Lorimer Real Justice

True stories of wrongfully convicted youths who eventually clear their names. These high/low biographies feature compelling storylines, a readable page layout, photos, a glossary and a timeline to appeal to reluctant readers. They are perfect for sparking meaningful discussions on justice, racism, and police tactics in social studies and government classes. Real Justice books are also great for emergent readers in adult literacy programs. A free teacher’s resource guide for the series is available online.

Cover: Real Justice: Fourteen and Sentenced to Death: The Story of Steven Truscott
Cover: Real Justice: Convicted for Being Mi'kmaq: The Story of Donald Marshall Jr.
Cover: Real Justice: Guilty of Being Weird: The Story of Guy Paul Morin
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Real Justice: A Police Mr. Big Sting Goes Wrong: The Story of Kyle Unger
Real Justice: Convicted for Being Mi'kmaq: The Story of Donald Marshall Jr.
Real Justice: Fourteen and Sentenced to Death: The Story of Steven Truscott
Real Justice: Guilty of Being Weird: The Story of Guy Paul Morin
Real Justice: Jailed for Life for Being Black: The Story of Rubin "Hurricane" Carter
Real Justice: Sentenced to Life at Seventeen: The Story of David Milgaard
Real Justice: Young, Innocent and In Prison: The Story of Robert Baltovich
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  • Soon! Spring 2023
  • New! Fall 2022
  • New! Spring 2022

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Lorimer Real Justice

True stories of wrongfully convicted youths who eventually clear their names. These high/low biographies feature compelling storylines, a readable page layout, photos, a glossary and a timeline to appeal to reluctant readers. They are perfect for sparking meaningful discussions on… View →