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Ordinary Resurrections: Children in the Years of Hopeby Jonathan Kozol
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In a stirring departure from "Amazing Grace" and his preceding books, Kozol offers his most personal and optimistic work to date. "Ordinary Resurrections" recounts the lessons he has learned from the struggles and unlikely triumphs of children in one of America's most impoverished neighborhoods.
Kozol recounts the lessons he has learned from the struggles and unlikely triumphs of children in one of America's most impoverished neighborhoods.
About the Author
JONATHAN KOZOL received the National Book Award in Science, Philosophy, and Religion for Death at an Early Age, the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award for Rachel and Her Children, and the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for Amazing Grace. He lives in the village of Byfield, Massachusetts.
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