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Alabama Moon

Author: Watt Key
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
ISBN: 9781429987653
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For as long as ten-year-old Moon can remember, he has lived out in the forest in a shelter with his father. They keep to themselves, their only contact with other human beings an occasional trip to the nearest general store. When Moon's father dies, Moon follows his father's last instructions: to travel to Alaska to find others like themselves. But Moon is soon caught and entangled in a world he doesn't know or understand; he's become property of the government he has been avoiding all his life. As the spirited and resourceful Moon encounters constables, jails, institutions, lawyers, true friends, and true enemies, he adapts his wilderness survival skills and learns to survive in the outside world, and even, perhaps, make his home there. This title has Common Core connections. Alabama Moon is a 2007 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.

Triumph And Trauma

Author: Bernhard Giesen
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317250087
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This book deals with triumphant and tragic heroes, with victims and perpetrators as archetypes of the Western imagination. A major recent change in Western societies is that memories of triumphant heroism-for example, the revolutionary uprising of the people-are increasingly replaced by the public remembrance of collective trauma of genocide, slavery and expulsion. The first part of the book deals with the heroes and victims and explores the social construction of charisma and its inevitable decay. Part 2 focuses on a paradigm case of the collective trauma of perpetrators: German national identity between 1945 and 2000. After a time of latency, the legacy of nationalistic trauma was addressed in a public conflict between generations. The conflict took center stage in vivid public debates and became a core element of Germany's official political culture. Today public confessions of the guilt of the past have spread beyond the German case. They are part of a new post-utopian pattern of collective identity in a globalised setting.

The Island On Bird Street

Author: Uri Orlev
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780395616239
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During World War II a Jewish boy is left on his own for months in a ruined house in the Warsaw Ghetto, where he must learn all the tricks of survival under constantly life-threatening conditions.

The Red Shoe

Author: Ursula Dubosarsky
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 9781741142853
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Three sisters growing up in post-World War II Sydney, Australia, deal with their mentally unstable father, their possibly unfaithful mother, and the defecting Russian spy who lives next door.


Author: Mary Jane Moffat
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307766500
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Excerpts from the private diaries of women, known and unknown, among them Louisa May Alcott, Sophie Tolstoy, George Eliot, Anais Nin. From the Trade Paperback edition.


Author: Melvin Burgess
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448187451
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The love story of two runaway teenagers, Gemma and Tar, and their struggles with heroin addiction. Melvin Burgess’ most ambitious and complex novel is a multi-faceted and vivid depiction of a group of young people in the grip of addiction. It is told in many different voices, from the addicts themselves to the friends watching from the outside who try to prevent tragedy. Winner of the Carnegie Medal and the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize.

Karma Khullar S Mustache

Author: Kristi Wientge
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481477706
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"A biracial Indian/Caucasian girl is nervous to begin middle school, especially since her mother is now the breadwinner of the family, her best friend may no longer be a bestie, and the appearance of the seventeen hairs over her lip that form a very unwanted mustache"--

The Prince And His Ants

Author: Luigi Bertelli
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Tired of their school work, three Italian children discuss how they'd rather be a butterfly, cricket or an ant, than do all of the studying they had to do. A mysterious stranger appears and tells the children, "so be it" and the children are transformed into the creatures they wished to be. The story follows the adventures of Gigino (called Ciondolino by the other children) in the world of the ants. He becomes their emperor and then falls to the level of a forlorn exile, wandering around the insect world, until he meets up again with his sister, who had been turned into a butterfly by the mysterious stranger.

Children And Prejudice

Author: Frances E. Aboud
Publisher: New York, NY : B. Blackwell
ISBN: 9780631149392
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Argues that children are predisposed to prejudice, explains its causes, and suggests ways to correct the problem