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Fatal Attractions By James E. Copple
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This book examines the problems associated with alcohol consumption among youth and the impact of the alcohol industry and popular culture on youth drinking.
Fatal Attractions By James E. Copple
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This book examines the problems associated with alcohol consumption among youth and the impact of the alcohol industry and popular culture on youth drinking.
I Don't Do Boxes: Issue One By Elsewhere Museum
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I Don't Do Boxes is a magazine for and by queer youth, gathering stories from the southeast and beyond. This first issue gathers over 30 artworks, poems, stories, advice columns, essays and... More > photographs exploring queer southern experience. I Don’t Do Boxes is a project of QueerLab, a youth-led platform for digital storytelling at Elsewhere, a living museum in downtown Greensboro, NC. I Don’t Do Boxes is an Elsewhere collaboration with YouthSAFE and the Guilford Green Foundation. http://idontdoboxes.org/< Less
Hidden Roots By Joseph Bruchac
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"Hidden Roots" focuses on the greater impact that the generations of Abenaki that followed had to deal with. Readers will learn about the loss of identity, history and culture; lack... More > of self worth and fear that Abenaki people were feeling, and still feel today. Middle grade readers love to see life as "being fair", and will totally understand that life is not fair in this story. This is a book that should be read in every middle school class, so that this history will not be forgotten, and never be repeated.< Less
Hidden Roots By Joseph Bruchac
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"Hidden Roots" focuses on the greater impact that the generations of Abenaki that followed had to deal with. Readers will learn about the loss of identity, history and culture; lack... More > of self worth and fear that Abenaki people were feeling, and still feel today. Middle grade readers love to see life as "being fair", and will totally understand that life is not fair in this story. This is a book that should be read in every middle school class, so that this history will not be forgotten, and never be repeated.< Less
Recounting Memory By Mara Jevera Fulmer
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Full title - Recounting Memory: Flint-Area Holocaust Survivors & Youth Dialogue with History. Published to accompany an exhibit of stories and photos of survival in an oral history project that... More > brings together area students and Holocaust survivors. Students and faculty of Mott Community College in Flint, MI collaborated with high school students and staff of Flint’s Jewish Community Services to capture the stories of Flint-area Holocaust survivors who were immigrants from the former USSR. First-hand accounts of survival during World War II were retold by five community members who had lived through this period as young children. Students engaged in the interviews, hearing the stories of survival, hope, and overcoming racial and ethnic persecution, topics that still resonate loudly in today’s world. The educational focus of this project demonstrates the value of partnerships between colleges and local non-profits which can create rich opportunities for learning that can bring the lessens of history to life.< Less
Recounting Memory By Mara Jevera Fulmer
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Full title - Recounting Memory: Flint-Area Holocaust Survivors & Youth Dialogue with History. Published to accompany an exhibit of stories and photos of survival in an oral history project that... More > brings together area students and Holocaust survivors. Students and faculty of Mott Community College in Flint, MI collaborated with high school students and staff of Flint’s Jewish Community Services to capture the stories of Flint-area Holocaust survivors who were immigrants from the former USSR. First-hand accounts of survival during World War II were retold by five community members who had lived through this period as young children. Students engaged in the interviews, hearing the stories of survival, hope, and overcoming racial and ethnic persecution, topics that still resonate loudly in today’s world. The educational focus of this project demonstrates the value of partnerships between colleges and local non-profits which can create rich opportunities for learning that can bring the lessens of history to life.< Less
Lenin's Asylum: Two Years in Moldova By A. A. Weiss
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The best travel writers are cool-headed, reliable reporters who offer us rare glimpses into foreign lands. Through such stories, we experience the writer’s transformation from outsider to... More > insider, and witness a blossoming love affair with the people, the land, the history. Weiss invites us into Moldova, the poorest country in Europe … and teaches us the importance of immersing oneself in another culture, reminding us that sometimes to find ourselves, we must risk getting lost. ~ Angela Morales, author of ‘The Girls In My Town’ Like many Peace Corps volunteers, A. A. Weiss was sent to serve in a country that did not exist when he was born. Moldova? Part of the magic of the volunteer experience is a place you’ve never thought about becomes your entire world for two long years. Weiss writes beautifully, and brings the post-Soviet society to life, with humor, keen observation, and compassion. ~ Peter Hessler, author of ‘River Town’ and ‘Oracle Bones’< Less
Lenin's Asylum By A. A. Weiss
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The best travel writers are cool-headed, reliable reporters who offer us rare glimpses into foreign lands. Through such stories, we experience the writer’s transformation from outsider to... More > insider, and witness a blossoming love affair with the people, the land, the history. Weiss invites us into Moldova, the poorest country in Europe … and teaches us the importance of immersing oneself in another culture, reminding us that sometimes to find ourselves, we must risk getting lost. ~ Angela Morales, author of ‘The Girls In My Town’ Like many Peace Corps volunteers, A. A. Weiss was sent to serve in a country that did not exist when he was born. Moldova? Part of the magic of the volunteer experience is a place you’ve never thought about becomes your entire world for two long years. Weiss writes beautifully, and brings the post-Soviet society to life, with humor, keen observation, and compassion. ~ Peter Hessler, author of ‘River Town’ and ‘Oracle Bones’< Less
Side Effects - Issue #2 By Ross Cheam
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There's a new girl in town...Who is She? What does she want? There's a killer among us... Who will survive the Side Effects? Part of the "Who is She?" Campaign. The second installment of... More > this exciting short comic-book series!< Less

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