Best Teen & Young Adult Sociology Books
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1. ALPHA MALE BIBLE: CHARISMA, PSYCHOLOGY OF ATTRACTION, CHARM. ART OF CONFIDENCE, SELF-HYPNOSIS, MEDITATION. ART OF BODY LANGUAGE, EYE CONTACT, SMALL TALK. HABITS & SELF-DISCIPLINE OF A REAL ALPHA MAN.
Author: by SEAN WAYNE
Unlock the secrets of the Men who have everything going for themSometimes, it seems like the world is made for Alpha Males, while the rest of us have to settle for the scraps. Whether it’s that well-dressed, smooth-talking guy who always gets the ladies, or that quietly confident Man people fall all over themselves to please, there are some guys who just seem to have it all.
Meanwhile, nothing comes quite as easy for you. From feelings of inadequacy to struggling with being overlooked, it may sometimes feel like you’re meant to live your life always being second-best to these Men. Are these Alpha Males just lucky to be born with the qualities that make them so magnetic?
Or do they know something you don’t? Despite what you may think, Alpha Males are not born. They are gradually refined through years of committed self-improvement and focused determination. Alpha Male Bible is the “un-pickup” guide to dating success. If you want to become the suave, assertive, and appealing Man you’ve always wanted to be, you have to be prepared to put in the work.
The Book of Awesome Women: Boundary Breakers, Freedom Fighters, Sheroes and Female Firsts (Teenage Girl Book, Feminist Gift for Girls)
Author: by Becca Anderson
Get Inspired By The Powerful Sheroes In This Feminist Collection Of Short Biographies”This book is an antidote to the erasure of women from our history. Vicki Leon, author of Uppity Women of Ancient Times#1 Best Seller in Teen & Young Adult Social Activist Biographies, Sociology, and Self-Esteem & Self-RelianceDiscover some of the most awesome women in history.
Now is the time to acknowledge the greatness of women!Sheroes. Women hold up half the sky and, most days, do even more of the heavy lifting including childbearing and child-rearing. All after a long day at the office. Women have always been strong, true sheroes, oftentimes unacknowledged.
As we shake off the last traces of a major patriarchal hangover, women are coming into their own. In the 21st Century, all women can fully embrace their fiery fempower and celebrate their no-holds-barred individuality. It is time to acknowledge the successful women of the world.
Super women as female role models. From the foremothers who blazed trails and broke barriers, to today’s women warriors from sports, science, cyberspace, city hall, the lecture hall, and the silver screen, The Book of Awesome Women paints 200 portraits of powerful and inspiring role models for women and girls poised to become super women of the future.
3. A Queer History of the United States for Young People (ReVisioning History for Young People)
Author: by Richie Chevat
Named one of the Best Nonfiction Books of 2019 by School Library JournalQueer history didn’t start with Stonewall. This book explores how LGBTQ people have always been a part of our national identity, contributing to the country and culture for over 400 years.
It is crucial for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer youth to know their history. But this history is not easy to find since it’s rarely taught in schools or commemorated in other ways. A Queer History of the United States for Young People corrects this and demonstrates that LGBTQ people have long been vital to shaping our understanding of what America is today.
Through engrossing narratives, letters, drawings, poems, and more, the book encourages young readers, of all identities, to feel pride at the accomplishments of the LGBTQ people who came before them and to use history as a guide to the future.
The stories he shares include those of* Indigenous tribes who embraced same-sex relationships and a multiplicity of gender identities. Emily Dickinson, brilliant nineteenth-century poet who wrote about her desire for women. Gladys Bentley, Harlem blues singer who challenged restrictive cross-dressing laws in the 1920s.
4. Smile & Succeed for Teens: A Crash Course in Face-to-Face Communication
Author: by Kirt Manecke
Is your teen prepared for the real world of personal communication? Set your kids up to succeed with the lost art of social and job skills.”Smile & Succeed for Teens is a fantastic resource to help teens be successful at work.
Temple Grandin, Author, Thinking in Pictures, The Autistic Brain, ONE OF TIME MAGAZINE’S 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE IN THE WORLDAre your kids glued to their phones and out of touch with the real world? Do your teens slouch and have poor eye contact?
