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  • Mud Cityby Deborah Ellis

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 8.95

    Fourteen-year-old Shauzia dreams of seeing the ocean and eventually making a new life in France, but it is hard to reconcile that dream with the terrible conditions of the Afghan refugee camp where she lives. Making things worse is the camp?s leader, Mrs. Weera, whose demands on Shauzia make her need to escape all the more urgent. Her decision to... more...

  • Banjo of Destinyby Cary Fagan

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 8.95

    Cary Fagan is an award-winning children?s author who has also written several adult novels and has been an editor and contributor to several magazines and newspapers, including the Globe and Mail and the Montreal Gazette . His work has won the City of Toronto Book Award and the Jewish Book Committee Prize for Fiction. His first novel for children,... more...

  • Empireby James Laxer

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 9.95

    The United States presides over the most far-flung imperial system ever established. This thoughful study compares the American Empire to those of the past, finding much can be learned from the fates of the British, Roman, Chinese, Incan, and Aztec empires. Rome, like the U.S., was a military superpower. And just as Rome?s armies were stretched thin,... more...

  • George Johnson's Warby Mary Beaty; Maureen Garvie

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 9.95

    Young George Johnson lives in an extraordinary family in extraordinary times. His father is Sir William Johnson, one of the richest and most powerful men in colonial New York. His mother is Molly Brant, stepdaughter of a Mohawk chief and sister of Iroquois leader Joseph Brant. George spends his early years in a grand mansion called Johnson Hall, but... more...

  • Hip Hop Worldby Dalton Higgins

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 9.95

    In Hip Hop World, Dalton Higgins comprehensively examines the hip hop scene as it exists throughout the world. The book reveals the form's musical inspirations from Trinidad, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Jamaica, African American sex satirists, comedians, civil rights-fuelled funk musicians, spoken word luminaries, and dub and Nuyorican poetry. Author Higgins... more...

  • Home Is Beyond the Mountainsby Celia Barker Lottridge

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 8.95

    When the Turkish army invades northwestern Persia in 1918, nine-year-old Samira and her parents, brother, and baby sister are driven from their tiny village. Taking only what they can carry, they flee into the mountains, but the journey is so difficult that only Samira and her older brother survive. Shunted from one refugee camp to another, from Persia... more...

  • I Am a Taxiby Deborah Ellis

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 8.95

    For twelve-year-old Diego and his family, home is the San Sebastian Women?s Prison in Cochabamba, Bolivia. His parents farmed coca, a traditional Bolivian medicinal plant, until they got caught in the middle of the government?s war on drugs. Diego?s adjusted to his new life. His parents are locked up, but he can come and go: to school, to the market... more...

  • Me and Lukeby Audrey O'Hearn

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 9.95

    Seventeen-year-old Matt Wilson is in a difficult situation. His mother has remarried and moved to California and he has dropped out of school. He is living in a grimy rooming house and he doesn't have very much money. His girlfriend, Lorene, is pregnant and her family won't let Matt see her. Lorene and her mother have decided ? without consulting... more...

  • Middle of Nowhereby Caroline Adderson

    Groundwood Books 2012; US$ 9.95

    At first Curtis isn't that worried when his mother doesn't come home from her all-night job at the local gas bar. She'll be back, he's ten out of ten positive. After all, she promised she would never leave him again. Besides, Curtis is used to looking after himself and his five-year-old brother, Artie, and for a time he manages things on his own,... more...

  • My Name Is Parvanaby Deborah Ellis

    Groundwood Books 2012; US$ 14.95

    On a military base in post-Taliban Afghanistan, American authorities have just imprisoned a teenaged girl found in a bombed-out school. The army major thinks she may be a terrorist working with the Taliban. The girl does not respond to questions in any language and remains silent, even when she is threatened, harassed and mistreated over several days.... more...