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The Souls of Black Folk is a 1903 landmark of black protest literature. It is essential reading in African–American history. 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…

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Make learning about literature both fun and effective — and have other teachers asking how you get your students so excited to learn — with Prestwick House Activity Packs! Get students thinking strategically about elements like theme, symbols, characterization, and allusion using dozens…

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Manny "Parrot" Hernandez wonders about his place in the world. His journey through work, school, family, gang, and friendship causes him to question the promises and blows of street friends, the good will of his lazy brother Nardo, the secrets of his beautiful sister Magda, the life of his…

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The term “concentration camp” often conjures images of faraway places like Auschwitz-Birkenau and Treblinka, but what about camps in the United States? Seven-year-old Jeanne Wakatsuki and her family are held in the Manzanar internment camp—with 10,000 other Japanese…

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Rosa Parks is unquestionably one of the most recognizable activists of her time, but there is so much more to her life that is worth exploring. In just twelve chapters, this autobiography provides readers with intimate stories and photographs from Parks’s childhood. We recommend this paperback…

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He may not be Tennyson, but Tupac Shakur wrote poetry that speaks to a generation. With many students unable to relate to poets who have been dead for hundreds of years, Tupac's poetry will keep your students' attention with a voice that comes from the gritty streets that eventually took his life.…

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Whenever I'm asked to recommend a multicultural novel for grades 6 to 8, this Newbery Medal winner is one of the first titles that comes to mind. In Mississippi during the Depression, a young black girl and her family struggle with financial hardship and racial bigotry. Students will thoroughly…

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This Academy Award-winning film starring Gregory Peck has been re-released. This time with commentary, a documentary on Peck and reproductions of original theatrical posters.

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Immerse your classroom in exciting worlds of fiction with Prestwick House's Headlines posters! Capture your students' attention with these 11" x 17" posters, stylized to resemble gossip tabloids and front-page newspaper articles. Each title-specific set comes with three posters highlighting themes…

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Sure, a movie based on a good book can be an excuse for not reading the book, but when viewed immediately after reading, it can also provide many benefits for your students. The movie can help clarify difficult concepts or scenes that your students may have missed. Great discussion questions and…

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THE BOSTON HERALD—Photographer, writer, and composer, Gordon Parks has written a moving, true-to-life novel of growing up as a black man in this country in this century. Hailed by critics and readers alike, The Learning Tree tells the extraordinary journey of a family as they struggle to…

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