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In this collection of essays and stories written by fifty-three juniors and seniors at June Jordan School for Equity in San Francisco, young writers explore the role of myth in our world today. Students write pieces of fiction and nonfiction, retelling old myths, creating new ones, celebrating everyday heroes, and recognizing the stories that their families have told over and over. The result is a collection with a powerful message about the traditions and stories that have changed and shaped students' perspectives and the world they know.
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