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Erinne Paisley – Pop Activist

Erinne Paisley is a young American who has harnessed technology to promote social activism and to encourage young adults to become proactive in addressing local and global issue to facilitate positive change. Visit popactivism to find out more. Can Your … Continue reading

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Research Journal

Ecosystems Research Journal provides readers a closeup look at precious, sometimes remote, and often threatened ecosystems and habitats around the world. Using a report style of writing, the narrator in each book is a researcher sent on a mission to … Continue reading

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Dig Too Deep – Amy Allgeyer

Dig Too Deep is a powerful novel to engage middle and senior high school readers, a worthy winner of the 2017 Green Earth Book Award for Young Adult-Fiction. Poisoned wells.    A bloody cough.    Secrets.    And silence. This is the story of a town … Continue reading

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It’s all a Matter of Opinion

The Matters of Opinion series examines a range of significant issues that affect teenagers today. Each title is structured to introduce the broad problem and then pose challenging questions to encourage readers to think about both the pros and cons … Continue reading

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How Australia is Changing

Recently released additions to the comprehensive range of history, geography and social issues relating to Australia from Trocadero these four titles ably support the Australian Geography curriculum across the secondary sector. Informative colour photographs and well spaced text under focussed … Continue reading

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The Big Lie – Julie Mayhew

And what a big lie it is – German governed England in 2014 – Jessika is torn between family love and fidelity to the regime that she has been brought up [brainwashed?] into revering, and the reactionary stance of her … Continue reading

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