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  • Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 214 - 222

    Affirmative Action

    Since the 1960s, the United States government has issued executive orders and passed legislation aimed at ...
    Since the 1960s, the United States government has issued executive orders and passed legislation aimed at achieving fair workplace hiring practices. Critics maintain that, in an attempt to ameliorate past injustices, the government has gone too far by practicing affirmative action--what opponents call "reverse discrimination." Students can use this book as a guide to the history of affirmative action, crucial moments in the timeline of this cause, and a better understanding of what affirmative actions practices may mean for the future.
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    Z Library Bound Book $35.75/$26.85
    Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 214 - 222
  • Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 195 - 202

    Looking at Afghanistan

    Did you know that radio and television were once banned in Afghanistan? In Looking at Afghanistan, you will ...
    Did you know that radio and television were once banned in Afghanistan? In Looking at Afghanistan, you will see the towering Hindu Kush Mountains, the red sands of the Rigestan Desert, and the beautiful blue-tiled mosque at Mazar-e Sharif. Learn about life in Afghanistan, from Kabul to Kandahar and from sandstorms to silk.
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    N Library Bound Book $26.00/$19.50
    N Paperback Book $10.50/$8.95
    Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 195 - 202
  • Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 210 - 216

    Hoping for Peace in Afghanistan

    Our impressions of the War in Afghanistan usually consist of images we see on TV of soldiers, tanks, and ...
    Our impressions of the War in Afghanistan usually consist of images we see on TV of soldiers, tanks, and debris. We hear numbers: of people dying, damaged buildings, and dates promising an end to the violence. However, in every war-torn country, there are ordinary people trying to live as normally as possible and survive amidst the danger, sadness, and chaos. Readers closely examine the war that has raged in Afghanistan since 2001—learning about the people on each side and the causes and consequences of the conflict. This account stands apart from other social studies texts with its inclusion of a fictional correspondence between two girls, one in Afghanistan and one in the United States. The captivating letters weaved throughout the nonfiction narrative bring to light the many commonalities between two young people who at first seem worlds apart.
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    W Library Bound Book $31.95/$23.95
    Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 210 - 216
  • Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 193 - 200

    Foods of West Africa

    Perhaps there’s no better—or more fun—way to learn about a place than to read about its cuisine while ...
    Perhaps there’s no better—or more fun—way to learn about a place than to read about its cuisine while tasting it as well! West Africa is home to 20 countries and borders on both the Sahara Desert and the Atlantic Ocean. In modern times, Africans use the ingredients available to them for one-pot meals, while in earlier times cuisine was bound to the tragic history of slavery. Many of the traditional foods of the American South come from West Africa, such as okra and black-eyed peas. After readers take a tour of West Africa in the pages of this book, they can make a traditional West African sweet treat.
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    M Library Bound Book $22.60/$16.95
    Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 193 - 200
  • Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 222 - 253

    Africa to America

    At the expense of basic human rights, dignity, and decency, Africans were torn from their native countries ...
    At the expense of basic human rights, dignity, and decency, Africans were torn from their native countries and first brought to the United State as slaves. Yet even in the face of the indefensible injustices and hardship they have endured since then, African Americans have been bolstered by the sacrifices, leadership, and determination of courageous individuals. This inspiring volume chronicles the history of African Americans—the triumphs and tragedies—from origins on the African continent to the end of the Harlem Renaissance.
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    Z Library Bound Book $46.00/$39.10
    Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 222 - 253
  • Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 201 - 208

    Respecting the Contributions of African Americans

    The African American experience in America has ranged from the horrors of slavery to the election of the ...
    The African American experience in America has ranged from the horrors of slavery to the election of the first African American president. Readers will uncover fascinating facts along the journey of African American history. This volume explores the discrimination African Americans have faced, highlighting the people and events that have shaped American history.
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    Q Library Bound Book $23.60/$17.70
    Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 201 - 208
  • Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 195 - 202

    African Mythology

    Anansi the spider is a trickster. In this West African myth, Anansi must outsmart the powerful and dangerous ...
    Anansi the spider is a trickster. In this West African myth, Anansi must outsmart the powerful and dangerous creatures of Africa to become the owner of all the stories in the world.
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    N Paperback Book $10.60/$9.00
    Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 195 - 202
  • Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 211 - 217

    African Mythology Rocks!

    African myths provide a rich understanding of the cultures that created these fascinating tales. Passed down ...
    African myths provide a rich understanding of the cultures that created these fascinating tales. Passed down through the generations, African myths were kept alive by a strong oral tradition. Author Linda Jacobs Altman weaves together traditional tales from seven different cultural groups, including those of Nigeria, Tanzania, Sierra Leone, the Kalahari, and Ghana. She focuses on the distinctions, as well as the similarities, among their lifestyles and legacies. Each of the stories in enhanced by the expert commentary of scholars, wonderful illustrations and a question-and-answer section.
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    X Library Bound Book $33.27/$24.95
    Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 211 - 217
  • Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 210 - 216

    African Myths

    Readers learn the mythological explanations of how the universe was created, the sun was stolen, and how a ...
    Readers learn the mythological explanations of how the universe was created, the sun was stolen, and how a spider gained the world's collection of stories.
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    W Library Bound Book $31.25/$23.45
    Appropriate for students in MAP/RIT range: 210 - 216
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