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Van Wagenen, Maya (22 August 2014). "On the Road: 'Sisters,' by Raina Telgemeier". The New York Times . Retrieved 25 January 2018.
In 2015, Telgemeier won an Eisner Award for Best Writer/Artist, citing Sisters.  It was also named to the Young Adult Library Services Association's 2015 shortlist of Great Graphic Novels for Teens,  and a 2015 Association for Library Service to Children Notable Children's Book for Middle Readers. Notable Children's Books". Association for Library Service to Children, American Library Association . Retrieved 25 January 2018. Raina Telgemeier submitted a storyboard/thumbnail draft to her sister three years before the novel's publication, seeking Amara's permission to tell her side of their story. Amara provided insights on some of the vignettes and helped Raina develop a second draft. 
a b Raina Telgemeier (4 September 2014). "Raina Telgemeier Shares the Secrets of "Sisters" " (Interview). Interviewed by Alex Dueben. CBR . Retrieved 25 January 2018. Great Graphic Novels for Teens". Young Adult Library Services Association . Retrieved 25 January 2018. Sisters is an autobiographical graphic novel written by Raina Telgemeier as a follow-up to her earlier graphic memoir Smile. It details a long summer road trip taken from San Francisco to Colorado by her family and explores the relationship between Raina and her younger sister, Amara.
Keller, Esther (21 August 2014). "Review: Sisters". Good Comics for Kids [blog]. School Library Journal . Retrieved 25 January 2018.