Susan B. Anthony: Champion for Voting Rights!

Illustrated by Tara Kurtzhals / Inker Christopher Peterson / Letterer John Roshell
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About The Book

A biography of leading social reformer Susan B. Anthony, told in graphic novel format.

Susan B. Anthony: Champion for Voting Rights! is a biography of the woman who was at the forefront of the women’s suffrage movement in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Along with other social reformers such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Frederick Douglass, Anthony not only paved the way for women seeking the right to vote but also spoke out against the institution of slavery, at great personal risk. Full-color illustrations and historically accurate text make this biography an entertaining, educational, and inspiring read for those who enjoy history and graphic novels.

About The Author

Mark Shulman has written more than 150 books for kids of all ages, including illustrated stories for Marvel Comics, Scholastic, Chronicle Books, Simon & Schuster, and more. Their subjects include The Incredible Hulk, Madagascar, Shamu the orca, The Amazing World of Gumball, and others. Mark started reading comics when they cost just 15 cents and hasn't stopped. He's still got Silver Surfer #1 in very fine condition, and he's not letting it go.

About The Illustrator

Tara Kurtzhals is a comic book artist and writer residing in southeast Michigan. She has worked with Line Webtoon, a digital comics platform; The Nib, a daily comics publication online; and Lion Forge Comics. Some of her titles include Girls Have A Blog and Knight & Beard. At the College for Creative Studies, Tara developed a passion for making fun comics for all ages focusing on diverse and complex female characters. Tara's ultimate goal is to encourage the next generation to create comics that help them navigate the world in a positive way.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Portable Press (May 14, 2020)
  • Length: 96 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781645170747
  • Grades: 3 - 7
  • Ages: 8 - 12

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