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A selection of books to aid discussion on black history, suitable for secondary schools.
The Compact Guide: Nelson Mandela is the definitive short chronicle of perhaps the most recognised and best-loved statesman and activist in history. Starting from the very beginning of Mandela's life in the tribal Thembu clan, read how this unassuming young man became a figure that led the people of South Africa into a new world, away from the apartheid regime and into a multi-racial democracy.
Universally regarded as one of the greatest jazz singers of all time, Billie Holiday lived a troubled life fragmented by poverty, jail, heartbreak, and addiction. This hauntingly beautiful graphic novel tells the story of her life, from her first stage appearance in Harlem, to her musical heyday in the 1940s, to her untimely death in 1959.
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To achieve top grades in English Literature, you need to know your set texts and master all the key skills examiners are looking for. With everything you need right at hand, this NEW York Notes Study Guide on Love and Relationships: AQA Poetry Anthology - now with complete annotated poems! - gives you all the tools you need to study the cluster, practise Unseen poetry and face your exam with confidence.
To achieve top grades in English Literature, you need to know your set texts and master all the key skills examiners are looking for. With everything you need right at hand, this NEW York Notes Study Guide on Power and Conflict: AQA Poetry Anthology (now with complete annotated poems) gives you all the tools you need to study the cluster, practice Unseen poetry and face your exam with confidence.
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Latest adult fiction and non-fiction releases suitable for secondary school libraries and Key Stage 5.
It is 1981. Glasgow is dying and good families must grift to survive. Agnes Bain has always expected more from life. She dreams of greater things: a house with its own front door and a life bought and paid for outright (like her perfect, but false, teeth). But Agnes is abandoned by her philandering husband, and soon she and her three children find themselves trapped in a decimated mining town. As she descends deeper into drink, the children try their best to save her, yet one by one they must abandon her to save themselves. It is her son Shuggie who holds out hope the longest.