It’s time to get bookish!

In conjunction with today’s release of the new graphic novel The Runaway PrincessRandom House has introduced a new imprint, Random House Graphic, under its publishing umbrella.

The new imprint for young readers and teens will roll out new titles each month across a variety of genres promising adventure, romance, friendship, and science fiction. Each story features important messages of emotional learning, visual literacy, and acceptance, among others.

The imprint will release new young-reader and middle-grade chapter books this spring and summer.

Keep reading for a few new titles to add to kids’ bookshelves!


The Runaway Princess by Johan Troïanowksi

In this middle-grade book, Princess Robin is tired of royal life and sets off on the best adventure ever. She’ll meet new friends along the way as she travels throughout her magical country’s landscape.


Bug Boys by Laura Knetzger

Two young beetles, Rhino-B and Stag-B, explore Bug Village in this chapter book as they learn about their own complicated thoughts and feelings. This story will be available on Feb. 11.


Aster and the Accidental Magic by Thom Pico/Karensac

In this middle-grade read, the story follows a young girl, Aster, when she moves to the middle of nowhere. At first, she only expects the worst. After wishing for the ability to understand and speak to her dog from a trickster god, soon Aster can only speak dog. And that’s just the beginning of her trouble. Now, that’s ruff! Read more when the book debuts on March 3.


Crabapple Trouble by Kaeti Vandorn

Friends Callaway and Thistle prepare for the upcoming festival as they learn about problem-solving, self-confidence, asking for help when you need it, and helping your friends. This young reader chapter book will hit bookstore shelves this August.