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This Groundwork Guide shows that democracy arose as a consequence of very specific historical circumstances and is therefore unlikely to advance.
From award-winning author Sarah Ellis comes the story of an American draft dodger who turns up to stay with thirteen-year-old Charlotte and her family.
In this novel based on Great Expectations, Brian Doyle does a brilliant job of dealing with the issue of class and all its implications.
Parvana tiene 11 años y vive en Afganistán bajo el mandato de los talibanes. Cuando detienen a su padre buscará una solución desesperada: convertirse en un chico.
This thoughtful Groundwork Guide compares the American Empire to those of the past, including the British, Roman, Chinese, Incan and Aztec empires.
A literally spellbinding story about chasing love, fighting family, losing friends and starting all over again.
Street gangs have exploded worldwide and this title in the Groundwork Guides series exposes the roots of the problem.
Kicked out of residential school, a Metis teenager must try to rediscover his people's old ways and learn the truth about his father's death.
A family car trip across Canada brings Megan and her dad face to face with how sad and happy growing up can be.
A fascinating and critical look at hip hop, the world's most popular music, and what it means to young people all over the globe.
The widely acclaimed story of a young boy's struggle to survive in a new environment and stand up for himself.
Samira is only nine years old when the Turkish army invades Persia in 1918, and her family must flee into the mountains. Will she ever see home again?