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From bestselling author David Nasaw, a sweeping new history of the one million refugees left behind in Germany after WWII
At the front of a middle school classroom in Oklahoma, a boy named Khosrou (whom everyone calls "Daniel") stands, trying to tell a story. His story. But no one believes a word he says. To them he is a dark-skinned, hairy-armed boy with a big butt whose lunch smells funny; who makes things up and talks about poop too much.
An intriguing and accessible nonfiction graphic novel about the role wealth and influence play in American democracy.
A Barnes & Noble 2020 Book of the Year Finalist
A Kirkus Prize Finalist for Nonfiction
An Indie Next Pick, September 2019
A Publishers Weekly "Big Indie Book of Fall 2020"
A BuzzFeed Best Book of Fall 2020
A Literary Hub "Most Anticipated Book of 2020
An Esquire Best Book of Fall 2020