Showing 25–35 of 35 results

  • Middle School

    $150.00

    By: Sherman Alexie

    Trace the story of Arnold “Junior” Spirit, and his experiences straddling two different worlds: his home on the Spokane Indian Reservation, where poverty and alcoholism are prevalent, and his place at the nearby all-white high school.

  • Upper Elementary

    $150.00

    By: Kwame Alexander

    Get to know Josh Bell, a fierce basketball player and studious seventh grader. Josh works hard on the court to bring his team to a championship victory, all while dealing with family drama off the court.

  • Early Elementary

    $150.00

    By: Alexander McCall Smith

    Travel to the Botswana with Precious Ramotswe, a detective in the making! Precious must use her smarts to solve her first great mystery–who is stealing the sweet treats her classmates bring to school?

  • High School

    $150.00

    By: Angie Thomas

    Get to know Starr Carter–a brave, intelligent, and resilient young woman who witnesses her best friend’s death at the hands of a police officer. This book traces Starr’s story, and it is also reflects a national conversation about state-sanctioned violence and the Black Lives Matter movement.

  • Middle School

    $150.00

    By: Sandra Cisneros

    Spend a year on Mango Street with Esperanza, a 12-year old Chicana, who lives in a packed Latino neighborhood that she can’t wait to move out of. Experience Esperanza’s joy, loss, change and growth.

  • Middle School

    $150.00

    By: Suzanne Collins

    Get swept away by Katniss Everdeen, a sixteen-year-old girl living in the dystopic future society of Panem; she demonstrates her cunningness and strength when she is required to fight to the death in their annual Hunger Games.

  • High School

    $150.00

    By: Nicola Yoon

    Meet Daniel and Natasha: two teenagers in America facing the real struggles young people face–from developing a crush, to dealing with parental relationships and expectations, to considering the meaning of love and life, and finally, coping with the pressures of racism, immigration, and identity. This book thoughtfully explores the question of what it means to be American.

     

  • Middle School

    $150.00

    By: Sharon Creech

    Travel across the country with Salamanca Tree Hiddle, a thirteen-year-old girl who grew up in Kentucky, and then moved to Ohio with her dad, who journeys to discover the fate of her beloved and missing mother.

  • Middle School

    $150.00

    By: Melba Pattillo Beals

    Follow the true-life story of Melba Pattillo — a brave, resilient, and justice-minded high school junior who chooses to join the historic Little Rock Nine as they racially integrate Central High School in 1957.

  • High School

    $150.00

    By: Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, Rameck Hunt, & Sharon Draper

    Follow the story of three friends coming of age in Newark, NJ. Witness the power of friendship as they surmount incredible obstacles as a team, to earn their college and medical degrees.

  • Upper Elementary

    $150.00

    By: R. J. Palacio

    Explore the story of an exceptional and funny fifth grader named August Pullman, and learn about his resiliency in the face of others’ reactions to his craniofacial difference during his first year at a new school.