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Reading Level: Grade 2 - 3 • Interest Level: Grade 9 - 12

Surviving American History

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Author: Max Howard
Specs: 5 1/5” X 8 1/4” • 200pp, Suggestions for further reading, Written in Verse, About the Author Section, High / Low Content
HC ed.: 978-1-9785-9564-4 • $25.80 | $19.40
eBook: 978-1-9785-9550-7 • $25.80 | $19.40
Paperback: 978-1-9785-9548-4 • $16.35 | $14.20
Gabi is furious about her parents divorcing and moving her away from her hometown, her friends, and her school. But on the day she moves away, a shooter opens fire on Gabi's old school, killing her American History classmates. She knows she should have been in that classroom. Now Gabi has to navigate a new school and new social circles, while dealing with a looming dark cloud of grief, survivor's guilt, and fear. She meets impulsive troublemaker Lennon, who might just understand her dark side, or may pull her deeper into it.
Winner of the North Star YA Award (Maine)

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About the Author:
Max Howard lives in Wisconsin and is the author of The Water Year, Fifteen and Change, and the forthcoming book Everything in Its Path. Every day, Max tries to remember three things: a) the pen is mightier than the sword; b) the first step toward building a better world is having a dream of how things could be different; c) the second step is inviting other people to share in that dream.