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Gender identity : beyond pronouns and bathrooms —Cook, Maria, author.

"An informative and project-filled book for middle graders to explore the meaning and history behind LGBTQ rights movements, including biographies of key figures in gender and gay/lesbian history, the context behind toda...

Physics : investigate the mechanics of nature —Gardner, Jane P., author.

Provides an introduction to physics, explaining how skateboarders use force and motion to perform tricks, how gravity determines the path of a baseball throw, and how electricity is used to power toasters and put on rock...

The Holocaust : racism and genocide in World War II —Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.

Provides a history of the Holocaust, from the roots of anti-Semitism in Europe and the rise of the Nazi Party to the Final Solution and the legacy of the Holocaust.

The Universe : The Big Bang, Black Holes, and Blue Whales —Wood, Matthew Brenden, author.

"A deep dive into the origins of the universe! Explore the ways people have tried answering the fundamental question of how the universe began with STEM activities and research projects that bring out-of-this-world learn...

The Human Genome : Mapping the Blueprint of Human Life —Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.

A fascinating tour of the human genome and the role of genetics in our lives! Hands-on science investigations and STEM research projects help readers ages 12 to 15 discover a mysterious part of their own bodies -- their ...

Rocks and Minerals : Get the Dirt on Geology. —Eboch, Chris, author.

A fun and informative introduction to the earth science happening beneath our feet, packed with hands-on science experiments and STEM research projects that help readers ages 12 to 15 discover the amazing world of geolog...

The Science of Weather and Climate : Rain, Sleet, and the Rising Tide. —Danneberg, Julie, 1958- author.

A fascinating, full-color introduction to the earth science happening over our heads, packed with STEM experiments and science-minded research projects that invite kids ages 12 to 15 to explore the wonderful world of met...

The Science of Natural Disasters : When Nature and Humans Collide. —Taylor, Diane C. (Diane Carol), author.

An informative and compelling book for ages 12 to 15 about both the science and human sides of natural disasters, full of hands-on investigative activities and research projects along with real-world connections that enc...

Inside the Human Body —Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.

A fun and informative introduction to the bodily systems that keep us alive! Hands-on science experiments and STEM research projects help readers ages 12 to 15 discover an amazing world -- their own bodies! What is the m...

Feminism : the march towards equal rights for women —Dearman, Jill, author.

"...invites young people to examine the different stages of the feminist movement, from early mentions in history through the suffragists' fight for the vote to today's focus on intersectionality. Issues such as the Equa...

Forensics : uncover the science and technology of crime scene investigation —Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.

An introduction to forensic science, including finding clues, analyzing evidence, and cracking cases.

Race Relations : The Struggle for Equality in America —Diggs, Barbara, author.

How could a country founded on the honorable ideals of freedom and equality have so willingly embraced the evils of enslavement and oppression? America's history of race relations is a difficult one, full of uncomfortabl...

Civic unrest : investigate the struggle for social change —Lüsted, Marcia Amidon, author.

An engaging study of the power of human will to change the world examines the history of civic unrest and the methods people employ to advance basic human rights.

Immigration Nation : The American Identity in the Twenty-First Century —Cummings, Judy Dodge, author.

What does it mean to be an immigrant today? Has the immigrant experience changed since the last century? Immigration Nation: The American Identity in the Twenty-First Century invites middle and high schoolers to explore ...

Terrorism : violence, intimidation, and solutions for peace —Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.

Publisher Annotation: Why did terrorists attack the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001? The answer to that question is ancient, complicated, and crucial to a perceptive understanding of the global community we live...

Global citizenship : engage in the politics of a changing world —Knutson, Julie, author.

"Examine what it means to be a global citizen, and learn about the rights and responsibilities that we all have"--From Amazon.com summary.

World War II : From the Rise of the Nazi Party to the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb —Taylor, Diane C., author.

Why did the world find itself immersed in another global conflict only two decades after World War I? World War II: From the Rise of the Nazi Party to the Dropping of the Atomic Bomb introduces kids ages 12 to 15 to the ...

Human migration : investigate the global journey of humankind —Cummings, Judy Dodge, author.

Retraces the paths taken by humanity's prehistoric ancestors to explain the role of migration in human history, describing how scientists are forging new understandings about ancestry and civilization, and explores the f...

The brain : journey through the universe inside your head —Mooney, Carla, 1970-

The Brain is a unique opportunity to connect behavior, physiology, and the outside world in one amazing place -- your head! This title meets Common Core State Standards for literacy in science and technology; Guided Read...

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