BOOK SALE: Award Winning Garn Books on Education Paperback Books on Sale on Amazon 20% Off

Paperback Books 20% off on Amazon. Books starting at $14.35.

At Garn Press all eyes are on the truly remarkable nonfiction books on eduction we are publishing. 20% off Garn press education books on Amazon (paperback only). And great news for readers of Garn books. All of Garn’s Amazon Kindle eBooks are now available through Amazon’s MatchBook program. When you buy the print version – either paperback or hardcover – of any Garn book from Amazon.com, you can also get the Kindle version for just $2.99.

Garn Press 2017 Winter Book Catalogue

Download the Garn Press 2017 Winter Book Catalogue – PDF.

Garn publishes award-winning nonfiction that explores compelling ideas and arguments based on primary research and investigative reporting ignored by mainstream media. We’re actively supporting writers of conscience who offer original research based perspectives on the most pressing issues of our day including: climate change, inequality, privatization of public education, and many other critical factors jeopardizing social, economic, and environmental sustainability. In addition to books Garn is publishing editorial by many renowned educators, artists, and scientists. We’re also committed to nurturing the imagination and human spirit by publishing great novels. Garn’s award winning novelists share this ideal, and all the fiction books published by Garn – whether mysteries, fantasies, or historical novels — are written not only to entertain, but also to raise serious questions about time, memory and whether what we see – in life as well as in the mirror – is what is really what is occurring. Download the Garn Press 2017 Winter Book Catalogue.

 

A Parent’s Guide to Public Education in the 21st Century: Navigating Education Reform to Get the Best Education for My Child by Russ WalshA Parent’s Guide to Public Education in the 21st Century by Russ Walsh. 20% off on Amazon.

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“When a parent walks their kindergartener through a schoolhouse door for the first time, their heart goes with them. They want to feel secure that they are entrusting their child to a learning environment in which they will thrive. A Parent’s Guide is a must read for any parent who is trying to make the best educational decision for their children.” – Carol Corbett Burris, Executive Director, Network for Public Education

A clear, concise parent’s guide to school in the age of education reform. Russ Walsh sheds some light and cuts through the fog of propaganda and PR. – Peter Greene, Author, Curmudgucation: What Fresh Hell, and Curmudgucation

 

 

007-ken-goodman-whole-languageWhat’s Whole In Whole Language in the 21st Century? by Ken Goodman. 20% off on Amazon.

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“I think the essence of his work is the ethical and the moral dimensions.” – Jerome Harste

“My admiration is for his political acumen. Education does not just take place in classrooms. It is a political situation.” – Frank Smith

“In the American phrase that I’ve learned to love, ‘we need to wise up’. This book helps us do just that.”- Michael Rosen

“I have found that with Ken it is about making learning to read barrier free.” – Brian Cambourne

 

 

The Educator And The Oligarch by Anthony CodyThe Educator And The Oligarch: A Teacher Challenges The Gates Foundation by Anthony Cody. 20% off on Amazon.

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Winner of the 2015 George Orwell Award, given by the NCTE Public Language Awards Committee of the National Council of Teachers of English.

“A powerful and important book by one of the most courageous advocates for sanity and simple justice in our public schools.” – Jonathan Kozol

“This book is a record of Anthony Cody’s valiant struggle to force the nation’s most powerful foundation and richest person to listen to the voice of an experienced teacher.” – Diane Ravitch

 

 

005-paul-thomas-book-coverBeware the Roadbuilders: Literature as Resistance, by P.L. Thomas. 20% off on Amazon.

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“The conscience of American education. He is our North Star.” – Diane Ravitch

“Thomas uses this wonderfully written book to engage readers with these ideas and to further the much-needed conversation concerning education policy.” – Kevin Welner

“The master of the pithy, pointed essay, and this collection should provoke readers to think hard about educational issues that matter.” –Peter Smagorinsky

“P.L. Thomas reveals the intersections among oppression, education, and literature.” – Julie Gorlewski

 

 

009-esther-fine-2Raising Peacemakers, by Esther Sokolov Fine. 20% off on Amazon.

