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Triangle Square — Children’s and Young Adult Literature Triangle Square is the children’s and young adult imprint of Seven Stories Press. Launched in November 2012, TS’s mission is to tell stories in the context of the struggle for a more just and more sane society. We see children and young adults as active readers and doers who will change the world for the better. Our goal is to provide accurate information and inspired stories to help empower children and young people as agents of change. Triangle Square books are published in hardcover, paperback and e-book formats, in English and Spanish, throughout North America and around the world. Triangle Square supports social justice, multicultural literacy, restoration of the environment, kid’s rights, and freedom of the imagination.
MISDIRECTED Ali Berman
Misdirected is the story of fifteen-year-old Ben, who moves to a small conservative Colorado town where his atheism seems to be the only thing about him that matters to everyone. Being a teen is tricky to navigate when you’re an outsider, and Ben struggles to find his place without compromising who he is. For ages 12+ CLOTH 978-1-60980-573-9 $18.95 288 PAGES
AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 2014
THE MUMMY-MAKERS OF EGYPT Tamara Bower
A gorgeously illustrated story about a family of Egyptian embalmers, this picture book includes artifacts, funerary customs, kid-pleasing gory details of the mummification process, hieroglyphics, and details of life in ancient Egypt. For ages 7–10 CLOTH 978-1-60980-600-2 $17.95 32 PAGES
AVAILABLE APRIL 2015
10 , 0 00 D R E S S E S Marcus Ewert Illustrated by Rex Ray
This gorgeous picture book—by renowned artist Rex Ray—tells the story of Bailey, a boy who dreams of wearing dresses. A modern fairy tale, this charming story of becoming the person of your own dreams will delight people of all ages. For ages 4–8 Paper over board 978-1-58322-850-0 $14.95 32 pages
lizzie ! Maxine Kumin Illustrated by Elliot Gilbert
“I love Lizzie!, and bet you will too. It’s a story told with verve by a disabled pre-teenage girl who’s sharp of eye and warm of heart… This is the captivating young adult novel we might well expect from Maxine Kumin, whose poems are some of America’s best crafted and most enjoyable.” —X. J. Kennedy, poet and author of The Owlstone Crown
For ages 8–12 CLOTH 978-1-60980-518-0 $21.95 160 PAGES
Published on Oct 21, 2014
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