Corpse Talk: Groundbreaking Rebels / By Adam and Lisa Murphy
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|Krum Public Library||J GN 920.72 COR (Text)||36249000194208||JUNIOR GRAPHIC NOVELS||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780744033847
- ISBN: 0744033845
- ISBN: 9780744033854
- ISBN: 0744033853
- Physical Description: 119 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 24 cm
- Edition: First American edition
- Publisher: New York, NY : Dorling Kindersley Publishing, Incorporated, 2021
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Spartacus, gladiator 111BC-71BCE -- Boudicca, Iceni queen 30-61 -- Thomas Becket, saint 1118-1170 -- Simon de Montfort, rebellious earl 1208-1265 -- William Wallace, guardian of Scotland 1270-1305 -- Owain Glyndwr, Welsh ruler 1359-1415 -- Jane Grey,Gráinne Ní Mháille, pirate queen 1530-1603 English queen 1537-1554 pirate queen 1530-1603 -- Guy Fawkes, conspirator 1570-1606 -- Oliver Cromwell, military dictator 1599-1658 -- Maximilien Robespierre, revolutionary 1758-1794 -- George Washington, U.S. president 1732-1799 -- Toussaint Louverture, rebel leader 1743-1803 -- Sitting Bull, Sioux leader 1831-1890 -- Emmeline Pankhurst, suffragette 1858-1928 -- Mohandas "Mahatma" Gandhi, Indian activist 1869-1948 -- Frida Kahlo, Mexican artist 1907-1954 -- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., minister & activist 1929-1968.
"Welcome to Corpse Talk, the chat show with a difference - all of the guests are dead! Meet your host, comic book artist Adam Murphy, as he interviews eighteen show-stopping rebels. Want to read the inside story of Sitting Bull, the last chief of the great Sioux nation? Or wondered what led to Martin Luther King Jr becoming such an iconic freedom-fighter? This graphic novel answers all of your questions about the lives of these rancorous rebels with a cause, from the struggles they overcame for their countries to their personal challenges. Bold and expressive illustrations by Adam and Lisa Murphy bring historical events to life, literally, while humorous text makes learning history fun. Full-page illustrations give more detail on the bigger picture behind the rebels stories, with special features on gladiators in Ancient Rome, crime and punishment in medieval times, and an overview of guerrilla warfare. Whether you're a fan of these adventurous rebels or just love a good story, this graphic novel will not fail to inspire you and make you laugh."-- Provided by publisher.
|Target Audience Note:||
Grade level 4-7.
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