The true story of eighty-nine young people who risked their lives and their freedom to find common ground in the midst of Cameroon’s bloody Anglophone Crisis. Fraught with harrowing accounts of mass killings, government-sponsored torture, arms trafficking, and a narrowly thwarted kidnapping attempt, this foray into pedagogical game theory is a tribute to all who seek knowledge, serve justice, and speak their truth in the face of unimaginable persecution. Meet the author.
The first in a series of children's mystery books by Alisha Brummett, this charming work celebrates girls in STEM while introducing concepts of coding in a fun and unique way.
Faith &. science. War &. peace. Wealth &. poverty. Dave Flanagan's bold new novel addresses these opposing forces, inviting us to reevaluate our notions of human identity and dignity.
Trapped for more than half a decade in a battle between a brutal dictatorship and militant forces, the women of Anglophone Cameroon share their experiences in a series of impassioned letters.
Welcome to life on the edge of the world. In this riveting account of her travels, Lisa Wilson-Foley describes the graceful dance of survival and co- existence between species in a fragile land.
From glow worm caves to glaciers to hot springs, the magical beauty and awe-inspiring mysteries of one of the world's most diverse ecosystems are revealed in a stunning coffee table book.
Through captivating photos and heartfelt stories of loss and renewal, Ryan Pritchard depicts the far-reaching influence of climate change on the migration patterns of Californians.