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Teenagers today are taking a stand on many important societal issues. This series explores what they are doing and why, how they are going about it, and what they hope to achieve. It also offers guidance on some of the tools and knowledge that young people will need if they want to take stands on issues that matter to them. In all books in the series, teen activists and others share their experiences on the front lines of activism.
This engaging book introduces readers to the importance of accepting and embracing differences in race, religion, and ability. Vibrant photos and simple text reflect diverse experiences to help all readers feel empowered.
Gender identity is one?s personal conception of gender. It is closely related to the various roles that males and females typically play in society. This thought-provoking book shows how and why some people have come to question or explore their gender identity and how this can sometimes lead to controversy.
Celebrated author Carole Boston Weatherford and illustrator Floyd Cooper provide a powerful look at the Tulsa Race Massacre, one of the worst incidents of racial violence in our nation's history. The book traces the history of African Americans in Tulsa's Greenwood district and chronicles the devastation that occurred in 1921 when a white mob attacked the Black community. News of what happened was largely suppressed, and no official investigation occurred for seventy-five years. This picture boo
Poor Peter always gets the blame, even when it's not his fault. That's what happens when you're the only vampire in the school.
When young witches come of age they get to choose their own grown up witch nose! However, no new nose seems quite right to Griz, until she spots the perfect nose . . . in her own reflection!
Scientists work hard in the lab and in the field to make important discoveries. But that's not all-they also love to dance, fly drones, eat French fries, and more! Meet fourteen phenomenal and diverse scientists.
Bush Baby is so lonely-but no one wants to be her friend! Not Giraffe, or Flamingo, but maybe Lion. . . . These wildlife creatures have to learn to not judge each other by their appearances.
Based on an actual story, a girl with cerebral palsy feels trapped in her body and unable to communicate. It causes her to grunt in anger, scaring off children and making it impossible to make friends. When her art teacher straps a paintbrush to her head, the children nickname her “Woodpecker Girl.” But the girl begins to paint her thoughts and feelings and her talent bursts through. Illustrator Huang mimicked the girl’s style for the book and the girl’s real paintings are displayed in the backm