Susan B. Anthony knew that women deserved the right to vote — and she was determined to make her voice heard. 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. She even voted "illegally" in a presidential election, using her arrest and trial as a way to bring the suffragist's cause to the public.
In this graphic biography from the Show Me History! series, kids will learn about the woman who was at the forefront of the women’s suffrage movement in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Full-color illustrations and historically accurate text make this biography an entertaining, educational, and inspiring read for those who enjoy history and graphic novels. It's a vibrant introduction to one of America's great activists!