Karen Bordonaro

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Writing the Revolution: Wikipedia and the Survival of Facts in the Digital Age

Ford pushes readers to more deeply understand how pieces of information become accepted, often unquestioned facts online and issues a call to promote data literacy. Highly recommended.
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Corporal Cannon: A Female Marine in Afghanistan

Highly recommended for all public libraries.
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Poison Ivy: How Elite Colleges Divide Us

Recommended for all library collections on higher education.
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Life on the Mississippi: An Epic American Adventure

The author’s use of cited local history books in libraries along his journey gives the book a strong factual basis as a history text, and his incorporation of literary words from writers of the flatboat era infuse his own writing with humor and poetic charm. Highly recommended for all libraries.
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Supporting Transgender Students: Understanding Gender Identity and Reshaping School Culture

This book belongs in all library collections supporting the study of education at all levels. Strongly recommended.
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Making Schools and Families Successful: How To Unify Students, Parents, and Teachers

Though flawed, this book would be a useful addition to libraries collecting works on the history of character education.
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