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She Represents: 44 Women Who Are Changing Politics . . . and the World

In a complicated political era when the United States feels divided, this book celebrates feminism and female contributions to politics, activism, and communities. Each of the forty women profiled in this illustrated book has demonstrated her capabilities and strengths in political and community leadership and activism, both in the United States and around the world. Written in an approachable, journalistic tone and rounded out by beautiful colour portraits and thought-provoking quotes, this boo

Shoot the Moon

Shoot the Moon is a young adult retelling of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations and companion novel to Seeking Mansfield featuring Tate Bertram, a nineteen-year-old gambling addict who, despite almost losing his life over his vice, is not ready to admit he has a problem.

Sirenz Back in Fashion

It's Hell on heels—again! When Shar tries on a Tiffany's diamond ring from Hades, the annoyingly hot Lord of the Underworld, it activates an obscure contractual clause that puts Shar and former-frenemy-turned-friend Meg in Hades' service once more. Shar is whisked away to prepare a ball, while Meg is sent to help a spoiled rich girl. Just when it appears the girls will be doomed to serve Hades for eternity, two gorgeous demigods show up. But can the girls finally ditch Hades forever?

Sleep-Deprived Nation: Why Sleep Matters

Today, large numbers of people of all ages and walks of life get too little sleep on a regular basis. This unfortunate situation has far-reaching negative effects on society, from increased highway accidents and fatalities to lost productivity at work. Teens are particularly vulnerable to losing sleep, in part because of the blue light from their phones and computers. This volume explores possible ways to combat the widespread problem of too little sleep.

Smartphones and Society

Smartphones and Society examines how smartphones have changed different aspects of daily life. Readers will learn how these devices have shaped society in both positive and negative ways. Each book includes a graphic that presents key information visually, source notes, and resources to aid in further research.

Smashing Stigma: Dismantling Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination

Stigma is everywhere, from mistrust of unhoused people to discrimination based on weight. Having and discussing mental health challenges has been stigmatized for years until recently when high-profile actors, athletes, and professionals started to share their experiences. Where do these ideas come from and how are they perpetuated in our society? Readers will learn how to stop the spread of stereotypes and prejudice. Informational text on how to identify and confront stigma is paired with person

Social Media: Does the Good Outweigh the Bad?

Social media offers the promise of bringing people together and enabling them to share ideas and information. However, social media also has a dark side, with malicious users peddling misinformation, harassing others, and running scams to defraud unwary victims. This book examines both good aspects and bad, and explores how social media platforms could be made safer and more reliable as sources of information.

Social Media's Star Power: The New Celebrities and Influencers

New polls show that a majority of kids hope to become social media stars one day. But only a handful will benefit from the billions of dollars advertisers dole out to social media influencers annually. Social Media’s Star Power illustrates the positive and negative aspects of this trend, with anecdotes and quotes from winners, losers, and industry insiders.

Solutions for a Cleaner, Greener Planet: Environmental Chemistry

Many of the most toxic materials on Earth-from arsenic to plutonium-occur naturally, but manufacturers have also used them incommon products, such as paints, plumbing, pesticides, nuclear fuel, and weaponry. Without careful management, toxins can leach into groundwater and pollute our environment. Exposure to toxic elements leads to various cancers, impairment of the immune and reproductive systems, as well as cognitive problems. What can be done? Learn more about the chemistry of key contamin

Some Quiet Place

I can't feel sadness, anger, or fear. I can't feel anything. I've grown talented at pretending. Elizabeth Caldwell doesn't feel emotions . . . she sees them in human form. Longing hovers around the shy, adoring boy at school. Courage materializes beside her dying friend. Fury and Resentment visit her abusive home. They've all given up on Elizabeth because she doesn't succumb to their touch. All, that is, except beautiful Fear, who sometimes torments her and other times plays her compassionate sa