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    USA TODAY Cultural Mosaic
    Published collaboratively with USA TODAY, one of the most widely read newspapers in the world and the No. 1 newspaper in the United States, this series examines the customs, traditions, experiences, and ways of life of six multicultural groups living in the United States. Articles from USA TODAY enhance the text and shed light on how each cultural group contributes to U.S. life.
    Social Studies    Grades: 6-8    Lerner Digital ™   
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    USA TODAY Cultural Mosaic
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    USA TODAY Lifeline Biographies
    Developed in partnership with USA TODAY®, one of the most widely read newspapers in the world and the No. 1 newspaper in the United States, these engaging biographies feature some of the world's most compelling people. Colorful sidebars―including In Focus sections and USA TODAY Snapshots®―provide detailed graphics and in-depth information. Loaded with photos and quotations, these books are perfect for reports and high-interest reading.
    Social Studies    Grades: 6-12    Twenty-First Century Books   
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    USA TODAY Lifeline Biographies
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    USA TODAY's Debate: Voices and Perspectives
    Geared toward high school readers, each book in this series introduces a controversial, compelling social issue. Authors present objective, balanced viewpoints using unbiased language and tone. Opposing viewpoints are given equal time and attention and are reinforced with quotes, statistics, graphs, and charts where appropriate. Developed in partnership with USA TODAY, one of the most read newspapers in the world and the No. 1 newspaper in the United States.
    Social Studies    Grades: 9-12    Twenty-First Century Books   
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    USA TODAY's Debate: Voices and Perspectives
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    USA TODAY Teen Wise Guides: Lifestyle Choices
    Published collaboratively with USA TODAY newspaper, these books feature teen-friendly text and design, ties to middle school and high school curriculum standards for life skills, and stories of real teens and young adults—plus advice from experts—pulled from the pages of USA TODAY. This series is perfect for readers searching for report materials or for enriching their own knowledge of basic life skills.
    Social Studies    Grades: 8-12    Twenty-First Century Books   
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    USA TODAY Teen Wise Guides: Lifestyle Choices
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    USA TODAY Health Reports: Diseases and Disorders
    Developed in partnership with USA TODAY, one of the most widely read newspapers in the world and the No. 1 newspaper in the United States, this engaging medical series focuses on some of today’s most newsworthy diseases and disorders. Timely topics are introduced through case studies, and colorful sidebars and graphics provide in-depth details. These books are perfect for reports and informative reading.
    Science    Grades: 7-12    Twenty-First Century Books   
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    USA TODAY Health Reports: Diseases and Disorders
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    Russell Simmons
    From Def Jam to Super Rich
    By: Carrie Golus
    As USA TODAY, the Nation's No. 1 Newspaper, puts it, Russell Simmons "helped found the hip-hop movement and turn it into a huge money-making machine." He co-founded Def Jam Records, one of the first successful hip-hop record labels. He also worked with many of hip-hop's earliest stars, such as Run-D.M.C. and the Beastie Boys.

    Raised in Queens, New York, Simmons grew up obsessed with music—and fought to make a life for himself in the music business. After helping push hip-hop into the mainstream, he took on fashion, film production, and advertising, among other projects. Later, he turned to activism, using his influence to aid different social causes. Throughout it all, Simmons has held onto his unique personal style and unmistakable attitude.
    Nonfiction    Social Studies    Grades: 6-12    Twenty-First Century Books    ©2012
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    Nicki Minaj
    Conquering Hip-Hop
    By: Felicity Britton
    As USA TODAY, The Nation's No. 1 Newspaper, puts it, Nicki Minaj is a "hip-hop comet...a talented rhyme-spitter who fluidly shifts from hard-core grit to Barbie-doll cute."

    Growing up poor in Queens, New York, with a drug- and alcohol-addicted father, Minaj dreamed of being a soap opera star so she could afford to buy her mother a house. When Minaj was in her early twenties, a street mix tape got her noticed. Just a few years later, she blasted into the mainstream with seven singles in the Hot 100, beat out many of the boys with her ranking as MTV's No. 4 best Hip-Hop MC, and scored her second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200. And, says Minaj, she’s just getting started!
    Nonfiction    Social Studies    Grades: 6-12    Twenty-First Century Books    ©2013
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    Queen Latifah
    From Jersey Girl to Superstar
    By: Amy Ruth Allen
    People who knew Queen Latifah as a kid in Newark, New Jersey, would never have guessed at the fame in her future. But Latifah always dreamed big. Her dreams—and hard work—paid off. While still a teenager, Latifah became the first female solo rapper to sign with a major label and earn widespread popularity. She crafted a unique style full of positive messages, completely changing the rap landscape.

    That was just the beginning. Since 1989 Queen Latifah has made eight albums and thirty movies, starred in a top TV sitcom, hosted a talk show, launched business and charitable ventures, and won several prestigious awards.

    As USA TODAY, the Nation's No. 1 Newspaper, reports, it's ordinary people who inspire Queen Latifah: "[A stranger once] told me how much I meant to her and to women of color, and women in general. When I hear that, I know that I'm doing the right thing." What's next for Latifah? The world will be watching, eager to find out.
    Nonfiction    Social Studies    Grades: 6-12    Twenty-First Century Books    ©2012
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    Tourette Syndrome
    By: Marlene Targ Brill
    Thousands of young people are diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome (TS) each year. TS is a disorder of the neurological system, causing uncontrollable sounds or movements called tics. TS peaks "when young people are most vulnerable to the challenges of early adolescence," explains psychology professor Douglass Woods in USA TODAY, the Nation's No. 1 Newspaper. Symptoms can make school and everyday life very difficult. The good news is that scientists are gaining understanding of how TS works in the brain. While TS still has no cure, research is leading to more effective treatments.

    In this book, you'll read the stories of teenagers who struggled with TS and find out how they and their families dealt with the symptoms. You'll learn what causes TS, what can trigger tics, and what treatments can help relieve symptoms. Learning about this disorder is the best way to help yourself, a friend, or a family member live and thrive with TS.
    Nonfiction    Science    Grades: 6-12    Twenty-First Century Books    ©2012
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    Lupus
    By: Karin Rhines
    Between one and two million people in the United States are known to have lupus. But many more people may have it and not know it. Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease, which means the body's immune system cannot tell the difference between healthy cells and invaders like viruses and bacteria. In lupus, the immune system attacks tissues throughout the body. In mild cases symptoms include joint pain and fatigue. The worst cases can end in kidney disease and even death.

    Lupus is difficult to diagnose and treatment is complicated. Medications can treat symptoms, but there is no cure. People who suffer from this disease need to rely on their families and friends to help them out when symptoms flare up. In 2011, USA TODAY, the Nation's No. 1 Newspaper, reported that for the first time in fifty-six years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a new drug to treat lupus. 

    In this book you will follow the stories of people living with lupus and learn about causes and symptoms of this debilitating disease. You'll find out about available treatments and ongoing research into new medications and therapies. You'll also receive guidance on how to cope with lupus or help a loved one manage symptoms and find help.
    Nonfiction    Science    Grades: 6-12    Twenty-First Century Books    ©2012
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