.
   "How to Drive a Zamboni"* (Peanuts, Oct. 20, 1997) / by
   Schulz. -- Summary: Patty says the money is in figure
   skating, and Marcie asks her what book she's reading. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "figure skating"
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Reading.
   "How to Overcome Physical Handicaps"* (B.C., July 15, 1985)
   / Hart. -- Summary: The snake is reading a book, and he
   can't put it down. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "handicaps"
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Reading.
   "How to Read Li'l Abner Intelligently" / by Arthur J.
   Brodbeck and David M. White, p. 218-223 in "Comic Books and
   Cartoon Strips." p. 187-224 in Mass Culture : The Popular
   Arts in America (Glencoe, Ill. : Free Press, 1957)
   1. Li'l Abner. 2. Capp, Al. I. Brodbeck, Arthur J. II.
   White, David Manning. k. Reading. Call no.: E169.1.R7755
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Reading.
   "I Did Absolutely Nothing, and I Don't Feel Guilty at
   All!"* (For Better or For Worse, April 14, 2004) / Lynn. --
   Summary: He's been reading (and ogling) on the beach, so El
   shouldn't feel guilty about buying things. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "the beach"
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Reading.
   "I Got Cookie a French Cookbook"* (Beetle Bailey, Mar. 20,
   1997) / Mort Walker. -- Summary: Zero thinks Sarge's idea
   is funny, because Cookie can't read French. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "cookbooks"
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Reading.
   "I Haven't Had a Chance to Read the Newspaper Regularly
   since I was a Puppy"* (Martin T. McNamara, Oct. 8, 1984) /
   by Goheen. -- Student strip in Michigan State University
   newspaper, The State News. -- Summary: A dog is grateful
   that a newspaper has been left on the floor. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "puppies"
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Reading.
   "I Just Finished Reading Hamlet--Man was That Cat Ever
   Uptight!" (Tizzy, June 2, 1970) / by Kate Osann. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Hamlet"
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Reading.
   "I Like Reading About Cars"* (Grizzwells, June 25, 1998) /
   by Bill Schorr. -- Summary: Tuck is thinking about writing
   an autobiography. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "autobiography"
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Reading.
   "I Told You He'd Stop"* (Liberty Meadows, Jan. 26, 1998) /
   by Frank Cho. -- Summary: Brandy tells Frank to ignore
   Oscar's begging; she goes on reading Animal Psychology,
   while Oscar unseats Frank and gets the sandwich. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "psychology"
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Reading.
   "I Was Hoping God was a Little More Furry"* (Sydney, Jan.
   21, 1986) / by Scott Stantis. -- Summary: Sydney reads that
   God created man in His image, and is disappointed. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "God"
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Reading.
   "I Was Reading the Cookbook Upside Down"* (The Lockhorns,
   Jan. 17, 1991) / Hoest & Reiner. -- Summary: Loretta visits
   Leroy in the hospital. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cooking"
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Reading.
   "If You Want a Great Vocabulary and Command of Language,
   don't Read Books, Read Book Reviews"* (Betty, June 22,
   1993) / D&R. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "vocabulary"
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Reading.
   "I'll be Glad when the Puppy is Finally Paper Trained,
   Laura"* (Adam, Nov. 17, 1984) / by Brian Basset. --
   Summary: Adam has to read the sports section on the floor.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "puppies"
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Reading.
   "I'll Start Reading Tomorrow"* / Charles Schulz. p. 5 in
   The Comics Journal, no. 205 (June 1998). -- (Blood &
   Thunder) -- Two-panel response to The Comics Journal, no.
   200, which included a Schulz interview and tributes. --
   Call no.: PN6700.C62no.205
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Reading.
   Index entry (p. 184) to Principes des Littératures
   Dessinées / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2,
   2003). -- Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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Reading.
   Index entry (p. 140) to Understanding Comics, by Scott
   McCloud (New York : HarperCollins, 1994) Call no.:
   PN6710.M39 1994
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Reading.
   "Inner Torture"* (The Far Side, Oct. 22, 1993) / by Gary
   Larson. -- Summary: Surrounded by bound prisoners in a
   dungeon, a hooded guard reads a book titled Inner Torture.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "reading"
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Reading.
   "Inside of a Dog, It's Too Dark To Read"* (Pickles, Feb. 7,
   1998) / by Brian Crane. -- Summary: Nelson asks Grandpa why
   he reads so much, and he says that outside of a dog,
   reading is man's best friend. Roscoe sticks his head up in
   surprise at the punch line. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "reading"
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Reading.
   "It Calls for Too Much Exertion"* (Out Our Way, Feb. 7,
   1973) / Neg Cochran. -- (When You'd Love To Live Forever)
   -- Summary: There's too much snow for Pa and Grandpa to
   deal with, Ma's going to call a neighbor boy, and the men
   settle in to smoke and read the paper. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "smoking"
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Reading.
   "It Says Dogs and Their Owners Start to Resemble Each
   Other"* (Mother Goose and Grimm, Nov. 5, 1991) / Mike
   Peters. -- Summary: Mother Goose reads from the newspaper,
   then they both gag. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "gagging"
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Reading.
   "It's a Good Thing I Can't Read"* (Garfield, Feb. 9, 1984)
   / Jim Davis. -- Summary: Garfield has hidden successfully
   in the dog biscuit jar, though he didn't enjoy his stay. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog food"
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Reading.
   "I've Cracked the Code to the Big, Wide World of Books!"*
   (Fair Game, July 2, 2004) / by Stephanie Piro. -- Summary:
   About reading. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "codes"
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Reading.
   "Joke Page" p. 22 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 14,
   no. 2 (Sept. 25, 1958). -- Four gag cartoons, about dogs
   writing, zoo animals spending money, bears hitchhiking, and
   horses reading. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.14no.2
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Reading.
   "Just Read the Book"* (Stone Soup, Oct. 7, 2015) / by Jan
   Eliot. -- Summary: Val tells Holly not to use Cliff's notes
   for her English class reading homework. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "reading"
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Reading.
   "Kidnapped in His Sleep"* (Dr. Daniels) p. 21-26 in
   Treasure Chest of Fun & Facts, v. 3, no. 8 (Dec. 9, 1947).
   -- Summary: Dr. Daniels falls asleep reading a mystery, and
   dreams an adventure. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.3no.8
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Reading.
   "Let Me Just Read Today's Specials" (Drawing a Crowd, June
   13, 2002) / Benita Epstein. -- Summary: The waiter is
   reading from a butcher's chart drawn on a cow. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "beef"
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Reading.
   "Little Morons and Big Idiots Torture the Checkered Demon
   by Reading Childrens Books to Him" / S. Clay Wilson. 1 p.
   in Zap Comix, no. 14 (1998). -- Single full-page drawing.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.45.P7Z3no.14
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Reading.
   "Le Livre Maudit" (Cap'tain Swing) p. 3-66 in Cap'tain
   Swing, no. 114 (Sept. 2003). -- Summary: The Redcoat
   soldiers arrest a man in the street who complains loudly of
   his fate, but when he is taken to the commanding officer it
   turns out he's an undercover agent, a traitor turning over
   a list of patriots' names. Lord Marmaduke Langsburry, an
   emisary direct from the King in London, witnesses the
   transaction and asks to see the list. Lord Langsburry
   pockets the list, then removes his beard to reveal that he
   is indeed Captain Swing. In short order the traitor is
   dead, and the fine carriage that brought "Langsburry" has
   left at a gallop. The British soldiers take off after the
   carriage, making it easy for Swing to sneak out of the
   headquarters to hide with his old friend Professor
   Griffith. The professor is puzzling over an old Rosicrucian
   book he bought from an antiquarian book dealer in
   Strasbourg. The reading isn't going well since it's
   Greco-Latino-Hebraic in runic characters. By chance, a
   soldier has seen Swing enter Griffith's house, so the
   soldiers come and the two have to flee. Also there is a
   sinister-looking bald man lurking in the house looking for
   a chance to steal the book. The professor takes the book
   with him, and they ride to Fort Ontario. Betty sets the
   professor up with a place to study. The creepy bald man
   returns to his home as well, on Black Skull Mountain, which
   is not far from Fort Ontario. He thinks awhile, then sends
   one of his superstitious Black servants, named Mumbulah, to
   go to Fort Ontario on Lake Ontario and retrieve the book,
   no matter whose life it costs. Meanwhile Griffith suddenly
   figures out the book, and it makes him crazy. He babbles
   nonsense and ancient-sounding words, and tries to kill
   Mister Bluff's dog, Pouik, by hanging it by the neck with a
   rope. Griffith's raving is so violent they have to tie him
   up. Mumbulah arrives at the fort and tries to steal the
   book, but gets locked up for his trouble. Hibou thinks
   sorcery is involved. Taking the book, Swing rides out from
   Lake Ontario for a few hours to a mountain cave full of
   books, bottles and a smoking brazier. Swing asks the wise
   man there to take a look at the book, and the wise man is
   interested. He says to come back in a few days when he's
   studied the book. Meanwhile, the strange bald man from
   Black Skull Mountain shows up at Fort Ontario asking for
   lodging. As he enters both Griffith and Mumbulah can be
   heard raving from their respective lockups, and Mister
   Bluff wonders if it might be the weather causing it. Hibou
   says that Indians lose their spirit in captivity too, and
   in sympathy lets Mumbulah out for some exercise. Mumbulah
   sees his master and immediately commits suicide by jumping
   from a tower. Then the bald man hypnotizes Betty from
   behind without her having even seen him. He tells her to go
   to town and buy a blue dress, and when she leaves the fort
   on foot he kidnaps her. When Swing comes back from
   delivering the book to his guru, a ransom note is found.
   The Rosicrucian book must be brought to Black Skull
   Mountain in exchange for Betty's life. Swing, Bluff and
   Hibou retrace Swing's path to retrieve the book, and arrive
   just as the wise man has deciphered it. He also starts
   raving and has to be tied up. The bald man gets excited
   when he mentally feels the book approaching, the book that
   was "stolen from them at Tubingen." The man tries to
   capture Swing rather than release Betty, and in the
   struggle the book and the whole house are burned to ashes.
