All Titles

Are There Two Americas?

This book unpacks the concept of a divided nation and looks at the conflicts that come from economic disparity, geography, social status, and more. Describes how the media and politicians focus on the differences between the haves and the have-nots, "coastal elites" versus "real America," big cities or fly-over country, and how different (or not) they really are.

Deporting Immigrants

This book discusses both legal and undocumented immigration, and explores the challenges faced by local and federal government officials, by different types of workers, and by the children of green card or visa holders.

Opioid Abuse

Through the use of a narrative-driven pro/con format supported by relevant facts, quotes, anecdotes, and full-color illustrations, this book examines issues related to opioid abuse.

Performance-Enhancing Drugs

This book examines issues related to performance-enhancing drugs, exploring important ethical questions in the field of athletics.

Police Training and Excessive Force

This collection discusses police training procedure, what constitutes excessive force, and what happens when the community disagrees with the police and the justice system. Relevant topics covered in this balanced anthology include the 1992 L.A. riots and the 2014 outcry in Ferguson, MO, as well as the choking death of Eric Garner in Staten Island, NY.

Rape Culture

This book discusses rape culture - the normalization of sexual assault and degradation of victims, including catcalls, explicit song lyrics, and other behaviors that contribute to an atmosphere where people, particularly women, are regarded as objects, making it easier for rapists to justify their actions to themselves.

Religious Discrimination

Religious discrimination affects people of all different faiths, from Judaism and Christianity to Islam, whose followers are known as Muslims. Research has shown that Muslims face religious discrimination the most of any religious group, followed by Jews. This book examines what this discrimination entails, how it is manifested, how widespread it is, how it affects real people, and efforts to address this discrimination.

Social Networking

This book examines issues related to social networking. More than one-third of the world's population now uses social networking, which is having a huge impact on the way people think, communicate, and interact.

Student Loans and the Cost of College

This book explains the expenses associated with higher education, the various payment options available for students, including student loans, need-based scholarships, and merit-based scholarships, and what other avenues may exist for families to afford costs associated with tuition, room, and board. Concerns about "paying off" student loans, interest rates, and timelines are also addressed.

Student Rights

This collection considers the concept of student rights and what civil and constitutional rights are covered in an educational environment. Includes discussions of relevant court cases and instances of student-led activism, as well as a focus on protected sources for student reporters.

Teen Suicide

Through the use of a narrative-driven pro/con format supported by relevant facts, quotes, anecdotes, and full-color illustrations, this book examines issues related to teen suicide.

Teens and Distracted Driving

When driving a car, a moment of distraction can mean the difference between a safe trip and a tragic accident. This book explores the causes of this safety issue, how it affects teens, and ways in which teens can protect themselves and get help.

Teens and Social Media

Social media can be a useful tool for teens, but its power and popularity can also make it hazardous. This book explores the causes of social media concerns, how these issues affect teens, and ways in which teens can protect themselves and get help.

The Confederate Flag

This book explores the Confederate flag's origins, its controversial history, what meaning it has for Americans living today, and the ongoing debate on its use and display.

Transgender Rights

This book explains the basic human rights of transgendered and non-binary individuals, and explains arguments for why trans Americans are a protected class, as well as for why they don't need special treatment. Discusses workplace discrimination, marriage equality, and adoption, as they relate to transgender identities.

Social Science

Are There Two Americas?

This book unpacks the concept of a divided nation and looks at the conflicts that come from economic disparity, geography, social status, and more. Describes how the media and politicians focus on the differences between the haves and the have-nots, "coastal elites" versus "real America," big cities or fly-over country, and how different (or not) they really are.

Deporting Immigrants

This book discusses both legal and undocumented immigration, and explores the challenges faced by local and federal government officials, by different types of workers, and by the children of green card or visa holders.

Opioid Abuse

Through the use of a narrative-driven pro/con format supported by relevant facts, quotes, anecdotes, and full-color illustrations, this book examines issues related to opioid abuse.

Performance-Enhancing Drugs

This book examines issues related to performance-enhancing drugs, exploring important ethical questions in the field of athletics.

Police Training and Excessive Force

This collection discusses police training procedure, what constitutes excessive force, and what happens when the community disagrees with the police and the justice system. Relevant topics covered in this balanced anthology include the 1992 L.A. riots and the 2014 outcry in Ferguson, MO, as well as the choking death of Eric Garner in Staten Island, NY.

Rape Culture

This book discusses rape culture - the normalization of sexual assault and degradation of victims, including catcalls, explicit song lyrics, and other behaviors that contribute to an atmosphere where people, particularly women, are regarded as objects, making it easier for rapists to justify their actions to themselves.

Religious Discrimination

Religious discrimination affects people of all different faiths, from Judaism and Christianity to Islam, whose followers are known as Muslims. Research has shown that Muslims face religious discrimination the most of any religious group, followed by Jews. This book examines what this discrimination entails, how it is manifested, how widespread it is, how it affects real people, and efforts to address this discrimination.

Social Networking

This book examines issues related to social networking. More than one-third of the world's population now uses social networking, which is having a huge impact on the way people think, communicate, and interact.

Student Loans and the Cost of College

This book explains the expenses associated with higher education, the various payment options available for students, including student loans, need-based scholarships, and merit-based scholarships, and what other avenues may exist for families to afford costs associated with tuition, room, and board. Concerns about "paying off" student loans, interest rates, and timelines are also addressed.

Student Rights

This collection considers the concept of student rights and what civil and constitutional rights are covered in an educational environment. Includes discussions of relevant court cases and instances of student-led activism, as well as a focus on protected sources for student reporters.

Teen Suicide

Through the use of a narrative-driven pro/con format supported by relevant facts, quotes, anecdotes, and full-color illustrations, this book examines issues related to teen suicide.

The Confederate Flag

This book explores the Confederate flag's origins, its controversial history, what meaning it has for Americans living today, and the ongoing debate on its use and display.

Transgender Rights

This book explains the basic human rights of transgendered and non-binary individuals, and explains arguments for why trans Americans are a protected class, as well as for why they don't need special treatment. Discusses workplace discrimination, marriage equality, and adoption, as they relate to transgender identities.

Medicine

Teen Suicide

Through the use of a narrative-driven pro/con format supported by relevant facts, quotes, anecdotes, and full-color illustrations, this book examines issues related to teen suicide.

Teens and Distracted Driving

When driving a car, a moment of distraction can mean the difference between a safe trip and a tragic accident. This book explores the causes of this safety issue, how it affects teens, and ways in which teens can protect themselves and get help.

Teens and Social Media

Social media can be a useful tool for teens, but its power and popularity can also make it hazardous. This book explores the causes of social media concerns, how these issues affect teens, and ways in which teens can protect themselves and get help.