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We're pleased to welcome Candy Cooper, Marc Aronson, and Jiquanda Johnson to our At Home with Literati series to discuss Poisoned Water: How The Citizens of Flint, Michigan, Fought for Their Lives and Warned The Nation.
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About Poisoned Water: Based on original reporting by a Pulitzer Prize finalist and an industry veteran, the first book for young adults about the Flint water crisis
“Thoroughly sourced and meticulously documented, this stomach-churning, blood-boiling, tear-jerking account synthesizes a city's herculean efforts to access safe, clean water. . . . This compulsively readable, must-buy narrative nonfiction serves as the ultimate antidote to civic complacence.” —School Library Journal, starred review
Candy J. Cooper is a Pulitzer Prize finalist and winner of the Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting. Her work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The New York Times, The Columbia Journalism Review and The Chronicle of Higher Education, among others. She has written five nonfiction series books for the classroom published by Scholastic. She is a native of Ann Arbor, MI and lives in Montclair, New Jersey.
Marc Aronson is the author or editor of a number of nonfiction books for young adult audiences, including most recently Rising Water. He was awarded the very first Robert Sibert medal for excellence in nonfiction and edited the tenth book to win the award. He lives in Maplewood, New Jersey.