These books for young adults explore subjects ranging from friendship to social justice and everything in between.
Rose and Michael are students with bright futures. But when Rose gets pregnant, her behavior becomes increasingly strange as she struggles to cope.
University life is better than Charlotte ever dreamed, but her exposure to new ideas in 1981 Ghana will be an exciting and dangerous adventure.
This multi-award-winning novel looks honestly at teenage sexuality and the world of amateur hockey.
Being Muslim is a primer on Islam past and present, meant to be read by people of all ages, regions, and religions.
A funny yet poignant novel about two disparate souls — a homeless teenager and a lonely old man — who come to know and care for each other.
A poignant and frank novel set in Ghana, told from the point of view of a disarmingly forthright teenaged girl.
Moments of grace and tenderness undercut the terror and pain of this powerful story of the genocidal war in Rwanda.
This thought-provoking book in the Groundwork Guides series considers the enormous implications of the mass migration away from rural regions.
Cleaning houses is just a way for Jess to earn money for college – until she finds a hidden diary in the trashed bedroom of a fancy country house.
This authoritative book addresses the key questions surrounding the important issue of climate change, featuring the most recent scientific findings.
A story based on the real-life experiences of a young boy who was smuggled out of Ethiopia amid political unrest to start a new life in North America.
This Groundwork Guide shows that democracy arose as a consequence of very specific historical circumstances and is therefore unlikely to advance.