An inspiring children’s picture book about the indomitable spirit of Jamaican six-time Olympic medal winner Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce.
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Bob Marley’s first and most famous son, Ziggy, extends his devotion to youth with his debut children’s book.
Introducing the new winner of the Paz Prize for Poetry, given by the National Poetry Series, featuring an introduction by Rigoberto González, and presented in both Spanish and English.
Jones’s only collection of stories is back in print, with a new preface by daughter Kaylie Jones and a brand new study guide.
Larson’s antihero storms back in the explosive final installment in the Dewey Decimal hard-boiled, crime-fiction trilogy.
This paperback edition of Goldberg’s highly acclaimed homage to 1967 includes a new afterword and twenty beautiful and evocative photographs.
Fifty years after 1967, Goldberg explores the continued relevance of political and cultural movements from that pivotal year in history.
A vibrant and provocative debut novel that dispels myths surrounding transracial adoption.
The sharpest, most stylized, and ambitious anthology of Native American literature ever published. Readers enter into a welter of troubled history throughout the Americans where the heritage of violence meets the ferocity of intent.
World-famous singer-songwriter Ryan Adams reveals his prodigious talents as a poetry and fiction writer.
Jamaica’s literary lion Colin Channer presents new fiction from the freshest young Jamaican authors and the Calabash International Literary Festival’s Extended Family.
Israeli American journalist Schalit distinguishes between the Israel he knows and the image of it in the minds of Americans.
Istanbul Noir presents stories from a city at once ancient and modern, Asian and European, postcard-perfect and simmering with rage.
A beautifully illustrated picture book that gives parents a way to discuss marijuana with children without encouraging them to use it.
**While supplies last, copies ordered here will by SIGNED by Ricardo Cortés!
Debut title from RDV Books!
Foreword By Cornel West