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Illustrated books to engage the reluctant reader



Great Lives
Graphic Biographies

PUB. DATE: JUNE 2019
Each book: Paperback with flaps, 128 pp., 6" x 9"
$12.99, Can$15.99
(Ages 9+)

The Great Lives series is designed to help older children learn about some of the most exciting men and women who have ever lived and presents the information in a way that they'll actually enjoy! These nonfiction graphic books follow the lives of scientists, artists, and activists who made enormous contributions to the world. Following these people from their early childhood right up until their most extraordinary achievements, kids will discover the many incredible ways that they have impacted our world.




Leonardo da Vinci
A Graphic History of the "Renaissance Man"
Tammy L. Enz
Illustrated by Dave Shephard




Discover the ways that imagination, curiosity, and courage made Leonardo da Vinci into the painter, dreamer, and inventor that the world remembers today.

ISBN: 978-1-4380-1203-2





Albert Einstein
A Graphic History of the Father of Modern Physics
Ned Hartley
Illustrated by Tom Humberstone




See how Albert Einstein went from being a young boy that might never talk to a future genius who triumphed over obstacles and became a success.

ISBN: 978-1-4380-1202-5






Marie Curie
A Graphic History of the World�s
Most Famous Female Scientist

Agnieszka Biskup
Illustrated by Sonia Leong





Learn about Marie Curie's childhood and her days as a bright young student in Russian-occupied Poland all the way to her Nobel Prize-winning work in Physics and Chemistry.

ISBN 978-1-4380-1204-9





Martin Luther King, Jr.
A Graphic History of America�s Great Civil Rights Leader
Rachel Ruiz; Illustrated by Jess Taylor
Fiona W. Dunn, and Sarah Skeate





See how Martin Luther King Jr.'s early experiences and beliefs shaped him into the leader of the Civil Rights movement and a martyr in the fight for equal rights.

ISBN 978-1-4380-1205-6





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