A week after I decided to dedicate Wednesdays to posts recommending three stories linked together by some common theme, I noticed that NPR is doing the same thing. There are some great themes: gossip, family secrets, and France, to name just a few.
To continue my recent series of posts on graphic novels, I’m focusing on graphic travel memoirs today. Each book below is beautifully drawn and enables you to see the country as the author did.
2) Carnet de Voyage, by Craig Thompson. Travel diary of the author’s trip to Europe, with a side trip to Morocco, to promote his graphic memoir, Blankets.
3) Burma Chronicles, also by Guy DeLisle.
What travel books, graphic or not, do you recommend?