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One single act of violence is all it takes to completely change the lives of two teenagers. This bestselling novel will foster important and necessary discussions in your classroom about race relations, privilege, police brutality, and the meaning of community in modern America. This book is…

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…and Punishment The Great Gatsby As I Lay Dying A Farewell to Arms Their Eyes Were Watching God The Bluest Eye Hamlet The Importance of Being Earnest Our Town Death of a Salesman Raisin in the Sun Great American Poems Transcendentalism: Essential Essays of Emerson and Thoreau Black Boy Common Sense

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A novel that details the struggles of a young African American boy as he integrates into an all-white school. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback volume discounts. You'll always save at least 25% on any paperback you order. If the retail value of your order is at least $500, you'll…

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In Soldier Boys, readers are able to see for themselves two sides of a story. Two boys from different worlds become very similar when they decide to join the army during World War II except one joins the American army, and the other the German. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback…

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…eager to continue. This book helped open their eyes to great multicultural literature and positively influenced their social consciousness. Black Boy takes place in the era of Jim Crow and, because of its violence and language, is best suited for the upper grades. This book is eligible for Prestwick…

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Walter Dean Myers’ fascinating autobiography describes his life as a boy growing up in Harlem in the 1940s. With vivid details that bring to life the world he grew up in, Bad Boy shows Myers growing from a child into a confused adolescence during which peer pressure and environment led him to…

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A brilliant historical fiction portraying, through the eyes of a young boy, the injustices experienced by an African–American family in the post–Reconstruction South. The language in this novel is simple, yet poignant, promising to captivate your students and develop their understanding…

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…and the concept of home. The Secret Life of Bees is an easy read that combines unbridled compassion with female empowerment, but it appeals to boys as well because of its humor, kindhearted characters, and realistic protagonists. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback volume discounts.…

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Drawing characters based on his memories of real inhabitants of Monterey, Steinbeck interweaves the stories of Doc, Henri, Mack, and his boys in a world where only the fittest survive. It is a novel that focuses on the acceptance of life as it is—a story at once humorous and poignant. This…

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When arrogant teen Cole Matthews beats another boy to the point of brain damage, he finds himself in an unorthodox alternative sentencing program based on Native American practices. He is banished to a remote Alaskan island, where his cocky attitude brings him face-to-face with an angry bear. This…

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…of a Part-Time Indian has become a favorite in classrooms around the country. This compelling story of a teenage boy struggling to define his own identity as both a Native American and an individual will spark great classroom discussions on identity, bullying, expectations, poverty, and the value…

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…to Grandma Dowdel's seemingly sleepy Illinois town? August 1929: They see their first corpse, and he isn't resting easy. August 1930: The Cowgill boys terrorize the town, and Grandma fights back. August 1931: Joey and Mary Alice help Grandma trespass, poach, catch the sheriff in his underwear, and…

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