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March: Book Three

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Uplifting finale to terrific series reveals tragic violence.

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Comics can bring social issues to life in ways that sometimes surpass other media, and this remarkable trilogy demonstrates exactly how. For March: Book Three, Rep. John Lewis has a wealth of experience from which to draw, and he and his younger collaborators have created a nonfiction graphic memoir designed to enlighten and encourage a new generation of engaged readers. March: Book Three celebrates the bravery and resourcefulness of the early members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee but doesn't shy away from showing the costs some paid for their quest for justice. The trilogy is a marvel of nonfiction visual storytelling.

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