Nonfiction
The Role of Assent in Learning
By 
Herbert Kohl
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Cracking India
Fiction
By 
Bapsi Sidhwa

As the young daughter of an affluent Parsee family in Lahore, Lenny is keenly observant of the city’s astonishing diversity—Muslims and Hindus, Christians and Sikhs, coexisting together. But as Lahore descends into sectarian violence, Lenny’s innocence is lost, and with it the fragile unity of a nation.

The Crow Eaters
Fiction
By 
Bapsi Sidhwa

Loading his pregnant wife, infant daughter, and widowed mother-in-law into a bullock cart, Faredoon Junglewalla—Freddy for short—leaves his ancestral village for the bustling city of Lahore. Despite the nagging of his unbearable mother-in-law, Freddy’s business and family flourish, and he soon becomes a patriarchal figure in the thriving Parsee community.

Nonfiction
Understanding Your Students' Basic Needs
By 
Julie Landsman
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Grass Roots: The Universe of Home
Nonfiction
The Universe of Home
By 
Paul Gruchow
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Poetry
Women of Japan Relive the Bomb
By 
Lequita Vance-Watkins and Aratani Mariko
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An American Brat
Fiction
By 
Bapsi Sidhwa

Growing up in Pakistan in the 1970s, Feroza Ginwalla is precocious, impetuous, and increasingly affected by the rising tide of religious fundamentalism there. When her family decides to send her to America for a change of scenery and influence, a chain of amusing events and encounters ensues.

Nonfiction
By 
Annick Smith
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Annick Smith is the author of several books, including Homestead, In This We Are Native, Big Bluestem, and most recently Crossing the Plains with Bruno. She is also the editor of Headwaters: Montana Writers on Water & Wilderness, and coeditor with Susan O’Connor of The Wide Open: Prose, Poetry, and Photographs of the Prairie and, most recently, Hearth: A Global Conversation on Identity, Community, and Place. She lives in Bonner, Montana.

Nonfiction
Reading and Thinking about Ethics
By 
Carol Bly
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