The story is told using sequential art. Think comic books.
Books for Guys
Archie, Vol.1: The New Riverdale by Mark Waid (author), Fiona Staples (illustrator), Annie Wu (illustrator), Veronica Fish (illustrator) [First in a currently 3-volume series; volume 1 collects issues 1-6]
This series puts a fresh, modern spin on a franchise that has been around for over 70 years. Archie and Betty have a fight and break up, and, though things are tense between them, both are unhappy with the way it ended. Then Veronica moves into town, and Archie is quickly pulled into her orbit, which involves sneaking around her father. All the while, Reggie makes trouble, as usual, and Jughead tries to save his friend from himself – Archie’s poor decision-making skills and legendary clumsiness cause disastrous shenanigans to follow him wherever he goes.
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1 by G. Willow Wilson (author), Adrian Alphona (artist) [First in a currently 6-volume series, with two larger volumes (of which this is the first) that each collect two of the smaller volumes; this Vol. 1 collects Ms. Marvel (2014) Vol.1: No Normal (#1-5 and parts of All-New Marvel NOW! Point One #1) & Vol. 2: Generation Why (#6-11)]
Kamala Kahn is a Muslim, Pakistani-American who happens to love superheroes. So when she becomes the next Ms. Marvel, it should be a dream come true, but superhero life comes with some unexpected problems. Now Kamala has to balance superheroism on top of her family, her cultures, and her life as an ordinary teenager.
War Brothers: The Graphic Novel by Sharon E. McKay (author), Daniel LaFrance (artist)
In Uganda, Jacob, taken at 14, is one of many children who have been kidnapped over the years so that they can be made into child soldiers in Joseph Kony’s army. Jacob vows to escape. But just as important as staying alive is not letting the horrors he experiences damage his sanity or break his spirit. This is a graphic novel adaptation of Sharon E. McKay’s book of the same name.