   At that moment both of the raving scholars are released
   from their spells miles apart. They get together at Fort
   Ontario and agree that the destruction of the book was a
   good thing. The one from the mountain, the one that Swing
   calls "master," quotes Shakespeare: "There are more things
   in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosopy."
   -- Call no.: PN6748.C336no.114
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Reading.
   "Looks Like Vacation Plans are Under Way at Last!"* (The
   Neighbors, July 21, 1949) / by George Clark. -- Summary:
   Two girls are on the porch reading movie magazines, and
   overhearing their parents. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "movie
   magazines"
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Reading.
   "Lost Cow Noisemaker"* (Cul de Sac, Apr. 18, 2008) / by
   Richard Thompson. -- Summary: Dad's reading to the class
   and we hear a big "Mooo". -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "noisemakers"
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Reading.
   Mark and the Gillys in Reading / by Aya Rothwell. -- United
   States : Aya Rothwell, 2011. -- 12 p. : col. ill. ; 10 x 11
   cm. -- Fantasy and new wave genres. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.55.R637M3 2011
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Reading.
   "The Mentoring Gig"* (Over the Hedge, July 31, 1997) /
   Fry-Lewis. -- Key words: Decisions, reading, movies, The
   Iliad, Mr. Magoo, recliners, western civilization. -- Call
   no.: PN6726f.B55 "Mr. Magoo
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Reading.
   Mighty Morphin Power Rangers : Morph into Reading / Cheryl
   Saban, editorial consultant. -- Racine, Wis. : Western
   Publishing Company, 1994. -- 56 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- (A
   Golden Book) -- "Workbook, ages 5 and up." -- A coloring
   and activity book. -- Call no.: PN1992.77.M53C6 1994b
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Reading.
   "Mr. Wilson Says I'm a Itch He Can't Scratch" (Dennis the
   Menace, Mar. 31, 1993) / Ketcham. -- Situation: Dennis' dad
   is reading the newspaper and smoking a pipe. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "smoking"
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Reading.
   Mit Comics Lesen Lernen / Wolfgang J. Fuchs. -- 5 p. : ill.
   ; 22 cm. -- Photocopy from: Jugend, Film, Fernsehen (Jg.
   18, 1974)
   1. Education through comics. I. Fuchs, Wolfgang J., 1945-
   II. Jugend, Film, Fernsehen. k. Reading. Call no.:
   LB1044.9.C59F8 1974
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Reading.
   "The New House"* (Oswald Rabbit) 6 p. in New Funnies, no.
   102 (Aug. 1945). -- Summary: Oswald and Toby are moving to
   a new house. Toby is reading on the couch when the movers
   come, so he rides in the van. After they settle in, an army
   of termites approaches. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.D4F8no.102
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Reading.
   "The 19th Phantom Witnessed the Great War in Many Guises,
   as Walker"* (Phantom, June 17, 2013) / DePaul & Ryan. --
   Summary: Shows the Phantom reading in his cave, and men in
   trenches. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "World War I"
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Reading.
   "No News, Good News"* (The Pitts, June 3, 1993) / by Tom
   Roy. -- Summary: A man in a propeller beanie is reading a
   blank newspaper. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "newspapers"
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Reading.
   "Not Counting What It Cost in Canada"* (Willy 'n Ethel,
   April 14, 2004) / Joe Martin. -- Summary: Ethel bets the
   first thing Willy reads in a mystery novel is the last
   page. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Canada"
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Reading.
   "On the Mark" (Archie) 11 p. in Archie's Double Digest, no.
   213 (Dec. 2010). -- Begins: "Great catch, Chuck! no, great
   pass, Mark!" -- Football story, about a star player who
   can't read. -- Call no.: PN6728.A7A73no.213
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Reading.
   Phonics Comics. -- Norwalk, CT : Innovative Kids, 2005- .
   -- col. ill. ; 25 cm. -- Educational genre, for reading
   practice. -- LIBRARY HAS:
      v. 7: no. 1
      v. 8: no. 1
      v. 13: no. 1
      v. 15: no. 1
   -- Call no.: PN6728.P482 2005
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Reading.
   "Pining Away for Kudzu Dubose"* (Kudzu, Sept. 16, 1987) /
   Marlette. -- Summary: Ida Mae Wombat reads her essay about
   her Summer vacation, which included computer camp, selling
   dental floss door-to-door, rushing the stage when Leonard
   Nimoy appeared at an sf convention in Atlanta, and writing
   Kudzu's name in magic markers all over her loose-leaf
   notebook. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "dental floss"
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Reading.
   "Playdog"* (Beetle Bailey, Oct. 22, 1970) / Mort Walker. --
   Summary: Otto can't read, but he likes looking at the
   pictures in his magazine. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "reading"
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Reading.
   "Pop and the Salesmen"* (The Adventures of Ozzie and
   Harriet) 9 p. in Ozzie and Harriet, no. 3 (Feb./Mar. 1950).
   -- Begins: "Ozzie, what are you reading?" -- Summary: Ozzie
   has to deal with the aftermath of his having bought a
   cookbook and bunch of gadgets from a door-to-door salesman
   while Harriet was away. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3 O9no.3
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Reading.
   "Prone to Lying?"* (Feet of Clay, July 28, 1997) / Chris
   Harding. -- Summary: The boss sees a master's degree from
   Harvard on the resumé, but has read in a magazine that
   chimpanzees are prone to lying. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55
   "Harvard"
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Reading.
   Raising a Reader : How Comics & Graphic Novels Can Help
   Your Kids Love to Read / by Meryl Jaffe ; introduction by
   Jennifer L. Holm. -- New York : Comic Book Legal Defense
   Fund, 2014. -- 16 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Free Comic Book
   Day ; 2014) -- Call no.: Z1003.J3 2014
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Reading.
   "A Real Wheel-Turner"* (Betty, Jan. 22, 1993) / D&R. --
   Summary: Betty's reading a book on her exercise bike. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "exercycles"
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Reading.
   "Required Reading" (Betty and Veronica) 1 p. in Archie's
   Girls Betty and Veronica, no. 10 (Fall 1953). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.A7A65no.10
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Reading.
   "The Robert Frost Caddy School"* (B.C., Aug. 31, 1984) /
   Hart. reproduced on p. 131 of Golf in the Comic Strips, ed.
   by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group, 1997). --
   Summary: The caddy reads the green, saying, 'The blades are
   lovely, green and slick, Just perfect for your putting
   stick'. -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Reading.
   "Rollerbladers"* (Berry's World, Aug. 1, 1997) / Jim Berry.
   -- Undated panel; date from appearance in The Detroit News.
   -- Summary: The rollerblading chauffeur pulls the
   newspaper-reading boss on a tether. -- Call no.:
   PN6726f.B55 "Rollerblades"
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Reading.
   "Romance, Physical Attraction Figure in Today's Scenario"
   (Horrorscope, Aug. 26, 1997) / Kelso & Rickner. -- Summary:
   The victim is in the hospital reading a book: Sex after a
   Heart Attack. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "heart attacks"
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Reading.
   "Seasick in Port"* (Shorty) 1 p. in Superman, no. 16
   (May/June 1942). -- Begins: "I better read up on this!" --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.N3S8no.16
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Reading.
   "Shall I Take That as a No, Robert Ludlum?"* (Not Even
   Funny, Oct. 22, 1993) / by Dan Korbas and Justin Bill. --
   Summary: Max asks if he's read Ayn Rand, and he chokes and
   asks for some Clancy, Louis L'Amour, and John LeCarre. --
   College strip, Michigan State University. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "reading"
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Reading.
   "She Never Met Tiger Woods"* (Peanuts, Apr. 28, 1997) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: Linus wants the teacher to read Alice
   in Wonderland. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Alice in
   Wonderland"
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Reading.
   Sir Orson to the Rescue! / written by Jim Kraft ; designed
   and illustrated by Brett Koth, Betsy Brackett, Thomas
   Howard, Dwight Ferris and Dan Haskett. -- New York : Bantam
   Books, 1989. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. -- "From the
   creator of Garfield." -- At head of title: Jim Davis, U.S.
   Acres. -- Summary (from SkyRiver): A barnyard pig, who
   dreams of being a knight, discovers how contagious a love
   of reading can be when he sets off on a quest to find the
   thief who stole his favorite King Arthur book. -- Funny
   animal fiction. -- Call no.: PN6728.U2S5 1989
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Reading.
   "So I Can Read Snoopy"* (Cathy, Nov. 18, 1988) / Guisewite.
   -- Summary: Electra understands why Cathy puts newspaper on
   the floor. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "reading"
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Reading.
   "Sorry, No Vacancy"* (Priscilla's Pop, July 11, 1969) / Al
   Vermeer. -- Summary: Oliver reads a news report about
   homeless dogs, then looks at his comfortable dog house, and
   hangs a sign. -- Call no.: PN6728.P76F6 1947v.12
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Reading.
   "Sounds Like My First Marriage"* (Single Slices, 1990) / by
   Peter Kohlsaat. reproduced on p. 164 of Golf in the Comic
   Strips, ed. by Howard Ziehm (General Publishing Group,
   1997). -- Summary: Reading the description of the next
   hole: dogleg right, blind approach, water hazard,
   bunkers... -- Call no.: PN6726.G595 1997
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Reading.
   "That'll Be Five Bucks!"* (Eek and Meek, Feb. 11, 1971) /
   Schneider. -- Summary: Meek stops at 'Eek's Free Advice"
   for some advice, and Eek says not to believe everything you
   read. -- The characters are mice. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "advice"
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Reading.
   "There's a Guy at the Door Wants to Know What I Think of
   Women's Lib. What Shall I Tell Him?" (Herman, copyright
   1978) / by Unger. p. 105 in Battered Husbands (Redondo
   Beach, CA : H. Gregory Associates, 1991). -- Summary: He's
   holding a broom, and speaking to his wife who is reading
   and eating chocolates. -- Call no.: PN6231.H8G75 1991
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Reading.
