Join author Laurie Halse Anderson and illustrator Leila del Duca as they discuss their new graphic novel.
Swept away by the ocean surrounding her island home, Princess Diana of Themyscira finds herself a refugee in a land she’s never known. Faced with injustice, Diana and a new group of friends must gather the strength to assert their humanity. Anderson and del Duca reimagine Wonder Woman's origins in this timely story about the refugee experience, teenage activism, and finding the love and strength to create change.
Laurie Halse Anderson, whose groundbreaking novels include Speak and SHOUT, is a tireless advocate for diversity in publishing, intellectual freedom, and survivors of sexual violence.
Leila del Duca, a prolific comic book artist and writer, has drawn for clients including DC, Marvel, Vertigo, Image Comics, and National Geographic. Ages 14 and up.
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