Nevertheless, They Persisted

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by Ashley Kuehl, editorial director of Lerner Publications

Do you remember the 2016 Dakota Pipeline protests? They’re technically over, and corporations are working to plan and build the pipeline. But protesters are still standing trial for their actions. These protests made national news and drew protesters of all ethnicities and backgrounds. American Indian activists, the instigators of this fight, have been protesting oil pipelines for years. They’ve also fought for land and rights that were unfairly taken from them, raised their voices against stereotypes of their culture in sports, and battled many other instances of discrimination and racism. Read More

How to Get the Most Out of Interactive Books

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By Kate Schefer, Digital Product Coordinator

Every season, there are more ways to enjoy and learn from Lerner books! In the Digital Department, we create enhanced eBooks like Interactive Books. We added 22 new titles to the collection this season, but they’re no good to you if you don’t know how to use them! The Interactive Book interface has many moving parts and features. Let’s take a walk through one of our newest titles, Discover Cryobiology, and look at each aspect of it.

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