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March: Book Three
March: Book Three | Andrew Aydin, John Lewis
Welcome to the stunning conclusion of the award-winning and best-selling MARCH trilogy. Congressman John Lewis, an American icon and one of the key figures of the civil rights movement, joins co-writer Andrew Aydin and artist Nate Powell to bring the lessons of history to vivid life for a new generation, urgently relevant for today's world.
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SqueakyChu
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Barack Obama. John Lewis. I‘m reading March and am now on Book Three. I‘m saddened and feeling shamed by the little progress if any my own nation has made since the racism, hatred, voter suppression, gender inequality, and name-calling of the 1960s. I strongly recommend all three books of this graphic novel series.

SqueakyChu Just finished. Fabulous book. Just fabulous! 4mo
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cjegolden99
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Nonfiction. This is a series that I would definitely love to read. It tells of some of the most important events in America‘s recent history as told by a man who was there and saw it all and who was integral in the movement. This book would be perfect for fourth grade up I think and perfect for anyone who likes history but needs the engaging factor of images to help them get hooked. These images will certainly hook any reader.

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cjegolden99
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March: Book Three by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and illustrated by Nate Powell. The third in a nonfiction graphic novel series, this book tells of the lead up and effects of the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. It‘s a powerful telling of the events that pulls you in to 1963 and into the march rather than just telling you about it. It‘s beautiful, it‘s powerful, and it‘s important.

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ConnorLaCroix
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The 1965 voting rights act was signed into law by president Lyndon Johnson.

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ConnorLaCroix
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A graphic novel about the civil rights movement? Very cool. Since this is an important topic I think it is a good idea to have it in a popular format for young readers.

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MandaMT
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Wrapped up this trilogy today. It‘s such an important read- especially for those of us who grew up learning only about MLK and Rosa Parks when discussing the Civil Rights movement. These books shine a spotlight on so many other remarkable people.

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cobwebmoth It makes me feel physically ill. 9mo
Aimeesue I have no words for this hateful nonsense. Angry Vomiting will have to suffice. 9mo
Avanders Baffling 9mo
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Princess-Kingofkings This is the history we need to study. Then stand up against the evil which is the best way to teach our children. Thank you for sharing. 9mo
Crazeedi He was a horrible man I remember this dem when he was elected, and when he was shot too. Just a tragic time in history 9mo
Jas16 I have no words 9mo
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BookishMarginalia
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#CurrentlyReading the book my students are assigned for Spring Break. We‘ve read the first and second volumes already. #TeachersofLitsy #MoreImportantThanEver

kspenmoll 🙌🏻 so glad to hear your students are reading this! 9mo
rretzler Ooh-I‘ve been wanting to read that series. 9mo
EmilyM We are reading Book 1 for our school book club that I co-sponsor. 9mo
TK421 This series is amazing! 9mo
sarahbarnes I‘m so glad you‘re reading these books with your kids! 9mo
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http://wgntv.com/2019/02/19/alabama-newspaper-editor-calls-for-return-of-the-ku-...

Hard to believe how much this book feels like today, and it‘s pretty sickening.

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ravenlee
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The best of the trilogy, and that‘s saying something. These are my favorite graphic novels. This really enlivens history. It‘s amazing to me, and heartbreaking and enraging, that all of this happened so recently. I wish these books had been around when I was in high school studying US history.

These books go quickly but linger long after they‘re done.

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ravenlee
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Another lesson from the past we would do well to learn - for real this time.

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ravenlee
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Wonder why this stands out to me.

And the reception of this speech was boos, naturally. History repeating itself, maybe?

LoverofLit Wow 😲 Crazy how applicable this is to right NOW. 9mo
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Pogue
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All I have to say about this series is that it is amazing.

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Tomigirl44
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Great book (as also Book 1 and Book 2). #24in48

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chelreads
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This series was incredible! #80in18

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chelreads
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This made for a pretty good beach read today! #80in18

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Four little children murdered in the house of the Lord.
The first 20 pages are hard to read😢

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Jas16
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When I read book one it was only part of trilogy available on hoopla. I randomly checked today and am so excited they have the other two. #riotgrams #panelspicturesillustrations

UrsulaMonarch I did NOT know these were on #hoopla !!! Thanks so much for posting! 2y
TheBookDream 16 downloads! Jealous! My library allows 5 2y
Jas16 @TheBookDream We are allowed 20. I know, we are really lucky 2y
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MoMogrl
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I'm quickly realizing I may have to up my Goodreads goal for this year if I continue my pattern of reading more short stories and graphic novels. I do have some longer ones planned so we'll wait and see.

This was a great finish to the series which focused on the civil rights movement. I enjoyed it.

Book 11/50

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AndreaReads
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This is one of those books that left me with chills rushing up and down my arms as I read the last page. Incredible. I‘m currently writing a unit plan for a History class (as part of my Reading Endorsement class) and I can‘t wait to incorporate several of the stories from this book into those lessons. Definitely a must read!

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parttimedomestic
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“Until the killing of black mothers‘ sons is as important as the killing of white mothers‘ sons—we must keep on.”

Still, incredibly, relevant and heartbreaking today. I‘m almost done reading Congressman John Lewis‘ March trilogy, and it will stick with me for a long time. 💯 should be required reading.

