Weed. Pot. Mary Jane. Grass.
No matter what you call marijuana, it's still dope.
Bursting with mind-blowing marijuana facts, this all-inclusive look at cannabis offers hundreds of reasons to celebrate your favorite herb. Each page highlights weed's best features with unbelievable stories and trivia, cool ways to inhale, and quotations from legendary stoners. With details on everything from infusing alcohol with THC to get a better high to the history behind the world's oldest weed stash, this book keeps you entertained long after your buzz wears off.
Dope: Because getting high doesn't mean you can't learn something awesome.
“Shira’s work offers us a reflection of democratic practice in the classroom through the teaching of critical reading, persuasive writing, and deliberation. In Teaching Civic Literacy Projects,Shira invites us all to contemplate the depth of the democratic project and the possibility that schools can help uphold our democratic ideals.”
—From the Foreword by Celia Oyler, professor, Teachers College, Columbia University.
“This book is a gem! Shira Epstein has provided invaluable assistance for teachers interested in engaging their students in the political and civic spheres in ways that build crucial literacy skills. The combination of a powerful framework and rich and detailed case studies provides readers with a clear vision and helpful, specific guidance for creating robust civic learning experiences for young people.”
—Diana Hess, senior vice-president, Spencer Foundation and professor, University of Wisconsin–Madison
“Excellent civic education means encouraging young people to identify and define problems and take action. That is challenging in our era of political polarization and narrow definitions of education. Shira Eve Epstein provides the best practical guide for teachers who want their students to confront social problems.”
—Peter Levine, Lincoln Filene Professor of Citizenship & Public Affairs, Tufts University