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What is feminism? Why does it still matter? What exactly does intersectionality mean? In order to answer these (and many other) questions, I Am a Feminist first examines the history of feminism and then addresses the issues girls and women continue to face today. The book also looks at the ways in which people, especially young people, are working together to create a world where gender equality is a reality, not a dream. The author shares stories about the courageous individuals who have made a
Intolerance and Violence in Society explores the many ways that intolerance and violence continue to permeate our society, providing history behind why these problems exist and showing what people today are doing to help. Readers will learn about racial and cultural intolerance, religious intolerance, LGBTQ intolerance, sexual violence, and online bullying.
In this high-interest sports novel for young readers, Robin desperately wants to be the MVP of her roller derby team. Themes: body positivity, eating disorders, female empowerment, inclusivity, mentoring young girls.
In this high-interest novel for teen readers, Jane finds her soulmate at a Baptist reform school. Part of the Orca Soundings series - With contemporary themes and exciting stories, the Orca Soundings for reluctant teen readers are books that teens want to read. Themes: young adults, LGBTQ, diversity, self-esteem, forbidden love, secrets, defying expectations.
This series explores what it is to be LGBTQ in the United States today. All books feature personal accounts and quotes from people whose experiences add insight into the book topics. Thoughtful secondary source quotes, studies, and polls are also used.
Themes: Feminism, LGBTQIA+, Mental Health & Neurodiversity, Race & Ethnicity, Diversity. A sci-fi-tinged YA graphic novel trilogy from acclaimed cartoonist MariNaomi. A group of teenagers struggles with early romances and fraying friendships against the backdrop of a classmate's possible alien abduction and mysterious return. The headstrong Emily, the aloof Brett, the insecure Nigel, and the awkward Paula are all learning how to deal with life's challenges—and an alien presence might be affectin
Who better to talk about experiences with disabilities and disorders than the kids who have them? These narrative nonfiction picture books feature real kids and their lives. Beautiful illustrations and a dyslexic-friendly font foster inclusivity. Includes tips for kids about interacting with someone with a disability or disorder.
When the former high school basketball star attacks her, she has no choice but to defend herself. She saved her own life, but she can't bring herself to talk about what happened that night. Not all of it. Not even when she's arrested for murder. After killing her attacker, Seelie must prove in court and in the hallways of her high school that she acted in self-defence. Themes: LGBTQ+, Law & Crime, Violence.
The No Barriers series profiles people with disabilities who have succeeded/are succeeding in a variety of professions and pursuits. Each book features engaging, fact-filled biographies of 12 living and historical individuals, spotlighting their challenges and contributions.
Ren Kolins, a magic wielder in hiding, strikes a deal with a broody rebel plotting to overthrow the tyrant king, while king’s guard member Adley Farre is hunting down the rebels one by one. But time is running out for all of them. Themes: LGBTQ+, Dark Fantasy, Dystopian.