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RachLovesTV
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This book, just as the first two volumes, is absolutely essential reading. This is not just our history, it informs our present day in very real ways. This last volume highlights all the marches in Selma, and details all the atrocities of violence perpetrated not only against those working for a fair future, but also against innocent children. It names those who fought for equal rights, and those who gave their lives.

#blackhistorymonth

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Lauren.Archer
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Simply incredible. Not sure there is anything else to say.

ClairesReads Such an amazing series wasn‘t it? 2y
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Lauren.Archer
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Going to try to read this one, before having to run errands.

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As I read March: Book Three I am amazed by the summer of 1964. Treating humans this way is #BloodyDisgusting

#SpeechBubbleChallenge #LetsGetGraphicWeeklongMarathon #LetsGetGraphicPhotoPrompts @Clwojick @TricksyTails

GrilledCheeseSamurai Beautiful illustrations! 👌 2y
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ClairesReads
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It‘s been a high quality reading year too- although my goal next year is not to be overly generous with my ratings. This year I managed 25 5 🌟 reads, which is the most I‘ve hit in years. That was in many ways thanks to the March trilogy- as well as a reread of His Dark Materials. #readharder delivered a number of 5 🌟 gems too- including my surprise fave A Deadly Wandering

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Nebklvr
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It is amazing how much information was packed into these pages!

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Nebklvr
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1965.....2017

Libby1 ❤️ 2y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa I loved this 3 part graphic novel series so much! I picked up John Lewis‘s Walking With The Wind to read next year. 2y
Nebklvr @Riveted_Reader_Melissa I hadn‘t heard about that...will have to pick it up! 2y
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Nebklvr
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Hmmmmmm

Riveted_Reader_Melissa Great series!! 2y
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Johanna414
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I used to wait for the Printz award to be announced each year and made an attempt to read all of the books. Obviously I have not done a very good job with that the last few years... hoping that if I add them to my bullet journal, I‘ll have more incentive to pick them up!

LibrarianRyan You can do it. I have the same goal. 👍🤓 2y
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Readerann
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I think these graphic novels are very effective in telling John Lewis‘ story. He is one of my heroes.

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MichelleL
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This book is HF by john Lewis and illustrated by Nate Powell which is a grapic novel that is presented in real time, I would have this book as an IR. This would be the lesson plan that I use http://cbldf.org/2017/07/using-graphic-novels-in-education-march-book-three/ ESOL 29 and UDL 6.3 #ucflae3414f17

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GuiltyFeat
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Read the first one last year and read it again today along with volumes two and three. Simply a remarkable achievement. Angry-making and inspiring, this is a story that must be told and retold about the heroic actions and non-violent beliefs of people who sought justice and equality. Stunning.

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TK421
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This is without a doubt the best graphic novel series that I have ever read. I'm having a hard time putting into words just how powerful and moving these books are. They have joined my short list of books that I think everyone should read. Thank you John Lewis for telling your story in this format.

CatLass007 John Lewis = amazing human being 2y
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ErinC
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This last book in the trilogy dealt more with the politics and legal aspects of the movement. But that‘s just as important a part of the story as the sit ins and marches. I truly believe this trilogy is a must read for all Americans. It‘s excellent.

TheBookHippie I agree! 2y
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cobwebmoth
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Such a powerful series of graphic novels. I shed so many tears reading these. #LitsyReadingChallenge #LRC14 #2016awardwinner

No_One Never heard of this trilogy, but it looks amazing! 2y
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PerksOfBeingABookworm
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I cannot recommend this trilogy highly enough. It spans the years of 1958-1965 and talks about so much more than the march on Washington. It's educational, easily approachable, holds your attention, and provides a nuanced portrayal of the fight for desegregation and the right to vote. The majority of the story occurs in the past, but I loved the present moments with Obama's Inauguration Day.

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Babs_book_obsession
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Very highly recommended. Incredible insight into the civil rights movement. I can't imagine having the courage or intelligence (the planning, fundraising, and the politics!) to accomplish what they did. Sadly, this is also very topical considering how it is increasingly obvious, even for people with white privilege like me, that institutionalized racism and voter suppression are still very real problems.

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PerksOfBeingABookworm
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Someone is much more interested in playing than having a cup of coffee and reading. Here's hoping I can find some time to read this afternoon!

Cinfhen Cuuuteee!!! 2y
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PerksOfBeingABookworm
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Senator John Lewis looking back on Barack Obama's Inauguration Day crowd in 2008. I am seriously loving the graphics in this series. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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I will be returning to these books time and again. Please read them if you haven't! This is all of our legacy--to honor these people's work and continue it.

Sydsavvy You sailed right past me. I really don't know what I'm saving book three for. But it will be soon! 2y
Nat_Reads @Sydsavvy I just couldn't stop. I'll be up for a slower, more contemplative reread soon. I'm teach Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass and Huck Finn soon...wanting to extend the unit into Civil Rights unit if there's time... 2y
Sydsavvy 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻❣️ 2y
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booksbaconglitter
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This series is fantastic and honestly taught me more about the Civil Rights movement than my U.S. History class in high school. It was hard to read this at times especially after the protests in Charlottesville, but that's also why it's so important to read this book. In 2017 we're still fighting the same battles that John Lewis was fighting over 50 years ago. 😕

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booksbaconglitter
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Seemed like a good time to read this after the horrific events from this past weekend.

melissajayne Seems like I need to reread the series again. 2y
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BlankWallBrian
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Appropriate reading given all that's going on.