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    #248173 - 03/08/21 08:09 AM Re: Book recommendations: age 13+ [Re: Mark D.]
    travisbruder Offline
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    Great recommendations, thanks!

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    #248323 - 03/16/21 04:55 PM Re: Book recommendations: age 13+ [Re: Mark D.]
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    Adding a link to this thread: Matching age appropriate content with lexile score (2013)

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    #249106 - 08/19/21 10:31 AM Re: Book recommendations: age 13+ [Re: Mark D.]
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    Sewing Circles of Herat
    Christina Lamb
    2004

    This book may be of interest to wider audiences due to current events.

    Wikipedia webpage on the Golden Needle Sewing School, also archived here.

    While some may complain bitterly about the perceived differences in parity related to educational opportunities in the USA, this book reveals the true hardships, risks, and oppression faced by those determined to pass along knowledge and to receive knowledge, in some cultures and countries.

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    #249135 - 08/26/21 09:11 AM Re: Book recommendations: age 13+ [Re: Mark D.]
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    I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and was Shot by the Taliban
    Author: Malala Yousafzai with Christina Lamb
    2014

    I Am Malala
    Author: Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Malala Yousafzai
    2015

    I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World (Young Readers Edition)
    Author: Malala Yousafzai, Patricia McCormick
    2016

    Summary Guide
    Author: Malala Yousafzai & Christina Lamb
    2019

    This book may be of interest to wider audiences due to current events.

    While some may complain bitterly about the perceived differences in parity related to educational opportunities in the USA, this book reveals the true hardships, risks, and oppression faced by targeted demographic populations when they strive for an education, in some cultures and countries.

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    #249296 - 10/27/21 07:46 AM Re: Book recommendations: age 13+ [Re: Mark D.]
    Chad Offline
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    It is the right time to start reading about racial struggles and understanding the inequality. Ta Nehisi-Coates' Between the World and Me can be a great start that would be unsettling.

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