Graphic History of the Civil Rights Movement - Set of 6

Graphic History of the Civil Rights Movement - Set of 6
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    Code: GRAPH108
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    Author: Gary Jeffrey
    Format: Library Binding
    Publisher: Gareth Stevens
    Series: Graphic History of the Civil Rights Movement
    Ages: 8 to 14
    Size: 6¾ X 9¼
    Total Pages: 24
    For Grades: 3 to 8
    List Price: $149.70
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    This engaging and educational series presents pivotal moments in the civil rights movement in a new and exciting way. Depicted in the style of a graphic novel, these incredible stories make history come alive for even the most reluctant readers. Engaging, accessible text is accompanied with captivating artwork. This vibrant approach to American history places readers in the middle of critical moments in the fight for civil rights, including the legal battles to overturn segregation laws and the famous march on Washington. Readers will be introduced to the individuals who came to personify the civil rights movement, including Rosa Parks, Thurgood Marshall, and Martin Luther King Jr.

    • Graphic-novel form and accessible text appeal to reluctant readers
    • Presents firsthand accounts of major moments in the history of the American civil rights movement
    • Brief introduction to each book provides historical context for the featured event
    • Detailed illustrations enhance understanding and excitement
    • Conclusion in each book details the lasting effect of each event
    • Glossary and index guide readers as they navigate each book

    Titles include:


    The Little Rock Nine and the Fight for Equal Education


    Malcolm X and the Fight for African American Unity


    Martin Luther King Jr. and the March on Washington


    Medgar Evers and the NAACP


    Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott



    Thurgood Marshall: The Supreme Court Rules on "Seperate But Equal"