Do you worry that their inability to communicate will keep them from getting a good job? If so, then it’s time for a crash course in the social and career skills that will lead to their success. Let award-winning author Kirt Manecke be your guide.
Developed by a team of teens, parents, and educators, the proven methods in Manecke’s book provide your kids with the people skills and confidence they’ll need throughout their lives. Whether your teen or young adult is looking for work, holding down a job, making friends, or taking part in leadership or service positions, Smile & Succeed for Teens will give them the education he or she needs to thrive.
5. Kids at Work: Lewis Hine and the Crusade Against Child Labor
Author: by Russell Freedman
Photobiography of early twentieth-century photographer and schoolteacher Lewis Hine, using his own work as illustrations. Hines’s photographs of children at work were so devastating that they convinced the American people that Congress must pass child labor laws.
6. Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine?
Author: by Esther Watson
A zine is a handmade magazine or mini-comic about anything you can imagine: favorite bands, personal stories, subcultures, or collections. They contain diary entries, rants, interviews, and stories. They can be by one person or many, found in stores, traded at comic conventions, exchanged with friends, or given away for free.
Zines are not a new idea: they’ve been around for years under various names (chapbooks, flyers, pamphlets). People with independent ideas have been getting their word out since before there were printing presses. This book is for anyone who wants to create their own zine.
It’s for learning tips and tricks from contributors who have been at the fore front of the zine movement. It’s for getting inspired to put thoughts and ideas down on paper. It’s for learning how to design and print your own zine so you can put it in others’ hands.
Whatcha Mean, What’s a Zine? Is for anyone who has something to say.
7. Sociology & You, Student Edition (NTC: SOCIOLOGY & YOU)
Author: by McGraw Hill
Trusted authorship communicates the theory and application of sociology principles in understandable, age-appropriate language. A dynamic, interactive learning experience for students with Essential Questions and the educational philosophy of Understanding by Design Connect the concepts and theories in Sociology to real world situations with Focus on Research, World View, and Snapshot of America with up-to-date information and statistics Develop critical thinking and engage students in the learning process with Quick Case Studies and Hands-on Chapter Projects Promote 21st Century Skills and College and Career Readiness with real work applications in Applying Sociology, Connecting Sociology, and Sociology Matters Explore the overarching themes represented in the Sociological Units of Inquiry and present current knowledge in the field of sociology in developmentally appropriate ways
8. Holt World History: Student Edition Grades 6-8 Ancient Civilizations 2006
Author: by RINEHART AND WINSTON HOLT
HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON
Holt World History Ancient Civilizations: California Social Studies
9. World History: Medieval to Early Modern Times (California Social Studies)
Author: by Stanley M. Burstein
Holt, Rinehart & Winston
Holt’s new Medieval to Early Modern Times uses standards-based content and research-based reading instruction to teach middle grades world history. It creates a richer understanding of the mysteries of the past and their impact on today with stunning visuals and high-interest scenarios.
The program ensures success for all learners and addresses standards by integrating the content and skills necessary to meet them. Aligned with the standards, the Holt California Social Studies program is designed to inform, support, and motivate all California students to comprehend and master the History-Social Science Content Standards and Analysis Skills for Grades 6, 7 and 8.
The primary objective of the program is to provide accurate, detailed content with a variety of perspectives. History is presented as a story well told with continuity and narrative coherence. Standards-based content and research-based reading instruction ensure student mastery and comprehension Instructional visuals and engaging text involve the students in the study of history, teach democratic ideals, and promote civic values Reading Like a Historian teaches students how to investigate history by analyzing documents and images Universal access provides a wide variety of resources and instructional strategies to meet the needs of all learners Customizable multi-level assessment provides options to monitor students’ progress effectively
10. Book of Awesome Women Writers: Medieval Mystics, Pioneering Poets, Fierce Feminists and First Ladies of Literature (Historical Women, Female Authors)
Author: by Becca Anderson
Famous Female Authors Who Wrote Their Way Into HistoryAn absolute ‘must read’ for anyone thinking that centuries of literature being almost exclusively dominated by men. Library BookwatchFrom the first recorded writer to current bestsellers, Becca Anderson takes us through time and highlights historical women who have left their mark on the literary world.
