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Prejudice and Difference

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  • Beyond Magenta

    By Susan Kuklin

    Hardback, AUS $27.99, NZ $29.99
    A groundbreaking work of LGBT literature takes an honest look at the life, love, and struggles of transgender teens.

  • Falling Hard

    By Betsy Franco

    Trade Paperback, AUS $17.99, NZ $21.99
    The quality here is head and shoulders above most young writers collections, and in fact it s well above many adult anthologies as well. Bulletin of the Center for Children s Books (starred review)

  • Ghetto Cowboy

    By G. Neri
    Illustrated by Jesse Joshua Watson

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $18.99
    "Original in theme and inspirational in tone and content." - Booklist

  • Girls Like Us

    By Gail Giles

    Hardback, AUS $24.99, NZ $27.99
    With gentle humor and unflinching realism, Gail Giles tells the gritty, ultimately hopeful story of two special ed teenagers entering the adult world.

  • Girls Like Us

    By Gail Giles

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $18.99
    "A sensitive and affecting story of two young women learning to thrive in spite of their hard circumstances." Booklist (starred review)

  • Granddaddy's Turn

    By Michael S. Bandy, Eric Stein
    Illustrated by James E. Ransome

    Hardback, AUS $27.99, NZ $29.99
    Based on the true story of one family's struggle for voting rights in the Civil Rights-era south, this moving tale shines an emotional spotlight on a dark facet of U.S. history.

  • How To Be Invisible

    By Tim Lott

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $18.99
    It was the 13th of September, 13 days after my 13th birthday, when I first learned how to be invisible.

  • Kizzy Ann Stamps

    By Jeri Watts

    Paperback, AUS $12.99, NZ $14.99
    "A powerful story of strength and self-acceptance. . . . The vivid historical setting will leave readers feeling they have experienced life in Kizzy Ann s world." - Kirkus Reviews

  • Lizard Radio

    By Pat Schmatz

    Hardback, AUS $24.99, NZ $27.99
    In a futuristic society run by an all-powerful Gov, a bender teen on the cusp of adulthood has choices to make that will change her life - and maybe the world.

  • Look Both Ways in the Barrio Blanco

    By Judith Robbins Rose

    Hardback, AUS $24.99, NZ $27.99
    With humor and sensitivity, a debut novelist explores the coming of age of a girl caught between two cultures as she finds the courage to forge a new destiny.

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