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At the beginning of the twentieth century, Margaret Sanger, Mary Ware Dennett, and others began to defy these laws and advocate for the legalization of birth control and for better women's reproductive healthcare. By 1960 doctors had developed the Pill, but it wasn't until 1972 that all US citizens had legal access to birth control. And in the landmark decision Roe v Wade (1973), the US Supreme Court ruled that women had a constitutional right to terminate a pregnancy.
When seventeen-year-old Tatiana discovers that she is living four different but parallel lives in the multiverse, she and her other selves must band together to stop a megalomaniac scientist: their father.
Riley Donovan is the new kid in a small town where her aunt (and guardian) has just started a job as a detective on the town’s police force. When things don't seem right to Riley, she can't help but investigate. In her determination to get to the truth, she makes some powerful enemies.
For Grace Parker, surfing is all about the ride and the moment. When she drops into a perfect wave, Grace can forget that her best friend, Ford Watson, has a crush on her that she can't reciprocate, no matter how tempting. She can forget the troubleshe faces at home, where her parents pressure her to be impossibly perfect. She can forget how badly she wants a surf scholarship to UC San Diego. Signing up for her first surf competition, Grace has just one summer to train and impress the universit
The future is now. The next generation of amazing athletes is already taking over, and these young stars are gearing up to take their sports to new heights. Learn about these dynamic young players in Rising Stars. With engaging text, fact boxes, and action photographs, these books will prepare you to cheer on the biggest sports stars for years to come.
The Road to the World's Most Popular Cup takes readers around the globe with a look at the countries and teams vying for soccer's ultimate prizeàthe World Cup. Each book in the series focuses on a different aspect of the pursuit of the golden trophy, from what the teams had to do to get to the World Cup, to the teams expected to be there at the very end. Discover the star players of the sport from America to Europe and the rest of the soccer world. Bring the words to life on your smartphone by s
Just when Isabelle thinks her life can't get any worse, something happens to her at school that makes her wonder how she can continue to look after her younger siblings, Evan and Maisie, work at the local mini-mart and deal with her alcoholic mother. It's more than any sixteen-year-old should have to bear, but Isabelle can't think of a way out that won't hurt her brother and sister. When Isabelle punches a girl at school, only one teacher sees past Isabelle's aggressive behaviour. Challenged to
As the planet's population explodes, so does the demand for water. About one out of every nine people in the world does not have access to safe drinking water, while one out of every five—almost 1.5 billion humans—lives in a region where water demand is outstripping supply. Fresh water resources are dwindling due to climate change and droughts, pollution, overconsumption, and privatization.Can governments, businesses, and individuals work together to clean up and protect Earth's water resourc
This narrative nonfiction book tells the true story of six-year-old Sachiko Yasui's miraculous survival of the Nagasaki atomic bomb on August 9, 1945 and the heartbreaking and lifelong aftermath.
NBC’s Saturday Night Live is one of the most popular—and influential—North American television shows in history. This entertaining title examines the show's history, its iconic characters and sketches, and the way it satirizes, parodies, and shapes North American culture.