The true story of the teenage girl who would lead the armies of France to victory, beautifully illustrated in ~124 pg graphic novel.
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@Rosy Red Rachel: That's a great question! We want Joan's actions to speak for themselves. As we're depicting the story as Joan testifies at her trial, she will of course talk about her various visitations but they won't be depicted. This will leave it up to the reader to decide if Joan truly conspired with the Devine. However, without spoiling it, I will admit that we "blink" at the very end. But I think it's done in a sweet and powerful way rather than a way that potentially diminishes Joan's historically significant worldly feats.
I love joan of arc! she's actually my most favorite historical person! so I instantly snatched this up, and what a rare find! she is hardly spoken of at all now days, so seeing this is great! one question though, jeanne said many times that God had instructed her to save france/saw angels ect, will that be in the comic too? because im all for historical accuraccy :)
@Joanne Lindamood: You know what? I think that's a great idea. It'll likely take some time but I will definitely look into putting something together.
I teach middle school history and I am excited about this project, which I learned about on Facebook. One of the things I was hoping to see as a reward for the Classroom Collection was a Teacher's Guide that had suggestions on how to build lessons. Is that something we may see?