Historical women writers. This expansive compilation of historical women writers is a chance to delve deeper into the lives and works of famous female authors and learn about some lesser-known greats. Some of the many female authors you will love learning about include: Maya Angelou, Jane Austen, Judy Blume, Rachel Carson, Nadine Gordimer, Dorothy Parker, Joyce Carol Oates, and many, many more.
Explore subjects and literary forms women writers have to offer. The works of these historical women vary greatly. Each is as unique and significant as the women who penned them. With the help of writers, editors, librarians, booksellers, and more, Anderson has crafted a must-read book for women of every background.
11. Queer, There, and Everywhere: 23 People Who Changed the World
Author: by Sarah Prager
A New York Public Library Best Book of 2017 * A Chicago Public Library Best of the Best Book for Teens 2017This first-ever LGBTQ history book of its kind for young adults will appeal to fans of fun, empowering pop-culture books like Rad American Women A-Z and Notorious RBG.
Three starred reviews! World history has been made by countless lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individualsand you’ve never heard of many of them. Queer author and activist Sarah Prager delves deep into the lives of 23 people who fought, created, and loved on their own terms.
From high-profile figures like Abraham Lincoln and Eleanor Roosevelt to the trailblazing gender-ambiguous Queen of Sweden and a bisexual blues singer who didn’t make it into your history books, these astonishing true stories uncover a rich queer heritage that encompasses every culture, in every era.
By turns hilarious and inspiring, the beautifully illustrated Queer, There, and Everywhere is for anyone who wants the real story of the queer rights movement. A Junior Library Guild Selection
12. The Third Chimpanzee for Young People: On the Evolution and Future of the Human Animal (For Young People Series)
Author: by Rebecca Stefoff
At some point during the last 100,000 years, humans began exhibiting traits and behavior that distinguished us from other animals, eventually creating language, art, religion, bicycles, spacecraft, and nuclear weaponsall within a heartbeat of evolutionary time. Now, faced with the threat of nuclear weapons and the effects of climate change, it seems our innate tendencies for violence and invention have led us to a crucial fork in our road.
Where did these traits come from? Are they part of our species immutable destiny? Or is there hope for our species’ future if we change? With fascinating facts and his unparalleled readability, Diamond intended his book to improve the world that today’s young people will inherit.
Triangle Square’s The Third Chimpanzee for Young People is a book for future generation and the future they’ll help build.
13. The Pregnancy Project: A Memoir
Author: by Gaby Rodriguez
When high school senior Gaby faked a pregnancy as a project to challenge stereotypes, she also changed her life. Discover this compelling memoir from an inspirational teenage activist, now a Lifetime movie. It started as a school project, but it turned into so much more.
Growing up, Gaby Rodriguez was often told she would end up a teen mom. After all, her mother and her older sisters had gotten pregnant as teenagers; from an outsider’s perspective, it was practically a family tradition. Gaby had ambitions that didn’t include teen motherhood.
But she wondered: how would she be treated if she fulfilled others’ expectations? Would everyone ignore the years she put into being a good student and see her as just another pregnant teen statistic with no future? These questions sparked Gaby’s high school senior project: faking her own pregnancy to see how her family, friends, and community would react.
What she learned changed her life foreverand made international headlines in the process. In The Pregnancy Project, Gaby details how she was able to fake her own pregnancy, hiding the truth from even her siblings and boyfriend’s parents, and reveals all that she learned from the experience.
14. Heads Up Sociology
Author: by DK
Why does racism exist? Is Big Brother watching us? Why are women paid less than men? Investigate society’s hidden truths, from gender and identity politics to consumer culture with this insightful guide. Sociology is the study of how societies are organized and what helps them function or go wrong.
Heads Up Sociology explores a range of curious social phenomena, including poverty and class status, white-collar crime, religious beliefs, and internet anxieties. The book helps readers see themselves and their communities in the context of a larger, globalized world. Fascinating biographies offer insight into the lives and work of key researchers such as Karl Marx, Judith Butler, and Howard Becker, while well-illustrated case studies and real-life scenarios bring their ideas to life.
Stunning infographics further explain the ebb and flow of power in society. Heads Up Sociology is the ultimate tool to help you get to grips with sociology in time for exams and is an essential read for anyone keen to ask the big questions about the world we live in today.
15. Economics: Principles in Action
Author: by Arthur O'Sullivan
592 pages, ISBN # 013181544x