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            Taking Our Place in History: The Girls Write Now 2020 Anthology
             

            Taking Our Place in History: The Girls Write Now 2020 Anthology (EPUB ebook)

            By Now, Girls Write; Edited by MacDermot, Molly

            "Too many girls are living their lives as a whisper, Girls Write Now teaches them to turn the volume all the way and let the world hear and see their stories." -Cleo Wade, author ofHeart Talk: Poetic Wisdom for a Better Life "The written word has often been the only outlet for w...omen and girls to express their authentic stories and unique voices in so many societies across the globe. Girls Write Now harnesses that power, nurtures it, and amplifies it so that these singular voices can become generations."-Robin Thede, Creator, Writer, Executive Producer and Star ofA Black LadySketch Show What is it like growing up in New York City as a teen in 2020? This book invites you intotheir homes and families, their schools and neighborhoods, their hearts, hopes, and fears. Enter a world where clay creatures take on aluminum oppressors. Get thrown against an elevator wall in the midst of a horror story. Go backstage with a rock band, say goodbye to relatives as you start a new life, stand with an engineer solving a coding problem. Stare out from a coffin-or up at whales in the sky-and fall in love with the color of your skin. Experience tragedy in a mosque, feel the wounds of slavery, know the terror of glass shattering in a World War II village, and see how this next generation of leaders looks to the past and writes a better future for us all. For more than two decades, the nationally award-winning nonprofit Girls Write Now has broken down the barriers of gender, race, age, and poverty, elevating the voices of writers who are too often not heard-or worse, silenced. With mentors by their sides, the girls and gender-nonconforming youth tackle climate change, racism, sexism, rejection, immigration, and friendship-and take their place in history. This book is their testament.
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            ISBN 9781936932917
            Available in EPUB
            Software Adobe Ebook Compatible Devices
            Language en
            Released AU 19 May 2020
            Publisher The Feminist Press at CUNY
            Interest Age General Audience
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            Meg and Greg: Frank and the Skunk
              

            Meg and Greg: Frank and the Skunk (PDF ebook)

            By Rae, Elspeth; Rae, Rowena; Illustrated by Gutierrez, Elisa

            This partially illustrated workbook, meant to be read by an advanced reader with a beginner reader or struggling reader, combines stories and exercises that focus on phonics.

            ISBN 9781459824942
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            Software Adobe Ebook Compatible Devices
            Language en
            Released AU 22 Sep 2020
            Publisher Orca Book Publishers
            Interest Age 6-8 years
            Series Orca Two-Read
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