   "These Things'll Kill Ya"* (Jump Start, June 18, 1997) /
   Armstrong. -- Summary: Ashburn says non-smokers exaggerate
   the dangers of smoking; Joe reads the new cigarette warning
   label. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "smoking"
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Reading.
   "They Actually Retain Very Little of What They Read"*
   (Mister Boffo, Mar. 5, 1987) / Joe Martin. -- Summary:
   Boffo is talking while Weederman reads a book. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "retention"
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Reading.
   "They Always Stick It To You in the End"* (Get Fuzzy, Aug.
   9, 2003) / Darb. -- Summary: Rob is reading a Harry Potter
   book, and he's worried. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Harry
   Potter"
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Reading.
   "This is How the Flu Epidemic Began"* (Peanuts, Nov. 22,
   1991) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie Brown begins to read
   Snoopy's report on the World War I epidemic to his class:
   "It was a dark and stormy night." -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55
   "flu"
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Reading.
   "This Man was Parked in a Handicapped Spot"* (Wizard of Id,
   May 8, 1993) / Parker. -- Summary: The king finds out the
   prisoner can't read, and considers that handicap enough. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "handicaps"
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Reading.
   "Turning the Page"* (Otto) / Bill Berry. p. 35 in Treasure
   Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 10, no. 15 (Mar. 24, 1955). --
   Summary: Otto reads a book in a bookstore window. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.10no.15
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Reading.
   "The Two Turnips Stuck in his Ears Making Life Bearable,
   But Only Barely"* (Bloom County, Dec. 1, 1986) / by Berke
   Breathed. -- Summary: Rosebud hears the band rehearsing
   (Opus on tuba, Hodge-Podge on percussion, and Bill twanging
   his tongue), and retreats to read Sinatra, by Kitty Kelly.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "rehearsal"
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Reading.
   "The Unbearable Lightness of Reading" / by Ever Meulen.
   cover of The New Yorker, v. 75, no. 29 (Oct. 4, 1999) -- A
   couple floats in the air while reading books. -- Call no.:
   AP2.N52v.75no.29
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Reading.
   "Unfortunately I Forgot to Bring Home the Stupid Book"*
   (Luann, Sept. 1, 2007) / by Greg Evans. -- Summary: Luann
   was going to read the chapter she missed and retake the
   test. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "chapters"
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Reading.
   "Vacation Reading" (Father O'Malley) 6 p. in Catholic
   Comics, v. 1, no. 12 (June 1947). -- About counterfeiters
   who pose as Western ranchers. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.C3C3v.1no.12
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Reading.
   "Waltz or Mambo?"* (The Flibbertys, July 12, 1955) / Ray
   Helle. -- Summary: The daughter's reading a magazine,
   advising Mom to play music while doing disagreeable jobs ;
   Mom gives her a mop and bucket and goes to the record
   player. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "music"
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Reading.
   "We Don't Eat Dog Food, and He Can't Read!"* (Donald Duck,
   Jan. 13, 1953) -- Summary: Donald has bought a new dish for
   the pup with his name on it ("Fido"), and Louie says he got
   took. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dog dishes"
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Reading.
   "Weed Kill"* (Between Friends, July 8, 1999) / Bell-Lundy.
   -- Summary: The death of a dandelion in a fog of spray
   interrupts the perusal of a issue of Organic Gardening. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "weeds"
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Reading.
   "We'll Hav t' Git th' School Marm t' Mek This Out"*
   (Toonerville Folks, 1917?) / F. Fox. p. 141 in The
   Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics, ed. by Bill
   Blackbeard and Martin Williams (Washington, D.C. :
   Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977). -- Summary: A gang of
   men is behind the post office trying to read somebody's
   mail. -- Call no.: folio PN6726.S5 1977
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Reading.
   "What a Disgusting Time for the Odds to Change"* (Born
   Loser, Sept. 5, 1984) / Art Sansom. -- Summary: Gladys
   reads that by the time a man reaches age 70 there are 5
   women for every man; Brutus is unimpressed. -- Key word:
   Statistics, aging. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "odds"
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Reading.
   "What Do You Care Who Wrote It?"* (Arlo & Janis, July 6,
   1998) / Johnson. -- Summary: Arlo is reading to his cat,
   apparently from Snoopy's novel: "It was a dark and stormy
   night. Suddenly a shot rang out!" -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Peanuts"
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Reading.
   "What Page Are You On?" (Porterfield, June 27, 1985) / by
   Joe Martin. -- Summary: Four distinguished-looking men are
   reading. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "page numbers"
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Reading.
   "When I Told Her You're in the Same Class at School, she
   Said She Didn't Remember You"* (Peanuts, Aug. 3, 1994) /
   Schulz. -- Summary: And she can't read Charlie Brown's
   smudgy writing. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "smudges"
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Reading.
   "Why Yell at Him? Dogs Can't Read"* (Lancelot, Jan. 23,
   1971) / Coker-Penn. -- Summary: Cyrano walks by a 'no dogs
   allowed' sign with the store's doorman yelling at him, then
   checks the directory for pet supplies. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "department stores"
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Reading.
   "Wouldn't It Have Been Safer Just to Stay on the
   Sidewalk?"* (Classic Peanuts, June 7, 2002) / Schulz. --
   Summary: Charlie Brown reads to Sally about cowboys
   galloping on prairies, and the danger of horses stepping in
   holes. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "prairies"
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Reading.
   "Yes, I Still Have the 'Bone' Graphic Novel. Yes, I Know
   It's Overdue"* (Between Friends, May 4, 2006) / Bell-Lundy.
   -- Summary: He'll try to bring it back to the library, but
   his dad is reading it. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Bone"
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Reading.
   "You Could Be In for a Steamy, Romantic Afternoon!"
   (Horrorscope, June 12, 2001) / Kelso & Jerome. -- Summary:
   She's stirring a big pot on the stove, and reading a
   romance novel. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cooking"
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Reading.
   "You Need to Read the Category Aloud"* (Pearls Before
   Swine, Oct. 14, 2010) / Stephan Pastis. -- Summary: Larry's
   on Jeopardy, and he can't read. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "reading"
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Reading.
   "You Shouldn't Be Reading This Kind of Trash"* (You Are
   Citizens Now) p. 11-16 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact,
   v. 13, no. 10 (Jan. 16, 1958). -- Story about getting
   objectionable comic books removed from newsstands. --
   "Prepared under the supervision of the commission on
   American Citizenship, Catholic University of America,
   Washington, D.C." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.13no.10
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Reading.
   "The Young Lady Across the Way" / by Harry J. Westerman and
   Robert O. Ryder. p. 477 in Cartoons Magazine, v. 11, no. 4
   (Apr. 1917). -- Three cartoons, about longevity, reading,
   and capital punishment. -- Call no.: NC1300.C37v.11no.4
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Reading.
   "Your Incessant Page Flipping has Cooled My Pasta"* (Cathy,
   Sept. 15, 1993) / Cathy Guisewite. -- Summary: Cathy's
   reading a dog care book about not confusing a dog's status,
   and Electra demands to have her food reheated. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "pasta"
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"Readin' All Them Postcards Sure Enough Wore Me Out"* (Pogo,
   Mar. 29, 1991) / Sternecky. -- Summary: Albert finds the
   post office business is harder than he expected. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "postcards"
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Reading Aloud.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Reading Aloud.
   "Can't Pass Up a Cookbook, but Don't Remember the Last Time
   You Cooked?"* (Sylvia, Apr. 8, 1994) / Nicole Hollander. --
   Summary: Sylvia is starting a support group, where they'll
   read aloud from cookbooks and eat take-out food. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cookbooks"
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Reading Aloud.
   "Once Upon a Time a Wonderful and Beautiful Girl Read a
   Story to Her Brothers" (The Family Circus, Nov. 21, 2015)
   Bil and Jeff Keane. -- Summary: Dolly reads a story to
   Jeffy and P.J. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "reading aloud"
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Reading Aloud.
   "Resisting a Five Hundredth Reading Only Makes it Worse"*
   (Rose is Rose, Aug. 5, 2002) / Pat Brady. -- Summary: Jimbo
   reads a bedtime story to Pasquale without enjoying it. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "reading aloud"
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Reading America Through Super-New Dealers and the Melting Pot.
   "American Golem : Reading America through Super-New Dealers
   and the 'Melting Pot'" / Martin Lund. p. 79-93 in Comic
   Books and American Cultural History : an Anthology (London
   : Continuum International Publishing Group, 2012). -- Call
   no.: PN6725.P87C6 2012
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"Reading American Comics : An Australian View" / by Tony
   Didio. p. 52-55 in Comic Book Marketplace, v. 2, no. 58
   (Apr. 1998). -- Mainly on Australian reprints of U.S. comic
   books. -- Call no.: PN6714.C632v.2no.58
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Reading and Audience.
   "Questions of Reading and Audience" p. 29-30 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) -- Describes
   presentations at the Fourth International Comics and
   Animation Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998): Jonathan Frome on
   Scott McCloud ("Identification in Comics") ; John F. Ronan
   on Gilles Deleuze and underground comics ("Deleuze and
   Comics : Image, Repetition, Representation, Series) ;
   Joseph Witek ("American Comics Discourse : A Historical
   Survey") -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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"Reading as Rebellion : The Case of the Girls' Comic in
   Britain" / Mel Gibson. p. 135-151 in International Journal
   of Comic Art, v. 2, no. 2 (Fall 2000). -- Includes
   illustrations and bibliographical references. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.I54v.2no.2
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Reading Audiences: Young People and the Media.
   Seeing How Far You Can See : On Being A Fan Of 2000 AD /
   Martin Barker. -- p. 159-183 ; 28 cm. -- Photocopy from:
   Reading Audiences: Young People and the Media / D.
