Thoughtful, inspiring, and moving, This Place: 150 Years Retold collects ten tales about the Indigenous communities of Canada and their troubled relationship with the country’s non-Indigenous inhabitants. The talented writers and...
"Grow Yourself Beautiful" is a caring self-help companion for teenage girls who long to feel beautiful. Sharon Caldwell Peddie’s "Grow Yourself Beautiful" is a compassionate self-help guide for teen girls seeking true beauty and deep...
"The Worst First Day" is an accessible history of segregation and racism that encourages critical thinking. In 1957, the simple act of going to high school transformed Elizabeth Eckford into a nationally recognized figure. She and her...
Angelica Shirley Carpenter’s "Born Criminal" skillfully fills in the history of an activist erased from history. While nineteenth-century women’s suffrage movements often saw elite white women fighting for their rights and no one...
Myrtilla Miner was an important abolitionist who took the bold step of opening a school for African-American girls in Washington DC in the years leading up to the Civil War. Michael M. Greenburg introduces young readers to this often...
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