A collection of twenty-nine short stories about geeks.
- 29 celebrations of nerdom.
- 12 stories of identity.
- 12 snapshots of the teen experience.
- 10 realities of American Indians.
- 16 accounts of the impacts of guns.
- 36 explorations of friendships formed in Japan.
- 15 girlhood tales of America’s history.
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Presents twelve stories by contemporary, award-winning young adult authors, some presented in graphic or letter format, which explore themes of gender identity, love, and sexuality.
Popular young-adult authors weave together questions of identity, loss, and redemption into poignant tales for today’s teens.
Presents ten short stories about contemporary Native American teens by members of tribes of the United States and Canada, including Louise Erdrich and Joseph Bruchac.
This anthology of stories from acclaimed young adult authors examines the thought-provoking issues of gun violence, gun control, and gun ownership.
One year after the tsunami, this benefit fiction anthology helps teens learn about Japan and contribute to long-term relief efforts.
From an impressive sisterhood of YA writers comes an edge-of-your-seat anthology of historical fiction and fantasy featuring a diverse array of daring heroines.