   Buckingham, ed. (Manchester : Manchester University Press,
   1993) -- About the British science fiction comic book. --
   Call no.: PN6735.B36S4 1993
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Reading Bande Dessinée : Critical Approaches to
   French-Language Comic Strip / by Ann Miller. -- Bristol, UK
   : Intellect Ltd, 2007. -- 272 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. -- Call no.:
   PN6745.M5 2007
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"Reading Between the Lines : Beautiful but Fragmented
   Anthology Speaks to the Difficulty and Rewards of Reading
   Comics" / by Jeremy N. Smith. p. 3 in The Chicago Tribune
   Books section (section 5), Nov. 17, 2007. -- Review of The
   Best American Comics 2007 (Chris Ware, ed.) -- Call no.:
   folio PN6710.S35 2007
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"Reading Borges Through the Sandman."
   The Sandman Papers : an Exploration of the Sandman
   Mythology / edited by Joe Sanders ; preface by Neil Gaiman.
   -- Seattle, WA : Fantagraphics, 2006. -- 196 p. : ill. ; 23
   cm. -- Includes bibliographical references. -- Contents:
   The origin of the Sandman / B. Keith Murphy ; Of stories
   and storytellers in Gaiman and Vess's A Midsummer Night's
   Dream / Joe Sanders ; A game of you : yes, you / David
   Bratman ; The king is dead, long live the king :
   orientalism, the Sandman, and humanity / Renata Sancken ;
   Illusory adversaries? Images of female power in Sandman :
   the kindly ones / K.A. Laity ; Prospero framed in Neil
   Gaiman's the Wake / Joan Gordon ; Aether/ore : the
   dreamworld descends to earth / Alan Levitan ; Of parents
   and children and dreams in Mr. Punch and the Sandman / Joe
   Sanders ; Imaginary places and fantastic narratives :
   reading Borges through the Sandman / Leonora Soledad Sousa
   e Paula ; Reinventing the spiel : old stories, new
   approaches / Stacie Hanes and Joe Sanders ; Omnia mutantur
   : the use of Asian dress in the appearance of Dream from
   the Sandman / Lyra McMullen ; Lesbian language, queer
   imaginings, and in [!] Death : the time of your life / Joe
   Sutliff Sanders. -- Call no.: PN6728.S26S3 2006
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"The Reading Chair"* (Cul de Sac, Apr. 19, 2008) / by Richard
   Thompson. -- Summary: The best part of his reading to the
   class was his getting stuck in the chair. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "chairs"
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Reading, Citizenship, and Cold War America.
   "The ABCs of Mad Magazine : Reading, Citizenship, and Cold
   War America" / Kristin L. Matthews. p. 248-268 in
   International Journal of Comic Art, v. 8, no. 2 (Fall
   2006). -- Includes illustrations and bibliographial
   references. -- Call no.: PN6700.I54v.8no.2
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"Reading Classics/Writing Classics" / Trina Robbins. p. 59-61
   in The Comics Journal, no. 251 (Mar. 2003). -- A look back
   at issues of Classics Illustrated (Frankenstein, The
   Moonstone, and Green Mansions), and an account of writing a
   script for a new comics version of The Odyssey. -- Call
   no.: PN6700.C62no.251
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Reading Comics : How Graphic Novels Work and What They Mean /
   Douglas Wolk. -- Cambridge, MA : Da Capo Press, 2007. --
   405 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references (p. 373-390) and index. -- Contents: Pt. 1.
   Theory and history. What comics are, and what they aren't ;
   Auteurs, the history of art comics, and how to look at ugly
   drawings ; What's good about bad comics, and what's bad
   about good comics ; Superheroes and superreaders ;
   Pictures, words and the space between them. -- Contents:
   Pt. 2. Reviews and commentary. David B.: The battle against
   the real world ; Chester Brown: The outsider ; Steve Ditko:
   A is A ; Will Eisner and Frank Miller: The raconteurs ;
   Gilbert Hernandez: Spiraling into the system ; Jaime
   Hernandez: Mad love ; Craig Thompson and James Kochalka:
   Craft vs. cuteness ; Hope Larson: The cartography of joy ;
   Carla Speed McNeil: Shape-changing demons, birth-yurts and
   robot secretaries ; Alan Moore: The house of the magus ;
   Grant Morrison: The invisible king ; Dave Sim: Aardvark
   politick ; The dark mirrors of Jim Starlin's Warlock ; Tomb
   of Dracula: the cheap, strong stuff ; Kevin Huizenga:
   Visions from the enchanted gas station ; Charles Burns and
   Art Spiegelman: Draw yourself raw ; Why does Chris Ware
   hate fun? ; Alison Bechdel: Reframing memory ; Afterword:
   The rough wave and the smooth wave. -- Call no.: PN6725.W58
   2007
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Reading Comics.
   "Will Eisner and Frank Miller : the Raconteurs" (excerpt
   from Reading Comics) / Douglas Wolk. p. 93-103 in The Best
   American Comics Criticism (Seattle, Wash. : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2010). -- Call no.: PN6725.B47 2010
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Reading Comics--Miscellanea.
   "Okemos Grad Returns to Illustrate How to Read Comics" / by
   Bill Castanier. p. 21 in the City Pulse (Lansing, Mich.),
   Aug. 8, 2007. -- Item announcing a reading by Douglas Wolk
   from his new book, Reading Comics. Quotes librarian Randall
   Scott and bookstore promotional director Whitney Spotts,
   and mentions Dan Mishkin and the Curious Book Shop. -- Call
   no.: PN6710.S35 2007
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Reading Comics : Language, Culture, and the Concept of the
   Superhero in Comic Books / Mila Bongco. -- New York :
   Garland Pub., 2000. -- 238 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Garland
   Studies in American Popular History and Culture) --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. -- Contents:
   Chapter 1: Comics and Cultural Studies: Sites for Struggle
   ; Chapter 2: Responses to Comicbooks and the Concept of the
   "Popular" ; Chapter 3: On the Language of Comics and the
   Reading Process ; Chapter 4: Superhero Comicbooks ; Chapter
   5: Factors that Changed Superhero Comicbooks ; Chapter 6:
   Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns (1986) ; Chapter 7:
   A Glimpse at the Comics Scene after 1986. -- Call no.:
   PN6725.B585 2000
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Reading Comics--Reviews.
   "Reading Comics : Language, Culture, and the Concept of the
   Superhero in Comic Books" / Peter Coogan. p. 278-280 in
   International Journal of Comic Art, v. 3, no. 1 (Spring
   2001).-- (Book Reviews) -- Reviews the Mila Bongco book. --
   Call no.: PN6700.I54v.3no.1
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Reading Comics : 24 vintage postcards depicting America's 2nd
   favorite preoccupation / text by Denis Kitchen. -- Amherst,
   MA : Denis Kitchen Publishing, 2006. -- 48 p. : ill. ; 10 x
   17 cm. -- Call no.: PN6714.R37 2006
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Reading Comics.
   Adult Literary Responses to Comic Strip Narratives among
   Inmates of a Correctional Institution / by Mildred M.
   Higgins. -- 1969. -- 122 leaves. -- Thesis (Ph.D.), Florida
   State University, 1969. -- Bibliography: leaves 117-120. --
   Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms
   International, 1990. 21 cm.
   1. Reading (Adult education)  2. Education through comics.
   3. Prisoners and comics. I. Higgins, Mildred M. II. Florida
   State University. k. Inmates. Call no.: LC5225.R4H54 1969a
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Reading Comics.
   "Comics and How to Read Them" / Wolfgang Max Faust ; with
   technical assistance from R. Baird Shuman. -- p. 194-202 :
   ill. -- In Journal of Popular Culture, v. 5, no. 1 (Summer
   1971) -- Call no.: PN2.J6v.5no.1
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Reading Comics.
   "Golly, We're Goin' Faster than a Streak of Thunder an'
   Lightnin'"* (Comics McCormick) / Ed Wheelan, art and
   letters. 6 p. in Terrific Comics, no. 4 (July 1944). --
   Summary: Comics settles in to read some comics when his
   sister brings home her new beau, Corporal Tom Manley. In
   his dreams, Comics quickly recognizes him as Captain
   Catapult and, together, they capture all the mob bosses in
   town and take them to the police. -- Incipit title. -- Data
   from Lou Mougin, Gary L. Watson and Peter Croome via Grand
   Comics Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.G64T4m no.4
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Reading Comics.
   "I Gotta Quit Reading All Those Comic Books"* (The
   Adventures of Fat Freddy Himself) 1 p. in Fat Freddy's
   Comics & Stories, no. 2 (1986) / by Gilbert Shelton. --
   Call no.: PN6728.45.R5F33no.2
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Reading Comics.
   "I Just Changed His Cage. I Think He's Still Reading the
   Comics"* (Pickles, Dec. 21, 1999) / B. Crane. -- Summary:
   The parrot won't talk to Nelson. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "birds"
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Reading Comics.
   Index entry (p. 192-194) in Comic Book Rebels / ed. by S.
   Wiater and S.R. Bissette. New York : D.I. Fine, 1993. Call
   no.: PN6725.C69 1993
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Reading Comics.
   Index entry (p. 39-40, 52-54, 135, 354) to Principes des
   Littératures Dessinées / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions
   de l'An 2, 2003). -- Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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Reading Comics.
   The Outrageous Origin / created by Jim Davis ; character
   development by Mark Acey & Gary Barker ; written by Michael
   Teitelbaum ; illustrated by Gary Barker & Larry Fentz. --
   New York : Scholastic Inc., 1997. -- 86 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
   -- (Garfield's Pet Force ; no. 1) -- Funny animal fiction.
   -- Summary: "Four ordinary pets (Garfield, Odie, Arlene,
   and Nermal) and one ordinary teddy bear (Pooky) are
   enjoying a typical afternoon eating hot dogs, trading
   insults, and reading comics. Everything seems perfectly
   normal. Meanwhile, a nearby universe is threatened by an
   evil veterinarian known as Vetvix, who wants to make all
   pets her slaves." -- Call no.: PS3570.E42 O8 1997
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Reading Comics.
