How do comics support literacy?
For many, learning to read can be a struggle. What are the five keys to learning? How does the brain learn how to sound out written words? Why was writing even invented? What are the benefits of reading? How do comics support literacy? How We Read: A Graphic Guide to Literacy is a charming, playful, and fascinating 32-page comic book that answers these questions and more. Whether you are trying to learn how to read or trying to help someone who is, this comic will help.
This comic was written and drawn by The Center for Cartoon Studies graduate Daryl Seitchik ’18, a cartoonist and teacher currently living in Vermont. She has taught comics workshops for children, teens, and adults at schools, libraries, birthday parties, and museums all throughout New England, and has enjoyed expanding her reach through virtual classes on Zoom.
A digital pdf copy of How We Read: A Graphic Guide to Literacy