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They did not have to die.
An astonishing reckoning with the events of May 4, 1970, told in many voices at many angles, to better reach the very human truth of what happened and to show that underneath every tragedy we must find a call to action.
The Sixties Trilogy
Fiction, biography, and scrapbooks with photographs and primary-source non-fiction in a groundbreaking new format: the documentary novel.
The Aurora County Books
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Friendship defies racism for two boys in this stirring story of the Freedom Summer that followed the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Now in an Anniversary Edition with a refreshed cover and a new introduction. [more]
ONE WIDE SKY
Critically acclaimed author Deborah Wiles and talented illustrator Tim Bowers have created a loving and lyrical lullaby that introduces simple counting—and that will send little ones everywhere off into sweet dreams. [more]