   Pupil Dictated Captions and Prose for Familiar Comics and
   Cartoons as a Stimulus for Reading in Grade One / by Edward
   John Shaffer. -- 1965. -- 80 leaves : ill. -- Thesis
   (Ph.D)--Florida State University. -- Bibliography: leaves
   61-66. -- Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University
   Microfilms International, 1990. 20 cm.
   1. Education through comics. 2. Children and comics.
   children. 3. Language arts (Elementary)  4. Reading
   (Elementary) I. Shaffer, Edward John. II. Florida State
   University. III. University Microfilms International. k.
   Captions. Call no.: LB1573.S42 1965a
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Reading Comics.
   "Should We Discipline the Reading of Comics?" / Henry
   Jenkins. p. 1-14 in Critical Approaches to Comics :
   Theories and Methods (New York : Routledge, 2011). --
   Introduction to the volume. -- Call no.: PN6710.C75 2011
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Reading Comics.
   "Slouching on the Job"* (Out Our Way, June 2, 1948) (Why
   Mothers Get Gray) / J. R. Williams. -- Summary: Taking some
   ether, i.e., relaxed posture, reading comics and magazines
   while dishwashing, means they won't have such horrible
   memories of it. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Ether"
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Reading Comics.
   "That Dennis, He's Such a Menace"* (Over the Hedge, May 27,
   2006) / Michael Fry & T. Lewis. -- Summary: The porta privy
   can't be used because somebody's reading comics in it. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Dennis the Menace"
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Reading Comics.
   To Father with Love / selected by Aileene Herrbach
   Neighbors ; photography by Rick Lyons. -- Kansas City, Mo.
   : Hallmark Editions, 1977. -- 45 p. : col. ill. ; 20 cm. --
   A Father's Day gift book, with color dust jacket and
   frontispiece photographs showing dads reading the Sunday
   funnies. -- Call no.: HQ756.T59 1977
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Reading Comics.
   "Untitled" / Darko Macan. p. 1-4 in Expo 2000 (Bethesda,
   Maryland : The Expo, 2000). -- Story without words, in
   which a boy is laughed at his whole life by parents, peers,
   wife, and children, for reading comics. -- Call no.:
   PN6705.U5S6 2000
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"Reading Community in Funtime Comics : a New Zealand
   Narrative" / Ruth Boyask. p. 152-163 in International
   Journal of Comic Art, v. 2, no. 2 (Fall 2000). -- Includes
   illustrations and bibliographical references. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.I54v.2no.2
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Reading Comprehension. -- New York : Wonder Books, 1978. -- 63
   p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- (Mickey's Practice Workbooks) --
   Grades K through 3. -- Disney characters illustrate a
   workbook on reading skills. -- Call no.: LB1573.R42 1978
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Reading Comprehension.
   Be a Better Reader : Level D / Nila Banton Smith. --
   Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Globe Book Co., 1978. -- 204 p. :
   ill. ; 28 cm. -- Grades 4-12. -- Line drawings throughout
   (with word balloons) by Sal Murdocca.
   1. Reading comprehension--Comic books, strips, etc. I.
   Smith, Nila Banton. II. Murdocca, Sal. III. Globe Book Co.
   Call no.: LB1050.5.S52 1978
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Reading Comprehension.
   Wholistic Reading Comprehension Through Comic Book Art
   Production / by Eric H. Brown. -- Ann Arbor, MI :
   University Microfilms International, 1982. -- 136 p. : ill.
   ; 22 cm. -- Dissertation (Ed.D.), Teachers College,
   Columbia University, 1982. -- Photocopy. -- Includes
   bibliographical references (leaves 130-136). -- Call no.:
   LB1044.9.C59B72 1982
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"Reading Frenzy Loses Lease : Cutting-Edge Portland, Ore.,
   Book Store Out; Tacos In" / Kip Manley. p. 14-15 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 207 (Sept. 1998). -- (News Watch) --
   Call no.: PN6700.C62no.207
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Reading Glasses.
   "I've Got the Opthalmologist. What's a Good Time?"* (Perky
   & Beanz, Jan. 7, 1987) / Russell Myers. -- Summary: Beanz
   claims he doesn't need reading glasses. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "opthalmology"
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Reading Groups.
   "Oprah Will Not Be Missed" (Chicagophile) / by Jessica
   Abel. p. 80 in University of Chicago Magazine, v. 95, no. 1
   (Oct. 2002). -- Strip about a reading group discussing
   Proust. -- Call no.: LH1.C47U5v.95no.1 
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Reading Iconotexts : from Swift to the French Revolution /
   Peter Wagner. -- London : Reaktion Books, 1995. -- 211 p. :
   ill. ; 25 cm. -- (Picturing History) -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 197-208) and index. -- About
   visual literacy. -- Call no.: PN53 .W24 1995
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Reading Iconotexts--Reviews.
   "Tissues of Allusions : Reading Iconotexts" / a review by
   Leonard Rifas. p. 27 in The Comics Journal, no. 188 (July
   1996) -- (Comics Library) 
   1. Reading Iconotexts--Reviews. 2. Wagner, Peter, 1949- I.
   Rifas, Leonard. Call no.: PN6700.C62no.188
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Reading in Bed.
   "Dog Catcher in the Rye"* (Mother Goose and Grimm, June 15,
   2001) / Mike Peters. -- Summary: Grimm and Mother Goose are
   both reading in bed. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "reading"
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Reading in Bed.
   "I Just Got to the Part about Chopping Onions"* (Blondie,
   June 30, 1997) / Young & LeBrun. -- Summary: Dagwood is
   reading in bed and crying. Blondie asks if he's reading a
   love story, but it's a cookbook. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "cookbooks"
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Reading in Bed.
   "I'll Get Some Bulbs Tomorrow" (Ballard Street, July 30,
   1997) / by Jerry Van Amerongen. -- Key words: Candles,
   reading in bed, light bulbs. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55
   "Candles"
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Reading in Bed.
   "Imagine Getting That Excited Over a Mexican Cookbook"*
   (Blondie, May 21, 1984) / Young & Gersher. -- Summary:
   Dagwood is enthusiastically reading in bed. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "cookbooks"
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Reading in Bed.
   "It's Hard to Get Too Excited Over a Budget Meeting"* (Six
   Chix, Nov. 7, 2015) / Stephanie Piro. -- Summary: She
   stayed up late with an exciting book. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "reading in bed"
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Reading in Bed.
   "Just as I Thought, it's a Cookbook"* (Blondie, Mar. 21,
   1991) / Young & Drake. -- Summary: Dagwood finds the book
   he's reading in bed to be inspiring and suggestive, and
   Blondie takes a look at it. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "cookbooks"
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"Reading in Comfort"* (Rivets, June 20, 1962) / Sixta. --
   Summary: Steve and Rivets climb into Dad's lap to read
   their comic book. -- Call no.: PN6728.R56F61962v.1
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"Reading in the Street"* (Bookworm Benny) 1/2 p. in Li'l Kids,
   no. 8 (Oct. 1972). -- Begins: Benny, you shouldn't read
   while you walk. -- Call no.: PN6728.4.M3L5no.8
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"Reading is Fundamental Even Right to Left" p. 34 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 262 (Aug./Sept. 2004). -- (Newswatch :
   Journal Datebook) -- Viz, LLC, will work for literacy. --
   Call no.: PN6700.C62no.262
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"Reading is Just Staring at a Piece of Wood and
   Hallucinating"* (Soup to Nutz, Sept. 2, 2015) / by Rick
   Stromoski. -- Summary: Royboy says there's nothing good on
   TV, and Babs suggests reading. On the wall in the
   background is a picture of Chester Gould's Flattop. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "reading"
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Reading Lost Girls as a Post-Sadeian Text.
   "'Avast, Land-lubbers!' : Reading Lost Girls as a
   Post-Sadeian Text" / K.A. Laity. p. 138-149 in Sexual
   Ideology in the Works of Alan Moore (Jefferson, N.C. :
   McFarland & Company, 2012). -- Call no.: PN6737.M6 Z5S4
   2012 
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Reading Magazines.
   "Slouching on the Job"* (Out Our Way, June 2, 1948) (Why
   Mothers Get Gray) / J. R. Williams. -- Summary: Taking some
   ether, i.e., relaxed posture, reading comics and magazines
   while dishwashing, means they won't have such horrible
   memories of it. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "ether"
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Reading Manga : Local and Global Perceptions of Japanese
   Comics / Jaqueline Berndt, Steffi Richter (eds.) -- Leipzig
   : Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2006. -- 218 p. : ill. ; 23
   cm. -- (Mitteldeutsche Studien zu Ostasien ; 11) --
   Conference held 23-24 July 2005 at Universität Leipzig. --
   Includes bibliographical references. -- "Since the late
   1990s, Japanese comics, or manga, have become established
   as a globally-successful print medium. Striving for the
   transcultural and transdisciplinary exchange between
   Japanese manga researchers, European comics experts, and
   japanologists, this anthology addresses itself to readers
   who take an interest in cultural, historical, and
   theoretical reflections on reading manga. Its first part
   focuses on the case study of Nakazwa Keiji's Barefoot Gen
   (Hadashi no Gen, 1973-1987), paying special attention to
   its reception indifferent cultures. Because of its subject
   matter Barefoot Gen provokes explorations of comics'
   potential to narrate history realistically which is the
   object of attention in the second part. Finally, the third
   part highlights a variety of topics related to the impact
   of manga on other comics cultures. In accordance with the
   fact that comics studies can be conceptualized only as a
   multidisciplinary field of research, the contributors to
   this anthology deploy a variety of angles: from media
   history and cultural studies to linguistics and social
   sciences as well as gender studies and aesthetics." -- Call
   no.: PN6790.J3R4 2006
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Reading Minds.
   "Beware, I Can Read Your Mind" 6 p. in The Unexpected, no.
   157 (May/June 1974) ; reprinted from Tales of the
   Unexpected, no. 7 (Nov. 1956), per Michael Tiefenbacher. --
   Call no.: PN6728.2.N3T3no.157
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Reading Minds.
