While the trilogy documenting Congressman John Lewis's civil rights movement has concluded, more such stories might be pending from Andrew Aydin.
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The three-volume graphic memoir of the congressman and civil-rights leader has rocketed to No. 1 on Amazon as sales shot up 106,700 percent.
The Civil Rights graphic memoir serves not only as an insightful look at the past, but as a blueprint to future movements for social and political change.
The final volume of Congressman John Lewis' graphic memoir has won the prestigious National Book Award for Young People's Literature.
The conclusion of the acclaimed trilogy by Rep. John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell is a finalist for the prestigious National Book Award for young people's literature.
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In "March: Book Three," Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell emotionally chronicle a dark but defining era in American history.
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Andrew Aydin, congressional aide to Rep. John Lewis, explains how he's protesting Donald Trump's campaign comments, and the bigotry on Capitol Hill.
"March: Book Three" co-writer Rep. Lewis will take to the show floor to celebrate the graphic novel and demonstrate the power of political protest.
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Look at the cover and some interior art from the final volume of Rep. John Lewis' Civil Rights memoir, drawn by Nate Powell and co-authored by Andrew Aydin.