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Seth Mandel

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Seth Mandel is a conservative American author and editor who has served as executive editor of the Washington Examiner print edition since 2018. He previously worked as the op-ed editor of the New York Post.
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I am Harriet Tubman
Brad Meltzer - Jan 16, 2018
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Harriet Tubman's heroic and pivotal role in the fight against slavery is the subject of the fourteenth picture book in this New York Times bestselling biography seriesThis friendly, fun biography series focuses on the traits that made our heroes great--the traits that kids can aspire to in order to live heroically themselves. Each book tells the st...
Seth Mandel
Aug 04, 2020
@chrislhayes Our kids LOVE @bradmeltzer’s “I Am” series and my daughter went through a big civil rights phase—I Am Harriet Tubman, I Am Rosa Parks, I Am Jackie Robinson. PBS has Secret Museum episodes based on them too. We also read this book on Montgomery Bus Boycott:     source
I am Jackie Robinson
Brad Meltzer - Jan 08, 2015
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This New York Times Bestselling picture book biography series by Brad Meltzer has an inspiring message: We can all be heroes.Jackie Robinson always loved sports, especially baseball. But he lived at a time before the Civil Rights Movement, when the rules weren't fair to African Americans. Even though Jackie was a great athlete, he wasn't allowed on...
Seth Mandel
Aug 04, 2020
@chrislhayes Our kids LOVE @bradmeltzer’s “I Am” series and my daughter went through a big civil rights phase—I Am Harriet Tubman, I Am Rosa Parks, I Am Jackie Robinson. PBS has Secret Museum episodes based on them too. We also read this book on Montgomery Bus Boycott:     source
I am Rosa Parks
Brad Meltzer - Jun 17, 2014
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"We can all be heroes" is the message entertainingly told in this picture-book biography series from #1 New York Times Bestselling author Brad Meltzer."Kids always search for heroes, so we might as well have a say in it," Brad Meltzer realized, and so he envisioned this friendly, fun approach to biography - for his own kids, and for yours. Each boo...
Seth Mandel
Aug 04, 2020
@chrislhayes Our kids LOVE @bradmeltzer’s “I Am” series and my daughter went through a big civil rights phase—I Am Harriet Tubman, I Am Rosa Parks, I Am Jackie Robinson. PBS has Secret Museum episodes based on them too. We also read this book on Montgomery Bus Boycott:     source
How to Fight Anti-Semitism
Bari Weiss - Sep 10, 2019
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The prescient New York Times writer delivers an urgent wake-up call to all Americans exposing the alarming rise of anti-Semitism in this countryand explains what we can do to defeat it. Stunning . . . Bari Weiss is heroic, fearless, brilliant and big-hearted. Most importantly, she is right.Lisa Taddeo, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Three ...
Seth Mandel
Jul 31, 2020
An excellent book! Hope he gains from it     source
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Jonathan Greenblatt
How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
Dr. Seuss - Oct 12, 1957
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Grow your heart three sizes and get in on all of the Grinch-mas cheer with the original How the Grinch Stole Christmas-the ultimate Dr. Seuss Christmas classic that is perfect for read-alongs all year round! Every Who down in Who-ville liked Christmas a lot . . . but the Grinch, who lived just north of Who-ville, did NOT!Not since "'Twas the night ...
Seth Mandel
Dec 19, 2019
@kampeas My favorite Dr. Seuss book has always been The Grinch Owns The Libs     source
Please Kill Me
The Uncensored Oral History of Punk
Legs McNeil - Aug 09, 2016 (first published in 1996)
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A Time Out and Daily News Top Ten Book of the Year upon its initial release, Please Kill Me is the first oral history of the most nihilist of all pop movements. Iggy Pop, Danny Fields, Dee Dee and Joey Ramone, Malcom McLaren, Jim Carroll, and scores of other famous and infamous punk figures lend their voices to this definitive account of that outra...
Seth Mandel
Jul 24, 2019
@LBC1983 love that book     source
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Eric Alper
Invisible Man
Ralph Ellison - Jan 01, 1995 (first published in 1952)
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First published in 1952 and immediately hailed as a masterpiece, Invisible Man is one of those rare novels that have changed the shape of American literature. For not only does Ralph Ellison's nightmare journey across the racial divide tell unparalleled truths about the nature of bigotry and its effects on the minds of both victims and perpetrators...
Seth Mandel
May 08, 2019
@EricColumbus A great choice and undeniably important book. Wish it were taught more.     source