   Can You Read My Mind? : Love Theme from "Superman"/A Warner
   Bros. Picture / music by John Williams ; lyric by Leslie
   Bricusse. -- Warner-Tamerlane Pub., 1978. -- 1 score (4 p.)
   ; 31 cm. -- Vocal, piano, and guitar chord diagrams. --
   Call no.: folio PN6728.S8C32 1978
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Reading Minds.
   "The Man Who Could Read Minds" / Howard Purcell, pencils ;
   Stan Kaye, inks. 6 p. in House of Mystery, no. 43 (Oct.
   1955). -- Summary: A mind-reader blackmails several men
   because he knows all their secrets. -- Data from M.
   Tiefenbacher, C. Gafford, D.D. Milne, et al., via Grand
   Comics Database project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r293
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Reading Minds.
   "The Man Who Could Read Robotman's Mind" (Robotman) /
   pencils, Joe Certa. 6 p. in Detective Comics, no. 186 (Aug.
   1952). -- Data from Bill Wormstedt, Bob Klein, Mike
   Tiefenbacher, Jerry Bails, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: film 15791r.270
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"Reading Minds at the Words and Pictures Museum" p. 16 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 188 (July 1996) (Newswatch)
   1. Sim, Dave--Exhibitions. 2. Cerebus the
   Aardvark--Exhibitions. 3. Minds. 4. Exhibitions of comics.
   Call no.: PN6700.C62no.188
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Reading Newspapers.
   "I Was With the Senator During His Unfortunate Sick Spell"*
   (Barney Google and Spark Plug, Sept. 30, 1930) / De Beck.
   p. 156 in The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics,
   ed. by Bill Blackbeard and Martin Williams (Washington,
   D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977). -- Summary:
   Senator Schnopps has regained his memory and won't see
   Barney, who is directed in the hotel to a furnace room
   where an African American man is reading a newspaper. --
   Call no.: folio PN6726.S5 1977
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Reading Newspapers.
   Let's Read the Newspaper / script, Joe Gill. -- New York :
   King Features, 1974. -- 34 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
   "Featuring Quincy, by Ted Shearer." -- Educational genre.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.25.K5L4 1974
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Reading of Comics Necessary for Analysis.
   Index entry (p. 10) to Principes des Littératures Dessinées
   / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2, 2003). --
   Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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Reading of Sequential Art.
   Index entry (p. 22, 34, 44) in Comic Books as History, by
   Joseph Witek (Jackson : University Press of Mississippi,
   1989). Call no.: PN6725.W52 1989b
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Reading Order (sens de lecture).
   Index entry (p. 34, 54-56, 58, 131, 243-244, 300) to
   Principes des Littératures Dessinées / Harry Morgan
   (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2, 2003). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.M57 2003
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Reading Order.
   Index entry (p. 11, 14, 85-86, 97, 105) to Understanding
   Comics, by Scott McCloud (New York : HarperCollins, 1994)
   Call no.: PN6710.M39 1994
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"Reading Over his Shoulder"* (Clarabelle and Flub-a-Dub) 1 p.
   in Howdy Doody, no. 5 (Nov./Dec. 1950). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.D4H6no.5
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Reading Over Shoulders.
   "You Know I Can't Stand Anyone Reading Over My Shoulder"*
   (Nancy, Sept. 11, 1967) / Ernie Bushmiller. -- Summary:
   Nancy gets around Aunt Fritzi's objection by using a
   periscope. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "reading"
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Reading People.
   "The Library of Souls" (Batman) / art: Jim Aparo ; script:
   Peter Milligan ; colorist: Adrienne Roy ; letterer: Jim
   Aparo. 22 p. in Detective Comics, no. 643 (Apr. 1992) --
   Summary: A murderer, who says he can "read people like a
   book," establishes the occupation of each victim and leaves
   the bodies in jackets with three-digit numbers on them. One
   of the victims is found in a library, and Batman notices
   the Dewey numbers on the books. He guesses that the killer
   is a librarian, though the librarian explaining the
   classification system to him disagrees: "That's a
   defamation of character. Libarians are gentle, bookish
   souls." But Batman is correct. -- Data from Bill Wormstedt,
   et al., via Grand Comic-Book Database Project. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.N3D4no.643
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"Reading Pictures."
   Six Novels in Woodcuts / Lynd Ward ; edited by Art
   Spiegelman. -- New York : Library of America, 2010. --
   chiefly ill. ; 21 cm. in case. -- Art Spiegelman's essay
   "Reading pictures" is printed as an introduction to both
   volumes. -- "From the eve of the Great Depression to the
   onset of World War II, Lynd Ward, America's first great
   graphic novelist, bore witness to the roiling, dizzying
   national scene as both a master printmaker and a socially
   committed storyteller. His medium of expression, the
   wordless 'novel in woodcuts,' was his alone in the United
   States, and he quickly brought it from bold iconic infancy
   to a still unrivaled richness of drama, characterization,
   imagery, and technique." -- Includes bibliographical
   references. -- Contents: v. 1. Gods' man ; Madman's drum ;
   Wild pilgrimage ; v. 2. Prelude to a million years ; Song
   without words ; Vertigo. -- Stories without words. --
   LIBRARY HAS: v. 1-2. -- Call no.: NE1215.W3S4 2010
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Reading Rainbow Book.
   Could Be Worse! / James Stevenson. -- New York : Mulberry
   Books, 1987. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 21 x 25 cm. -- (Reading
   Rainbow Book) -- Summary (from OCLC): Everything is always
   the same at Grandpa's house, even the things he says--until
   one unusual morning. Story told in panels, some with
   captions and some with interior dialogue. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.S735 C63 1987
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"Reading Reading Manga : Personal Reflections by a
   Japanologist" / Steffi Richter. p. 205-213 in Reading Manga
   : Local and Global Perceptions of Japanese Comics (Leipzig
   : Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2006). -- Includes
   bibliographical references. -- Call no.: PN6790.J3R4 2006
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"Reading Right to Left : the Surprisingly Broad Appeal of
   Manga and Anime, or, 'Wait a Minute'" / Patrick Drazen.
   chapter 8 in Mangatopia : Essays on Manga and Anime in the
   Modern World (Santa Barbara, Calif. : Libraries Unlimited,
   2011). -- Call no. PN6790.J3 M386 2011
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Reading Room Index to the Comic Art Collection.
   "Gay" in the Comics / compiled by Randall W. Scott for
   APA-I. -- 1996. -- 14 p. ; 28 cm. -- (Reading Room Index to
   the Comic Art Collection) -- Includes indexing for Gay
   Comix, no. 1-22. -- Call no.: PN6725.S35G3 1996
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Reading Ruth Mandujano-Lopez's Paper. -- Vancouver? :
   publisher not given, after 2000? -- 16 unnumbered pages on
   one sheet : ill. ; fold. to 17 cm. -- "My paper focuses on
   the so-called Chinese Exclusion era, that is, the period
   between 1923 and 1947." -- Historical genre, about Chinese
   Canadians. -- Call no.: JV7220.M3 2000z
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Reading Situations.
   "Looks Pretty Rough, Uneven, Unpredictable"* (Hagar the
   Horrible, June 10, 1993) / Chris Browne. -- Summary: Hagar
   is returning late from golf, and Lucky Eddie helps him read
   the situation at home. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Reading Skills.
   Dictionary and Word Skills. -- Grosset & Dunlap, 1979. --
   63 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- (Mickey's Practice Workbooks) --
   "Wonder Books." -- Disney characters illustrate a workbook
   on reading skills. -- Call no.: LB1573.D5 1979
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Reading Skills.
   Index entry (p. 91-95, 97, 104) in Die Welt der Comics :
   Probleme einer primitiven Literaturform / Alfred Clemens
   Baumgärtner. -- 5. Aufl. -- (Bochum : F. Kamp, 1972). --
   Call no.: NC1355.B34 1972
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Reading Skills/Habits and Comic Books.
   Index entry (p. 9-11, 14, 24, 94) in Seal of Approval, the
   History of the Comics Code, by A. Kiste Nyberg (Jackson,
   Miss. : University Press of Mississippi, 1998). -- Call
   no.: PN6725.N953 1998
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Reading Skills Impaired by Comic Books.
   Index entry (p. 10, 99, 120-145) to Seduction of the
   Innocent, by Frederic Wertham (New York : Rinehart, 1954).
   Call no.: HQ784.C6W4
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Reading Skills in Manga.
   Index entry (p. 199) in Manga: an Anthology of Global and
   Cultural Perspectives, ed. by Toni Johnson-Woods
   (Continuum, 2010). -- Call no.: PN6790.J3M265 2010
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Reading Speed.
   Index entry (p. 63) to Principes des Littératures Dessinées
   / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2, 2003). --
   Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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Reading Tea Leaves.
   "I Learned to Read Tea Leaves During the War"* (Barefootz)
   / by Howard Cruse. p. 33 in Comix Book, no. 1 (1974). --
   Call no.: PN6728.4.M3C57no.1
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Reading Television.
   Index entry (p. 317) to Principes des Littératures
   Dessinées / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2,
   2003). -- Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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Reading the Funnies : essays on comic strips / Donald Phelps.
   -- Seattle, Wash. : Fantagraphics Books, 2001. -- 305 p. :
   ill. ; 23 cm. -- Foreword by Fielding Dawson. -- CONTENTS:
   "Flat Foot Floogie: Chester Gould and Dick Tracy" ; "Real
   People, Real Theater: E.C. Segar and Popeye" ; "Cady Did:
   Harrison Cady and Peter Rabbit" ; "George 'n' Josie: Harry
   J. Tuthill and the Bungles" ; "Nobody Watches the Birdie:
   J.R. Williams and Out Our Way" ; "The Boys of Winter: Frank
   King and Gasoline Alley" ; "James Swinnerton, R.I.P.
