One Thousand Words for War by Hope Erica Schultz

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Imaginative and original, One Thousand Words for War explores in various fantastic settings the different types of conflict—from powerful internal and external conflicts with the potential to destroy the main character’s world to the peace that comes from accepting change. Whether it's a transgendered girl standing up to bullies or a child soldier trying to save his fellows from war, this collection shows the powerful ways teens can overcome and embrace extraordinary circumstances.

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Hope Erica Schultz writes science fiction and fantasy for teens and adults. Her work has appeared in Siren’s Call, Fireside Magazine, Diabolical Plots, and Plasma Frequency, and her first teen novel, The Last Road Home, is forthcoming through CHBB publications. She lives in Chalton, Massachusetts. Madeline Smoot has edited several anthologies for kids and teens and is the publisher of CBAY Books. She lives in Dallas, Texas.
Published May 1, 2016 by CBAY Books. 240 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Gr 8 Up—A thought-provoking if uneven collection of sci-fi short stories about the powerful ways young adults can overcome and embrace grim circumstances. The volume focuses on protagonists whose environments or societal expectations threaten to destroy them physically or emotionally. For example...

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