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TitleAmerican Like Me
AuthorFerrera, America
Sub-ImprintGallery Books
FormatPaperback
Category 1Social Science
ISBN-139781501180927
US Price$17.99
CDN Price$24.99
Pages336
Title StatusAS
INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

From award-winning actress and political activist America Ferrera comes a vibrant and varied collection of first-person accounts from prominent figures about the experience of growing up between cultures.
Title14 Miles
AuthorGibson, DW
Sub-ImprintSimon & Schuster
FormatHardcover
Category 1Social Science
ISBN-139781501183416
US Price$28
CDN Price$37
Pages352
Title StatusAS
An esteemed journalist delivers a compelling on-the-ground account of the construction of President Trump’s border wall in San Diego—and the impact on the lives of local residents.
TitleA Nation of Nations
AuthorGjelten, Tom
Sub-ImprintSimon & Schuster
FormatPaperback
Category 1History
ISBN-139781476743868
US Price$18
CDN Price$25
Pages424
Title StatusAS
“An incisive look at immigration, assimilation, and national identity” (Kirkus Reviews) and the landmark immigration law that transformed the face of the nation more than fifty years ago, as told through the stories of immigrant families in one suburban county in Virginia.
TitleThe Newcomers
AuthorThorpe, Helen
Sub-ImprintScribner
FormatPaperback
Category 1Social Science
ISBN-139781501159107
US Price$18
CDN Price$25
Pages432
Title StatusAS
From the award-winning author of Soldier Girls and Just Like Us, an “extraordinary” (The Denver Post) account of refugee teenagers at a Denver public high school and their compassionate teacher and “a reminder that in an era of nativism, some Americans are still breaking down walls and nurturing the seeds of the great American experiment” (The New York Times Book Review).
TitleRescue
AuthorMiliband, David
Sub-ImprintTED Conferences LLC
FormatHardcover
Category 1Political Science
ISBN-139781501154393
US Price$16.99
CDN Price$22.99
Pages160
Title StatusAS
We are in the midst of a global refugee crisis. Sixty five million people are fleeing for their lives. The choices are urgent, not just for them but for all of us. What can we possibly do to help?