All three MARCH books are graphic novels that take young adult readers into the past to experience times that changed the course of history. The lunch counter sit-ins, the Freedom Riders, the Voting Rights Act, and the marches on Washington and Selma and much more are described through the eyes of John Lewis.
The sacrifices made by those who fought for the rights of others are amazing. Their commitment to non-violence despite the brutal treatment inflicted by law enforcement and racist groups was clearly illustrated in these fascinating graphic novels. These three books are definitely worth checking out and adding to library and classroom collections.