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Powerful Partnerships: A Teacher's Guide to Engaging Families for Student Success
Karen L. Mapp, Ed.D., Ilene Carver, Jessican Lander
Scholastic Professional
Pub Date: 03/20/17
ISBN:  978-0-545-84240-2
(0-545-84240-9)
Paperback
$38.99
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Provides guidance on how to plan engagement opportunities and events throughout the school year that undergird effective partnerships between families and schools.



The Twentieth Day of January
Ted Allbeury
Dover Publications
Pub Date: 03/20/17
ISBN:  978-0-486-81922-8
(0-486-81922-1)
Trade Paper
$12.95
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"A master of the genre, and this novel represents some of his best work." — Booklist. It's 1980 and, seemingly out of nowhere, wealthy businessman Logan Powell has become President-elect — but is he actually a puppet of the Soviet Union?



Basil and the Cave of Cats (Library Edition)
Eve Titus, Ralph Lister
Oasis Audio
Pub Date: 03/21/17
ISBN:  978-1-63108-200-9
(1-63108-200-0)
Compact Disk
$16.99
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Named one of “13 Detective Book Series You Obsessed over as a Kid” by Buzzfeed.com and the inspiration for a hit Disney film, the masterful Great Mouse Detective series is now available to a whole new generation of readers!



Behind the Mask
Gender Hybridity in a Zapotec Community
Alfredo Mirandé
University of Arizona Press
Pub Date: 03/21/17
ISBN:  978-0-8165-3544-6
(0-8165-3544-2)
Hardcover
$55.00
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Combines historical analysis, ethnographic field research, and interviews conducted with Los Muxes of Juchitán, a hybrid third gender, over a period of seven years. Sociologist Alfredo Mirandé observed community events, attended Muxe velas, and interviewed both Muxes and other Juchitán residents. Prefaced by an overview of the study methods and sample, the book challenges the ideology of a male-dominated Mexican society driven by the cult of machismo, featuring photos alongside four appendixes.



Country Living Salvage Style
Decorate with Vintage Finds
Leslie Linsley
Hearst
Pub Date: 03/21/17
ISBN:  978-1-58816-928-0
(1-58816-928-6)
Hardcover
$24.95
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Salvage style—decorating with repurposed and vintage items like wicker furniture, cast-iron tubs, polished marble, industrial pendant lights, and even tractor seats—has become a chic way to create unique, personal rooms. By reclaiming honest materials and collectibles, imbued with history, you can infuse your home with warmth, charm, and individuality. Let the experts at Country Living show you how to find and make the most of discarded treasures. Plus, they share best practices for bargain hunting and obtaining the most desirable cast-offs!



Make a Yellow Dot the Sun
Sterling Children's
Sterling Children's Books
Pub Date: 03/21/17
ISBN:  978-1-4549-2288-9
(1-4549-2288-5)
Paperback
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Based on a quote from Pablo Picasso, this follow-up to A Line Is a Dot that Went for a Walk continues to engage young artists’ imaginations. Taking an unconventional approach, it contains quirky prompts that inspire children to express themselves with originality and artfulness. Loosely drawn illustrations and partially done doodles start kids off on a creative journey—and provide hours of fun.



Mobilizing Mercy
A History of the Canadian Red Cross
Sarah Glassford
McGill-Queen's University Press
Pub Date: 03/21/17
ISBN:  978-0-7735-4775-9
(0-7735-4775-4)
Hardcover
$39.95
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An engaging history that follows Canada’s leading humanitarian organization through decades of war, peace, and social change.



Mobilizing Mercy
A History of the Canadian Red Cross
Sarah Glassford
McGill-Queen's University Press
Pub Date: 03/21/17
ISBN:  978-0-7735-4775-9
(0-7735-4775-4)
Hardcover
$39.95
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An engaging history that follows Canada’s leading humanitarian organization through decades of war, peace, and social change.



Starving for Justice
Hunger Strikes, Spectacular Speech, and the Struggle for Dignity
Ralph Armbruster-Sandoval
University of Arizona Press
Pub Date: 03/21/17
ISBN:  978-0-8165-3258-2
(0-8165-3258-3)
Hardcover
$55.00
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Focusing on three hunger strikes occurring on university campuses in California in the 1990s, Ralph Armbruster-Sandoval examines people’s willingness to make the extreme sacrifice and give their lives in order to create a more just society.



Teacher Education across Minority-Serving Institutions
Programs, Policies, and Social Justice
Emery Petchauer, Lynnette Mawhinney, Mae S. Chaplin, Annette M. Daoud, Danielle Lansing, Cheryl A. Franklin Torrez, Jonathan Brinkerhoff, Irene Welch, Sandra Browning, Joni S. Kolman, Laura M. Gellert, Denise L. McLurkin, Mary Bay, Norma A. Lopez-Reyna, Rosanne Ward, Byung-In Seo, DeWitt Scott, Emery Petchauer, Carmelita Lamb, Brian Harper, Lynnette Mawhinney
Rutgers University Press
Pub Date: 03/21/17
ISBN:  978-0-8135-9125-4
(0-8135-9125-2)
MobiPocket
$34.95
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Teacher Education across Minority-Serving Institutions focuses on teacher education across a diverse array of institutions. It pushes for scholars to consider that racial diversity in teacher education is not simply an end in itself, but is rather, a means to accomplish other goals, such as developing justice-oriented and asset-based pedagogies.
 
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