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Title: Open Minds Title Record # 2225232
Editor: Casia Schreyer
Date: 2017-05-24
Language: English
Synopsis: In this anthology 6 authors take you on an exploration of tolerance, acceptance, fear, and rejection. In "The Guardian" we are presented with the difficult questions: are we doing enough to protect the people we care about? Would doing "more" really help, or would it only add to the world's problems? "Not So Loud" takes us on a futuristic exploration of fear and insecurities showing us just how quickly our fears can overwhelm. The shoe is on the other foot in the mind-bending story "We Were X Men". What would happen if our current gender issues were turned on their head? Some problems never seem to change, or at least that's the case in "Skate". Sometimes, however, the solutions seem strange. "Mixed Up" explores a very real possibility what happens when the intolerant become too bold? Saying good-bye to your sister, hello to a brother you didn't know existed, and then facing the end of the world? The Ganzton siblings are in for a rough week in "Winter's Well".
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Title Date Author/Editor Publisher/Pub. Series ISBN/Catalog ID Price Pages Format Type Cover Artist Verif
Open Minds 2017-05-24 ed. Casia Schreyer Schreyer Ink Publishing 978-1-988853-00-0
$10.00?$: US dollar
tp?Trade paperback. Any softcover book which is at least 7.25" (or 19 cm) tall, or at least 4.5" (11.5 cm) wide/deep.
Open Minds 2017-06-01 ed. Casia Schreyer Schreyer Ink Publishing 978-1-988853-01-7
$3.99?$: US dollar
ebook?Used for all electronic formats, including but not limited to EPUB, eReader, HTML, iBook, Mobipocket, and PDF.
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