Re: Constitutions: Connecting Citizens with the Rules of the Game (World Citizen Comics)
Over the summer, Marcus volunteered at the Welcome Center to help immigrants with their citizenship tests. He is stuck on a paper he has to write for school about how citizenship and the constitution are linked. Family members, neighbors, and friends help Marcus meet and hear valuable stories from others who were impacted as citizens by the constitution in their home countries. In the process, Marcus learns about the rules of the game and how the constitution serves as the most important rule book.
Told in an engaging format, Constitutions is a great educational graphic novel packed with a lot of important cases and time periods. It is perfectly suitable for a child to read or as a read-aloud because the content isn’t as dense as the other books in the series. I absolutely love that the World Citizen Comics series is offering civic lessons in a graphic novel format, and so far, I have loved all the books in the series. I highly recommend this book and the series to adults and children because it’s never too early or late to learn about American civics.
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