Book two follows John Lewis and his fellow activists as they continue to fight for desegregation and freedom by partaking in freedom rides and protesting. Tensions rise higher and higher from outside forces as well as inside.
The end of July is here and I've got the monthly wrap-up for you. Take a scroll and check out what you may have missed.
In this first volume. Congressman John Lewis details his time going to school, college, and his part in de-segregation, starting with sit-ins at counters in diners and even his first meeting with Martin Luther King Jr.
Los Angeles 1992, riots have broken out across the city after Rodney King is nearly beaten to death and the officers responsible are let go. Ashley comes from a wealthy black family and just wants to keep going on like nothing has changed but as senior year comes to an end change happens anyway.
It's the end of April! Wowzers, it's been one busy month. I've got the wrap-up for you. Take a scroll and check out any reviews you might've missed!
Jo just wants to get away from New ORleans and start a life where nobody knows her as the prostitute's daughter of the French Quarter. But when her mother gets tangled up in a murder investigation it gets further away.
Here comes a story of struggle and hardship as Art listens and works to convert his father's story of him and his wife's struggle to survive the Holocaust into a graphic novel.
Every year I create a bookish New Year's Resolution. 2021 is no exception. It's the year of the graphic novel!
The seasons have been changing pretty fast here, so here's a short and sweet booklist of books I've chosen based on the four seasons.