   (1875-1975)" ; "Jimmy and Company: James Swinnerton and
   Little Jimmy" ; "Boarding House Days and Arabian Nights:
   The Life and Imaginary Times of Major Hoople" ; "Little
   Icon Annie: Who's That Little Chatterbox?" ; "Footsore
   Audacity: B. Kliban" -- Call no.: PN6725.P46 2001
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Reading the Funnies--Reviews.
   "Welcome to the Void : a Comment on the Relevance of Comic
   Strip History" / by Bill Blackbeard. p. 36-37 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 240 (Jan. 2002). -- (Year in Review) --
   Reviews Shop Talk (Will Eisner) and Reading the Funnies
   (Donald Phelps). -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.240
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Reading the Green.
   "It says 'Four-Putt'"* (Shoe, July 9, 1997) / MacNelly. --
   Summary: Shoe can read the green just fine. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "greens"
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"Reading the Paper" / R. Feinberg. p. 3 in The Comics Journal,
   no. 209 (Dec. 1998). -- (Blood & Thunder) -- Letter on
   alternative newspaper strips. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.209
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Reading the Rabbit : Explorations in Warner Bros. Animation /
   edited by Kevin S. Sandler. -- New Brunswick, N.J. :
   Rutgers University Press, 1998. -- 271 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
   -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-255) and
   index. -- Contents:
      Introduction : Looney Tunes and Merry Metonyms / Kevin
   S. Sandler
      A short critical history of Warner Bros. cartoons /
   Barry Putterman
      From Disney to Warner Bros. : the critical shift /
   Timothy R. White
      Charlie Thorson and the temporary Disneyfication of
   Warner Bros. cartoons / Gene Walz
      From vaudeville to Hollywood, from silence to sound :
   Warner Bros. cartoons of the early sound era / Hank Sartin
      The image of the hillbilly in Warner Bros. cartoons of
   the thirties / Michael Frierson
      The view from Termite Terrace : caricature and parody in
   Warner Bros. animation / Donald Crafton
      Darker shades of animation : African-American images in
   the Warner Bros. cartoon / Terry Lindvall and Ben Fraser
      "Ah, love! Zee grand illusion!" : Pepé le Pew,
   narcissism, and cats in the Casbah / Kirsten Moana Thompson
      Gendered evasion : Bugs Bunny in drag / Kevin S. Sandler
      Selling Bugs Bunny : Warner Bros. and character
   merchandising in the nineties / Lindy Simensky
      Fans versus Time Warner : who owns Looney Tunes? / Bill
   Mikulak
      Hybrid Cinema : the Mask, masques, and Tex Avery /
   Norman M. Klein
  -- Call no.: NC1766.U52W37365 1998
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Reading the Shôjo in Krazy Kat.
   "The Roses of Coconino : Reading the Shôjo in Krazy Kat" /
   Jens Balzer. p. 167-178 in Reading Manga : Local and Global
   Perceptions of Japanese Comics (Leipzig : Leipziger
   Universitätsverlag, 2006). -- Includes bibliographical
   references. -- Call no.: PN6790.J3R4 2006
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"Reading Their Lips"* (Wildcat) / Kozlak. p. 161-165, fourth
   chapter of "A Place in the World" (Justice Society of
   America) in All Star Comics Archives, v. 6 (2000) ;
   reprinted from All-Star Comics, no. 27 (Winter 1945). --
   Summary: Anthony Cellini lives in a big American city, and
   is almost completely deaf. His teacher thinks he doesn't
   pay attention in school, and his classmates call him
   stupid. Wildcat contacts Anthony and asks for help rounding
   up a gang of racketeers. Without knowing it, Anthony has
   been running errands for the gang. Soon Anthony is reading
   lips through the window of a back room, and the gang
   reveals the whole setup. Wildcat does a raid, and the next
   morning at a school assembly Wildcat tells everybody how
   Anthony helped catch the crooks. The kids and the teacher
   change their attitudes. -- Call no.: PN6728.A4A76 2000
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Reading Thoughts.
   StarCraft : Ghost Academy / story by Keith R.A. Decandido ;
   art by Fernando Heinz Furukawa. -- Hamburg : Tokyopop,
   2010- . -- ill. ; 19 cm. -- "Licensed Blizzard
   Entertainment product." -- "Ghosts are the Dominion's
   ultimate weapons: elite terran operatives capable of
   reading thoughts, becoming invisible, and much more. One
   location possesses the technology and expertise required to
   teach these mysterious individuals their unique and deadly
   talents: the Ghost Academy." -- Science fiction genre. --
   LIBRARY HAS: v. 1-2. -- Call no.: PN6790.A73 F8S75 2010
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"Reading Time in Graphic Narrative" / Eric S. Rabkin. p. 36-43
   in Teaching the Graphic Novel, edited by Stephen E.
   Tabachnick (New York : The Modern Language Association of
   America, 2009). -- Call no.: PN6710.T38 2009
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"Reading to Avoid Talking"* (Hagar the Horrible, Apr. 16,
   1989) / by Dik Browne. p. 54 in Battered Husbands (Redondo
   Beach, CA : H. Gregory Associates, 1991). -- Summary:
   Hernia wants to talk about wedding plans, and Hamlet's nose
   goes right back into the book. -- Call no.: PN6231.H8G74
   1991
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Reading to the Rescue!
   Target Presents Reading to the Rescue! -- New York : Marvel
   Comics, . -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Not for resale." --
   Giveaway comic books to encourage reading. -- Superhero
   genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 2 (2005). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.25.M3T3
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Reading Trash.
   "Saucy Saucer" 3 p. in My Little Margie, no. 38 (Oct.
   1961). -- Begins: "Tch, tch, my little sister Angie reading
   such trash as this! I'm ashamed of you." -- Angie's book is
   titled: Invasion from Outer Space. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.C47M87no.38
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"Reading with No Safety Net."
   "Une Lecture sans Filet" / Jacques Samson. p. 68-71 in 9e
   Art : les Cahiers du Musée de la Bande Dessinée, no. 9
   (Oct. 2003). -- Begins: "Un curieux soupçon d'imposture
   pèse encore sure le travail de Lorenzo Mattotti. Après
   toutes ces années de diffusion de son œuvre, on peut penser
   que c'est étrange et désolant. D'aucuns (au nombre desquels
   certains auteurs en vue!) reconaissent en lui un
   illustrateur, un afficiste, voire un peintre,
   exceptionnellement talentueux, mais lorsqu'est prise en
   compte la part de sa production vouée à la bande dessinée,
   l'opinion prévaut que ce n'en serait tout simplement pas."
   -- English summary (from p. 127): "Reading with No Safety
   Net. Why do comic art lovers tend to consider that, in
   spite of Mattotti's great fame as an illustrator, his
   comics do not really belong in the medium? Jacques Samson
   takes this question as the starting point for a reflection
   on the unique place Mattotti occupies in the landscape of
   contemporary graphic creation." -- Call no.: folio
   PN6700.N44no.9
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Reading With Pictures : Comics that Make Kids Smarter! /
   edited by Josh Elder. -- Kansas City, Missouri : Andrews
   McMeel Publishing, 2014. -- 173 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. --
   Summary (from OCLC): Featuring more than a dozen short
   comic stories, this volume addresses specific learning
   concepts in Social Studies, Math, Language Arts, and
   Science while offering an immersive textual and visual
   experience that kids will enjoy even as it helps them
   learn. -- Educational genre, for teaching with comics. --
   Call no.: LB1044.9.C59R4 2014
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Reading Without Pictures.
   Index entry (p. 95) to Principes des Littératures Dessinées
   / Harry Morgan (Angoulême : Editions de l'An 2, 2003). --
   Call no.: PN6710.M57 2003
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"Reading Wonder Woman's Body : Mythologies of Gender and
   Nation" / Mitra C. Emad. p. 954-984 in Journal of Popular
   Culture, v. 39, no. 6 (Dec. 2006). -- Article about Wonder
   Woman. -- Includes bibliographical references and
   illustrations. -- Call no.: PN2.J6v.39no.6
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"Reading, Writing" / Andy Konky Kru. p. 2 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 195 (Apr. 1997) -- (Blood & Thunder) - --
   Letter to the editor. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.195
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"Readin', Writin', and Redskins" (Tomahawk) in Tomahawk, no. 6
   (July/Aug. 1951) -- Data from Gene Reed. -- Call no.: Film
   15791r.615
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Reading Your Local Gay & Lesbian Newspaper.
   "How to Read your Local Gay & Lesbian Newspaper" (Curbside)
   / by Robert Kirby. p. 24 in Gay Comics, no. 17 (Early 1993)
   -- Strip title from contents page.
   I. Kirby, Robert. II. Curbside. k. Reading your Local Gay &
   Lesbian Newspaper. k. Gay and Lesbian Newspapers. k.
   Lesbian and Gay Newspapers. k. Newspapers. Call no.:
   PN6728.45.K5G3no.17
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"Reading Your Mind"* (Super Friends Super Stumper) / by Sholly
   Fisch & Ty Templeton. 1 p. in Cartoon Network Action Pack,
   no. 38 (Aug. 2009). -- Call no.: PN6728.7.D3C315no.38
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Readings.
   "Duplicate Barograph Readings"* (Flyin' Jenny) 1 p. in
   Reg'lar Fellers Heroic Comics, no. 2 (Oct. 1940) -- Sunday
   page reprint.
   I. Keaton, Russell. II. Flyin' Jenny. k. Barograph
   Readings. k. Readings. Call no.: Film 15791r.194
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Readings.
   "He's Putting Them to Sleep" (Our Boarding House, July 27,
   1961) / Bill Freyse. -- Summary: Hoople plays his recorded
   readings of Shakespeare and Lincoln, and the room gets
   quiet. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Shakespeare"
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Readings.
   "I Will Now Read Selections from My Collected Works"* (Get
   Fuzzy, Jan. 16, 2010) / Darby Conley. -- Summary: Bucky
   gives a reading. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "readings"
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Readings in African Popular Culture / edited by Karin Barber.
