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Understanding Gender Identity

”This work is essential for every middle school and public library to aid in raising awareness for social work and therapy causes, highlighting people around the world celebrating non-binary identities, educating cisgender individuals about gender nonconforming individuals, and expanding our language used regarding gender...Highly Recommended

School Library Connection, Nov./Dec. 2021


Patrick Mahomes: New NFL Superstar

”For any football fan, Mahomes' biography makes for an exciting and thorough read.”

Booklist, September 1, 2021



”Through short, simple sentences engineered to entice reluctant readers, this high-interest volume in the Mysterious and Creepy series (5 titles) introduces zombies in mythology, pop culture, and science”

Booklist, October 1, 2021


The Dark Side of Social Media

Kirkus Starred Review “This brief yet richly informative effort covers in four chapters the most serious issues with social media....Both rich in accurate information and engaging to read.”

Kirkus Review, July 15, 2021


Collateral Damage: The Mental Health Effects of the Pandemic

” This well-documented book explores the effects the COVID-19 pandemic has had on mental health so far.... A useful and timely overview of mental-health issues associated with COVID-19.”

Booklist, August 1, 2021


The COVID-19 Pandemic

“This truly fantastic series explains general concepts through the lens of COVID-19.... VERDICT A standout series that should be a must-purchase for every library. Absolutely exceptional.”

School Library Journal, April 1, 2021


Understanding the Black Lives Matter Movement

“The publisher has once again delivered a great series of books for research. Filled with facts and statistics, these books are well written and engaging.”

School Library Journal, April 1, 2021


Money and Finance Guide

“This extremely important series teaches teens how to begin managing their financial lives....The authors do an excellent job recognizing the intelligence of their audience and relating the topics to teens’ current lifestyles.”

School Library Journal, April 1, 2021