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Y o u n g P e o pl e ’ s H i s t o r i e s Short, illustrated adaptations for middle and high school students of key texts by some of the boldest historians and thinkers. T H E T H I R D C H I M PA N Z E E F O R YOUN G P E O P L E Jared Diamond Adapted by Rebecca Stefoff

Pulitzer Prize winner Jared Diamond’s first work for a young audience examines the traits and behaviors humans began exhibiting at some point in the last 100,000 years, and how they make us similar to and set us apart from other animals. For ages 11–15 cloth 978-1-60980-522-7 $22.95 352 pages

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A Differe n t M irr o r f o r Yo u n g P e o ple A History of Multicultural America

Ronald Takaki

Adapted by Rebecca Stefoff Drawing on Takaki’s vast array of primary sources, and staying true to his own words whenever possible, ethnic history comes alive through the words of people, including teenagers, who recorded their experiences in letters, diaries, and poems For ages 11–15 Paper 978-1-60980-416-9 $18.95 368 pages

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A Yo u n g P e o ple ’s H isto ry o f the U n ite d S tates Howard Zinn Adapted by Rebecca Stefoff

Zinn’s first book for young adults retells U.S. history from the viewpoints of slaves, workers, immigrants, women, and Native Americans, reminding younger readers that America’s true greatness is shaped by our dissident voices, not our military generals. The single-volume edition also includes side bar stories of actual children who made American history, from Anyokah, who helped bring written language to her Cherokee people, to John Tinker, a high school student who fought all the way to the Supreme Court for freedom of expression at school—and won. For ages 11–15 All volumes have 50 B&W Illustrations throughout Single-volume edition Paper 978-1-58322-869-2 $19.95 464 pages Cloth 978-1-58322-886-9 $45.00 464 pages Volume 1: From Columbus to the Spanish-American War Paper over board 978-1-58322-759-6 $17.95 224 pages Volume 2: From Class Struggle to the War on Terror Paper over board 978-1-58322-760-2 $17.95 240 pages

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Seven Stories Press Academic Catalog 2014-2015  

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