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Raising Peacemakers shows that an authentic approach to managing child-to-child conflicts, learned in kindergarten, stayed with young children as they grew into adolescence and adulthood. It demonstrates by contrary example the profound error of standardized programs-in-a-box for “conflict resolution” and, by implication, much else in education.” –Carole Edelsky

“Esther Fine’s stories let readers learn how “doing peace” made and sustained lasting, positive changes in students’ lives.” – Patrick Willard Shannon

Raising Peacemakers is so much more than a well-designed blueprint for creating an alternative dispute resolution system in public schools. –Amazon

 

 

defense-of-teachers-curt-dudley-marling-garn-pressPreparing the Nation’s Teachers to Teach Reading: A Manifesto in Defense of “Teacher Educators Like Me”, by Curt Dudley-Marling. 20% off on Amazon.

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“This manifesto comes not a moment too soon. Curt Dudley-Marling offers a spirited defense of teacher educators rooted in the reasons they choose to teach. Those in the trenches will greatly appreciate the fresh ammunition he provides.” –Anthony Cody, Author of The Educator and Oligarch

“This book should be required reading for everyone preparing to teach children to read, everyone currently teaching children to read, everyone who knows a child who is being taught to read, and everyone who makes policy about teaching children to read.” –Carole Edelsky, Arizona State University

 

 

002-19-cluesNineteen Clues: Great Transformations Can Be Achieved Through Collective Action, by Denny Taylor. 20% off on Amazon.

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“Denny Taylor shows us that inequality is bad for the planet. She makes connections and offers resources to help us all use Actionable Knowledge for equity and to make Earth a habitable place for our children and their children and theirs. Besides providing root information on the harm, Taylor offers routes we can and must take to safety.” – Amazon Customer, Amazon

“Taylor’s 19 Clues is a brilliantly written eye opener, full of the details we push to the back burner in order to maintain our hectic lives. This powerful work is chock-full of links to important resources and is a must read for anyone concerned about the future of their children.”- Amazon Customer, Amazon

 

 

negotiating-a-permable-curriculum-SMALL-garn-pressNegotiating a Permeable Curriculum: On Literacy, Diversity, and the Interplay of Children’s and Teachers’ Worlds. 20% off on Amazon

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Negotiating a Permeable Curriculum: On Literacy, Diversity, and the Interplay of Children’s and Teacher’s Worldsis part of the Garn Press Women Scholars Series.  Originally printed in 1993 in the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Concept Paper Series, Negotiating a Permeable Curriculum revisits Dyson’s powerful concept of a permeable curriculum, a socially constructed learning space created by teachers and children.

“This was a lively and engaging book. Ann Haas Dyson is an eminent scholar in terms of writing research and the book brings her work to life. There are three main parts to the book; an introduction by Bobbie Kabuto, a paper with the same title of the book by Dyson, and an interview.” – Amazon Review

“An Immensely challenging and timeless read, for all educators ( is that not everyone?)” – Ruth Finnegan, author of Black Inked Pearl

 

Garn Patreon Supported FREE Ebooks! Readers Theater from the Strand Bookstore and Ken Goodman – The 1992-1993 Interviews of Renowned Reading Scholars

 

FREE EBOOK: Garn Press Readers Theater eBook from the 2016 Garn Author Celebration

More than twenty Garn Press Authors traveled from the U.K., Canada, and from across the U.S. to join with readers in the Garn Press Author Celebration of the remarkable books by Garn Press thought leaders, activists, original thinkers and writers of conscience who inspire people to act. Download the free Readers Theater ebook (EPUB or MOBO for Kindle) and watch the FULL Readers Theater event from The Strand Bookstore below. We hope you will join Garn Press in 2017 and celebrate the books by authors who have dedicated their lives to people and society and imagination and the human spirit.

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FREE EBOOK: Ken Goodman – The 1992-1993 Interviews of Renowned Reading Scholars – From What’s Whole in Whole Language in the 21st Century? by Ken Goodman

What’s Whole in Whole Language in the 21st Century? includes a new introduction by Ken Goodman, commentary by Michael Rosen, and excerpts from a series of never published interviews conducted in 1992-1993 by Denny Taylor of renowned reading scholars who knew Ken and Yetta Goodman, and who spoke freely about their lives together as well as their research and teaching.

Included in this FREE Garn Press eBook, the insights of these scholars, who include Frank Smith and Jeanne Chall, are profound. They shift the political discourse of reading research and teaching young children to read. Ousting the propaganda, they shed light on what really happened to progressive educators and whole language teachers at the end of the 20th century.

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