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THE HARLEM HELLFIGHTERS
by MAX BROOKS
Illustrated by CAANAN WHITE
A ctionalized account of the 369th Infantry Regi-
mentthe rst African American regiment mustered
to ght in World War I. From the enlistment lines in
Harlem to the training camp at Spartanburg, South
Carolina, to the trenches in France, bestselling author
Max Brooks tells the thrilling story of the heroic
journey that these soldiers undertook for a chance to ght for America.
Broadway Books TR 978-0-307-46497-2 272pp. $16.95
Max Brooks is available to SKYPE.
For more information, email: highschool@randomhouse.com.
RED RISING: A Novel
(Book I of the Red Rising Trilogy)
by PIERCE BROWN
Red Rising is the story of a society in a desolate
future, driven by class conict and shaken by the
tremors of an impending revolution. But more than
that, its the story of Darrowa secret revolution-
ary who is inspired not only by a longing for social
justice, but also by lost love.
Del Rey TR 978-0-345-53980-9 416pp. $14.00
Next Book in the Trilogy:
GOLDEN SON January 2015
Del Rey HC 978-0-345-53981-6 448pp. $25.00
STICKS AND STONES
Defeating the Culture of Bullying
and Rediscovering the Power of
Character and Empathy
by EMILY BAZELON
Bazelons even-handed, thorough, and affecting
narrative provides insights and information about the
kids, parents, educators, and courts dealing with the
actions and aftermath of psychological and physical
bullying in schools, as well as insidious cyberbully-
ing. . . . Masterfully written, Bazelons book will increase understanding,
awareness, and action. PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (starred review)
Random House Trade Paperbacks TR 978-0-8129-8263-3 416pp. $16.00
Winner of the National Book Award
BEHIND THE BEAUTIFUL FOREVERS
Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity
by KATHERINE BOO
A beautiful account, told through real-life stories,
of the sorrows and joys, the anxieties and stamina,
in the lives of the precarious and powerless in urban
India whom a booming country has failed to absorb
and integrate. A brilliant book that simultaneously
informs, agitates, angers, inspires, and instigates.
AMARTYA SEN, PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS AND PHILOSOPHY AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY, AND
WINNER OF THE NOBEL PRIZE IN ECONOMICS
Random House Trade Paperbacks TR 978-0-8129-7932-9 288pp. $16.00
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SONIA NAZARIO
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Dangerous Odyssey to Reunite With His Mother
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Sonia Nazario has spent more than two decades reporting and writing about social issues and won the
Pulitzer Prize for her work on the Los Angeles Times series that served as the basis for Enriques Journey.
ENRIQUES JOURNEY
The Story of a Boys Dangerous Odyssey to Reunite With His Mother
Random House Trade Paperbacks TR 978-0-8129-7178-1 400pp. $16.00
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The True Story of a Boy Determined to Reunite With His Mother
Ember TR 978-0-385-74328-0 288pp. $8.99
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This is a harrowing odyssey that depicts one young mans attempts to reunite with his
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MASTERMINDS AND WINGMEN
Helping Our Boys Cope with Schoolyard Power,
Locker-Room Tests, Girlfriends, and the New
Rules of Boy World
by ROSALIND WISEMAN
This book is a gem. Rosalind Wiseman offers
readers deep, nuanced, up-to-the-minute insight into
todays boy. She explains how and why boys, in so
many areas, make it easy for parents and educators
to miss out on their suffering and their strength. Most
important, she shows how to reach out and lift boys up without getting on
their nerves. WENDY MOGEL, PH.D., AUTHOR OF THE BLESSING OF A SKINNED KNEE
Harmony TR 978-0-307-98668-9 384pp. $15.00
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARES
THE JEDI DOTH RETURN
by IAN DOESCHER
From the author of the New York Times bestseller
William Shakespeares Star Wars comes the
next installment of the original trilogy: William
Shakespeares The Jedi Doth Return. Head back to
the star-crossed galaxy far, far away as the brooding
young hero, a power-mad emperor, and their jesting
droids match wits, struggle for power, and soliloquize
in elegant and impeccable iambic pentameter.
Quirk Books HC 978-1-59474-713-7 168pp. $14.95
HIDER, SEEKER, SECRET KEEPER
A Novel
by ELIZABETH KIEM
In this thrilling follow up to Dancer, Daughter,
Traitor, Spy, Lana travels to New York City on
tour with the world famous Bolshoi Ballet.
A smart, tough thriller with an all-too-timely topic.
. . . Lana is a persuasive heroine; jaded, mature, and
self-reliant. She has few illusions about the world in
which she operates. SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
Soho Teen HC 978-1-61695-412-3 272pp. $17.99
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AIMLESS LOVE: New and Selected Poems
by BILLY COLLINS
From the two-term Poet Laureate of the United
States, Billy Collins, comes his rst volume of new
and selected poems in twelve years. Aimless Love
combines fty new poems with generous selections
from his four most recent booksNine Horses,
The Trouble with Poetry, Ballistics, and Horoscopes
for the Dead. Collinss unmistakable voice, which
brings together plain speech with imaginative
surprise, is clearly heard on every page.
Random House Trade Paperbacks TR 978-0-8129-8267-1 288pp. $16.00
HOW TO TEACH YOUR CHILDREN
SHAKESPEARE
by KEN LUDWIG
How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare is an
inspired and inspiring book. Its also a deeply
rewarding one that will bring a great deal of plea-
sure to many parents and children. Ken Ludwig, a
wonderful playwright, proves to be a superb guide to
Shakespeare as well. JAMES SHAPIRO, AUTHOR OF A YEAR
IN THE LIFE OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE AND CONTESTED WILL
Broadway Books TR 978-0-307-95150-2 368pp. $14.00
BOY 30529: A Memoir
by FELIX WEINBERG
In 1939, twelve-year-old Felix Weinberg fell into
the hands of the Nazis. Imprisoned for most of his
teenage life, Felix endured ve concentration camps,
including Terezin, Auschwitz, and Birkenau, barely
surviving the Death March from Blechhammer in
1945. Boy 30529 is an extraordinary memoir of the
Holocaust, as well as a moving meditation on the
nature of memory.
An unusually good-natured memoir about life in the Nazi camps and the
travails of being a postwar refugee. Weinberg . . . has a quick, curious mind
. . . A revelation . . . told with both candor and odd innocence. KIRKUS REVIEWS
Verso TR 978-1-78168-300-2 192pp. $16.95
UNBROKEN
A World War II Story of Survival,
Resilience, and Redemption
Random House Trade Paperbacks TR
978-0-8129-7449-2 528pp. $16.00
Also available:
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An Olympians Journey from
Airman to Castaway to Captive
Delacorte Press HC 978-0-385-74251-1
320pp. $19.99
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n How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare, Ken Ludwig incorporates
the history of Shakespearean theatre and society as he guides readers
on an informed journey through the world in which the Bard wrote.
Broadway Books TR 978-0-307-95150-2 368pp. $14.00
Also Available in eBook
KEN LUDWIG is a playwright and theatre director who has had numerous hits on
Broadway, Londons West End, and throughout the world. He has also been the recipient
of many awards, including two Laurence Olivier Awards and two Helen Hayes Awards.
His plays have been commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Bristol Old Vic.
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