Books by Ian Graham

Released: Nov. 1, 2012

Graham explores the building of "megastructures," from skyscrapers to stadiums, bridges to dams, opera houses, tunnels and oil-drilling platforms.

This is one of those big, busy books that jam a lot of information onto the page via boxed insets, quick, jumpy paragraphs with attention-grabbing snippets, and a tumble of artwork and illustrations, with an occasional gatefold that feels as big as a quilt. Read full book review >

ROBINSON CRUSOE by Daniel Defoe
Released: June 1, 2011

"At best, a poor substitute for Cliffs Notes and like slacker fare. (Graphic novel. 11-14)"
A labored retelling of the classic survival tale in graphic format, heavily glossed and capped with multiple value-added mini-essays. Read full book review >
THINGS THAT GO
Released: Dec. 1, 2009

A vehicle-lover's dream come true, this meaty volume focuses on cars, bikes, trains, tractors, rescue vehicles, construction trucks and monster trucks. Read full book review >