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Want to read more about John Lewis and the Civil Rights Movement? Do you want a crash course on how to read a graphic novel? You’re in luck! See below for recommended reading and discussion points related to MARCH. Check this page often for updates!

From The Horn Book, a primer on sequential storytelling: “How to Read a Graphic Novel

From the MARCH planning committee and the youth services librarians at BFPL: MARCH Bibliography for Children and Teens

From School Library Journal, teaching ideas and discussion topics related to the MARCH series: 

From the BFPL, a list of other graphic novels from diverse authors, for a range of age groups: Diverse Reads Graphic Novels

From The Boston Globe, a travelogue of places mentioned in MARCH: Heading down South with an eye on history

Suggested graphic novels for further reading from Robin Brenner, Brookline Public Library:

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