How to Use Comic Books to Make Learning Fun
Stacey Giulianti owns Lauderdale comics in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. As a comic book lover and avid reader, he believes that comic books can help kids-and adults- learn to love learning and reading.
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It’s an autism friendly store, where people are trained in working with people on the spectrum; they also employ people who are on the spectrum. It is a place to sit, hang out and read, play old-fashioned video games.
They cater to people from different walks of life. They hold art classes for adults and children as well.
They wanted to create a different atmosphere for a comic book store.
Comic Books can be Educational
In order to survive in the system with so many comic book producers, the storylines and the art has gotten so competitive, the quality has really amped up.
The kinds of items are very inclusive.
For example, instead of Iron Man, there is Iron Heart: a teenage African American boy.
You want kids and adults to read, and what better way than when you have great artwork that tells stories.
The New Comic Books are Different