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Bolla

Winner of the Finlandia Prize, this novel by the Kosovo-born Finnish author Statovci (Crossing) vividly describes the devastating effects of war. A harrowing and breathtaking book about abandonment, cruelty, and desire.
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The Choice We Face: How Segregation, Race, and Power Have Shaped America’s Most Controversial Education Reform Movement

Hale makes the complex history of school choice accessible to all readers.
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Catch the Rabbit

Winner of the 2020 European Union Prize for Literature and translated into English by the author, this novel is an inventive, multilayered study of friendship, culture and history in a country recovering from war.
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Anne-Marie the Beauty

Reza triumphantly creates a nuanced and powerful portrait of aging that will resonate with ambitious readers.
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Mentoring Each Other: Teachers Listening, Learning, and Sharing To Create More Successful Classrooms

This well-researched book provides an excellent guide to the literature on this topic.
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The Woman in Valencia

In this promising debut novel, Canadian author Perreault creates an unsettling world by digging deeply into her characters’ motivations and complexities.
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Refugee High: Coming of Age in America

Educators and general readers alike will find this vividly intimate work insightful.

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The Hidden Curriculum: First Generation Students at Legacy Universities

Gable’s suggestions are well written and thoughtfully conveyed; university administrators and others interested in higher education will find much to consider.
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Soundbite: The Admissions Secret That Gets You into College and Beyond

Occasionally the author’s promotion of her approach comes across like an infomercial. Overall, however, the inclusion of exercises, examples, and Soundbites from real students results in an extremely useful guide for parents, students, counselors, and educators.
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