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Transgender Rights

Throughout history, transgender people have been largely ignored and discriminated against. They have sometimes faced violence. Today, some lawmakers and activists are working to change this. They are working to defend the rights of transgender people. Transgender Rights explores the history of this issue and how it has evolved, including how people and laws are addressing it today.

Travailler dans les communautés canadiennes (Vrai nord)  

Les gens se rendent au travail à tous les jours partout au Canada. Que vous viviez dans une petite ou une grande ville, sur la ferme ou en banlieue, plusieurs types d'emplois sont disponibles. Les livres de la série Les communautés canadiennes vous en apprendront plus sur les gens qui vivent et travaillent dans desdifférentes régions du Canada, ainsi que sur les types d'emplois que vous pouvez y trouver.

Travel America's Landmarks (Beacon)

Travel America's Landmarks examines the history and importance of a variety of American landmarks. Filled with engaging and fun facts about the landmarks as well as details about the visitor experience, this series will intrigue and appeal to armchair travelers.

Travel Guide for Monsters

Taking your monster on a road trip this summer? Or letting your favourite beast tag along on a family beach vacation? Wherever you and your monster are traveling, Travel Guide for Monsters is full of essential tips to help you both enjoy the sights from coast to coast--and avoid monster-related mishaps.

Travel Guide For Monsters Part Deux: A Canadian Adventure

Wrangling your monster to a rodeo? Or sharing the stands with him at a hockey game? Buckle up for another cross country trip with your favorite monster--from British Columbia to Newfoundland and all the Canada in between! Wherever you and your monster are traveling, Travel Guide for Monsters Part Deux: Canada is full of essential tips to help you both enjoy the sights of Canada and avoid monster-related trouble--eh?


Troy and Justin have been through a lot together. But Troy has had enough of street life. He cleans up his act. Finds a job. Takes classes at night. Justin is the same fun-loving guy he’s always been. He hops from job to job, but he prefers mooching off his girlfriend. About to get dumped, Justin is glum. Then Troy suggests a road trip.

True Crime Clues (UpDog Books™)

How is evidence collected at a crime scene? What can investigators learn from blood samples? What digital evidence do investigators gather on a case? Learn about the latest forensic techniques used to solve true crimes in this fascinating high-interest series.

True Survival (45th Parallel Press)

Could you survive being stranded at sea? What about a plane crash in the middle of the jungle? Each book in the True Survival series explores a shocking survival story. Books are written with a high interest level and lower level of complexity to serve more mature students reading at lower levels. Clear visuals, colourful photographs (including images of the survivors!), and considerate text help with comprehension and wild facts hold the readers' interest from the first page to the last.

True Survival Stories (Black Sheep)

Would you survive a shark attack? How far would you go to survive a plane crash? In this thrilling graphic nonfiction series, readers meet true survivors of these deadly situations. They'll learn what it took to battle the elements, outlast enemies, and make it to safety. Detailed illustrations and engaging dialogue relate each journey, and actual quotes help survivors tell the story in their own words. Maps, timelines, and additional facts highlight even more details of these amazing stories of

Truth and Honor: The President Ford Story

When Gerald Ford became president after the turmoil of the early 70s, Americans were ready for an honest, hardworking politician. And that is just what they got with President Ford. He was trustworthy, cooperative, and cared deeply about all Americans. His life, tougher than some and filled with character-building lessons, had prepared him for the job--from his childhood in Grand Rapids, Michigan to his days on the University of Michigan football team and in the Navy to his many years representi