   -- Bloomington : International African Institute in
   association with Indiana University Press ; Oxford : James
   Currey, 1997. -- 184 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references and index. -- Includes: "The
   Thing & its Doubles in Cameroonian Cartoons" / Achille
   Mbembe (p. 151-163) about Cameroon comics. -- Call no.:
   PL8010.R43 1997
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Readings in Mass Communication.
   "Color and the Comics" / Jack E. White, Jr. -- p. 398-403 ;
   28 cm. -- In Readings in Mass Communication (Dubuque, Ia :
   W.C. Brown, 1972) -- About African Americans in comics. --
   Reprinted from Columbia Journalism Review, Winter
   1969/1970. -- Call no.: PN6725.W465 1972
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Les Réadjustements de Giardino.
   "De Pezzo à Fridman: les Réajustements de Giardino" / par
   Catherine Saouter Caya et Philippe Sohet. p. 22-24 in Les
   Cahiers de la Bande Dessinée, no. 71 (Sept./Oct. 1986). --
   (Dossier Giardino) -- Call no.: PN6745.S37no.71
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Readout Screens.
   "Zora" / by Fernando Fernandez. p. 78-81 in Heavy Metal, v.
   7, no. 1 (Apr. 1983). -- "As Amon hovers near death in one
   of the honeycomb's auto-medics, his memories projected on
   the machine's read-out screen show an alien attack that
   took place during his hibernation." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.H43v.7no.1
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Readouts.
   "This One Determines the Odds of Me Ever Fathering a
   Child"* (Off the Mark, June 30, 2000) / Mark Parisi. --
   Summary: A bicyclist is explaining what all the readouts on
   his handlebars are for. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "bicycles"
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Reads / by Dave Sim and Gerhard. -- Kitchener, Ont. :
   Aardvark-Vanaheim, 1995. -- 247 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. --
   (Cerebus ; bk. 9) -- Reprinting issues 175-186 of Cerebus.
   -- Fantasy and funny animal genres. -- Call no.:
   PN6733.S5R4 1995
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"'Reads' and the Comics Industry."
   "The Story that Wasn't: 'Reads' and the Comics Industry" /
   by J. Hagey and Kim Thompson p. 112-117 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 174 (Feb. 1995) (That's Just Dave) 
   1. Sim, Dave. I. Hagey, J. II. Thompson, Kim. III. "'Reads"
   and the Comics Industry." Call no.: PN6700.C62no.174
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"Reads Kael" / Bob Gonzales. p. 32 in The Comics Journal, no.
   138 (Oct. 1990) -- Letter about Pauline Kael, and
   plagiarism. -- Data from Pete Coogan. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.138
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"Ready, Aim, Fire!" (Canteen Kate) 6 p. in Fightin' Marines,
   no. 6 (June 1952)
   I. Canteen Kate. k. Aiming. k. Firing. Call no.:
   PN6728.1.S3T4no.6
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"Ready, Aim, Fire" (Hero Hotline) / Stephen DeStefano, pencils
   ; Kurt Schaffenberger, inks ; Bob Rozakis, story ; Brian
   Agustyn, story editor ; Bob Rozakis, colors ; Augustyn Mas,
   letters. 7 p. in Action Comics, no. 640 (Feb. 28, 1989). --
   Data from Jon Ingersoll, Bob Klein, Brian Mowbray via Grand
   Comic-Book Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A2no.640
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"Ready an' Rarin' to Go" (Yaruki Man-man).
   Index entry (p. 13) in Manga! Manga! : The World of
   Japanese Comics, by Frederik L. Schodt. Updated pbk. ed.
   (Tokyo : Kodansha International, 1986). -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J3S3 1986
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"Ready and Waiting!" (Li'l Leroy) 1 p. in Binky, no. 80 (Aug.
   1971). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3L4no.80
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Ready for Action! / written by Victoria Taylor. -- New York :
   DK Publishing, 2013. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. -- (LEGO
   DC Universe Super Heroes) -- (Dorling Kindersley Readers.
   1, Beginning to Read) -- Includes index. -- Summary (from
   OCLC): Describes how Batman, and his super friends,
   Superman and Wonder Woman are always ready for action. --
   Superhero fiction. -- Call no.: PN6728.S767R4 2013
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Ready for Battle! : Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
   -- New York : Golden Books, 2014. -- 1 v. : ill. (part
   col.) ; 28 cm. -- (A Golden Book) -- "Over 1000 stickers!"
   -- An activity book. -- Call no.: PN6728.T39R37 2014
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Ready for Laughs! : a Treasury of Undersea Humor / by David
   Lewman and David Fain. -- New York : Simon
   Spotlight/Nickelodeon, 2003. -- 144 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. --
   Based on the TV series SpongeBob SquarePants created by
   Stephen Hillenburg as seen on Nickelodeon. -- "3 books in
   1!" -- Contents: Joke Book ; Trivia Book ; Spongebob
   Jokepants. -- Call no.: PN1992.77.S685R4 2003
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Ready for the Impossible.
   "Are You Ready for the Impossible" 3 p. in Amazing
   Adventures, no. 25 (July 1974) -- Reprint. -- Data from
   George Olshevsky.
   k. Ready for the Impossible. k. The Impossible. Call no.:
   PN6728.4.M3A5no.25.
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Ready-Mix.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Ready Money Ladies.
   Index entry (p. 53) in The Art of the Funnies / by R.C.
   Harvey (Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 1994)
   Call no.: PN6710.H35 1994
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Ready Money Ladies.
   Index entry (p. 245) in The Encyclopedia of American
   Comics, ed. by Ron Goulart (New York : Facts on File,
   1990). Call no.: PN6725.E64 1990
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"Ready Or Not, Here I Come!"* (Liberty Meadows, Feb. 5, 1998)
   / by Frank Cho. -- Summary: Truman and Oscar are playing
   hide and go seek; Oscar startles Truman up a tree. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "hide and seek"
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Ready Set Go! / script, Tom Peyer ; pencils, Jon Sommariva ;
   inks, Kris Justice, Serge La Pointe, Pierre-Andre Dery. --
   Milwakie, Ore. : Dark Horse Comics/Rocket Comics, 2004. --
   1 v. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Go Boy 7 ; v. 1) -- Collects
   issues 1 through 4 of the series Go Boy 7. -- Summary: A
   plane crash claims the life of Jonny Zero's parents and
   leaves him critically injured. Professor Zero, Jonny's
   uncle, uses experimental nanotech plasm to rebuild the boy.
   Jonny is transformed into Go Boy 7, the human action
   machine! -- Superhero genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.G555G6
   2004
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"Ready to Go Home, Captain Ahab?"* (The Better Half, July 24,
   1983) / by Harris. -- Summary: In a rowboat, Stanley has
   caught a minnow and his fishline is tangled around his
   whole body. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Moby Dick"
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Ready-to-Read.
   Flying Ace to the Rescue, and other Peanuts Stories. -- New
   York : Little Simon, 2003. -- 189 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
   -- (Ready-to-Read) -- "Based on the comic strips by Charles
   M. Schulz". -- Contents: Kick the Football, Charlie Brown!
   ; It's a Home Run, Charlie Brown! ; Snoopy: Flying Ace to
   the Rescue ; It's Time for School, Charlie Brown ; Friends
   Forever, Snoopy ; Lucy's Advice. -- Funny kid fiction. --
   Call no.: PN6728.P4F56 2003
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Ready-to-Read.
   Junk, Sweet Junk / by Molly Wigand ; illustrated by Barry
   Goldberg. -- New York : Scholastic Inc., 1997. -- 32 p. :
   col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Ready-to-Read) -- Summary (from
   OCLC): Tommy, Chuckie, and Angelica help Tommy's
   grandfather throw away the useless junk he has accumulated,
   but the children find new uses for most of it and Grandpa
   decides it has value after all. Based on the animated
   television show Rugrats. -- Call no.: PS3573 .I382J8 1997
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Ready-to-Read.
   Junk, Sweet Junk / by Molly Wigand ; pictures by Barry
   Goldberg. -- New York : Little Simon/Nickelodeon, 1997. --
   32 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Rugrats) -- (Ready-to-Read)
   -- Summary (from SkyRiver): Tommy, Chuckie, and Angelica
   help Tommy's grandfather throw away the useless junk he has
   accumulated, but the children find new uses for most of it
   and Grandpa decides it has value after all. Based on the
   animated television show Rugrats. -- "Level 2 reading
   together." -- "A Simon spotlight book." -- Funny kid
   fiction. -- Call no.: PN1992.77.R82J8 1997
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Ready-to-Read.
   Kick the Football, Charlie Brown! / adapted by Judy
   Katschke ; art adapted by Nick and Peter LoBianco. -- New
   York : Little Simon, 2001. -- 31 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. --
   (Peanuts) -- (Ready-to-Read. Level 2) -- "Based on the
   comic strips by Charles M. Schulz." -- Summary (from OCLC):
   Charlie Brown continues to try to kick the football and
   Lucy continues to pull it away to make him fall down. --
   Funny kid fiction. -- Call no.: PN6728.P4K46 2001
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Ready-to-Read.
   Stormy Weather / by Molly Wigand ; illustrated by Barry
   Goldberg. -- New York : Little Simon/Nickelodeon, 1997. --
   24 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Ready-to-Read) -- (Rugrats)
   -- "A Simon Spotlight Book" -- Summary (from SkyRiver):
   Babies comfort each other as a storm rages outside. --
   "Level 2 reading together" -- Funny kid fiction. -- Call
   no.: PN1992.77.R82S77 1997
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"Ready to Rent"* (Ramshackle & Slumlord Realty) / written by
   Ed Goodman ; drawn by Denis Kitchen. 1 p. in Snarf, no. 3
   (Nov. 1972). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.K5S58no.3
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Ready Wits.
   "Sound for Smell" p. 18-19 in Moral Stories (Vasan's Chitra
   Katha, no. 15 (2000?)). -- Begins: "One day a hungry beggar
   was passing by a bakery shop." -- Moral: A ready wit can
   solve many a dispute. -- Call no.: PN6790 .I54V33no.15
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