Macmillan Childrens Publishing Group Spring 2018 Kids Books by Raincoast Books

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square fish • february 2018 young adult fiction social themes suicide terri fields after the death of anna gonzales a powerful look at the effects of one teen girl s suicide on her high school written in narrative free verse for a young adult audience did you hear who told you do you think it s really true brutally honest and authentic in tone this collection of february square fish young adult fiction social themes suicide on sale2/20/2018 ages 12 to 18 trade paperback 112 pages 8.3 in h 5.5 in w carton quantity 56 isbn:9781250189455 voices centers on the suicide of high school freshman anna gonzales each piece read alone portrays a classmate s or teacher s personal reaction to the loss taken hard by some by others barely noticed read together the poems create a richly textured and moving testimony to the rippling effects of one girl s devastating choice terri fields has written a thought-provoking important work that resonates with both pain and hope this is a book that will stay with readers long after they put it down $9.99 $12.99 can terri fields is the author of many books for children including the young adult novels holdup and after the death of anna gonzales she is also an educator and was named—among other honors—arizona s teacher of the year and selected to the all-usa teacher team she lives in phoenix arizona praise for after the death of anna gonzales an ncss-cbc notable trade book in the field of social studies a texas tayshas reading list selection “this will inspire thought and discussion best used in the classroom setting where it can be accompanied by the facts resources support and context.”—booklist “insightful glimpses into the minds thoughts and hearts of those left behind readers will gain some important insight into the serious issue of teen suicide through this treatment of the topic.”—school library journal 402