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Path to the World: Becoming You (Reprint)

ISBN: 9781481419772

Contributors: Carlson-Hijuelos, Lori Marie (Editor)
Carlson-Hijuelos, Lori Marie (Author)
Bruchac, Joseph (Author)
Cardona, Jacinto Jesús (Author)
Coffin, William Sloane (Author)
Conroy, Pat (Author)
Cuomo, Mario (Author)
Egan, Timothy (Author)
Ehrenhalt, Alan (Author)
Feddin, Shadi (Author)
Fletcher, Ralph (Author)
Gribben, Valerie (Author)
Hollan, Alexandre (Author)
Ivins, Molly (Author)
Kothari, Geeta (Author)
Lee, Jeremy (Author)
Li, Yuyi (Author)
Lisker, Emily (Author)
Majeed, Kamaal (Author)
McKeithen, Madge (Author)
Nasrallah, Nawal (Author)
Pitoniak, Scott (Author)
Quindlen, Anna (Author)
Sandel, Michael J (Author)
Sentíes, Raquel (Author)
Skaggs, David E (Author)
Soto, Gary (Author)
Stoddard, Alexandra (Author)
Waldorf, Kellynoel (Author)
Washington, George (Author)
Yu, Ying Ying (Author)

Publisher: Atheneum Books, 2023

Binding: Paperback (Readerbound Available)

Retail: $10.99

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"A chorus of essays from a variety of voices, backgrounds, and experiences, exploring what it means to be human and true to yourself. What does it mean to be yourself? To be born here or somewhere else? To be from one family instead of another? What does it mean to be human? Collected by Lori Carlson-Hijuelos, A Path to the World showcases essays by a vast variety of luminaries--from Gary Soto to Nawal Nasrallah to Ying Ying Yu, from chefs to artists to teens to philosophers to politicians (keep your eyes peeled for a surprise appearance by George Washington)--all of which speak to the common thread of humanity, the desire to be your truest self, and to belong"--

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