by Kathryn Hopper
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by Kathryn Hopper
B through Y: The Underdog’s Process of Seizing Opportunity, Control and Respect
Marcus W. Johnson ’02 (M Ed ’10)
Today’s fast-paced world often promotes the quick fix, but this book by Johnson, an education consultant based in Austin, highlights the importance of working through problems with determination and deliberation. This book equips readers with unique and insightful strategies for advancement, showing how those perceived as underdogs can make it work for them.
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Tails on the Hill: Stories about Family & Its Dogs
Carol Thornton ’48
According to the old adage, a dog is man’s best friend. However, in small town west Texas, a dog is also young girl’s best friend. Through the eyes of an adolescent female narrator, this book depicts the happenings of the Hill Gang, an eclectic collection of dogs.
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Hometown, Texas: Young Poets & Artists Celebrate Their Roots
Karla K. Morton
This anthology of poetry and artwork was created not only by Morton, 2010 Texas Poet Laureate, but also by middle school and high school students from small towns across Texas.
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