Books

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Thomas, P. L., Porfilio, B.J., Gorlewski, J., & Carr, P.R. (2014). Social context reform: A pedagogy of equity and opportunity. New York, NY: Routledge.
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Henderson, A. S., & Thomas, P. L. (eds.). (2014). James Baldwin: Challenging authors. Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
Thomas, P. L. (ed.). (2013). Science fiction and speculative fiction: Challenging genres. Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
De-Testing and De-Grading Schools
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IgnoringPoverty2012
—–. (2012). Ignoring poverty in the U. S.: The corporate takeover of public education. Charlotte NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
ComicsGN2010
—–. (2010). Challenging genres: Comic books and graphic novels. Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
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—–. (2010). Parental choice?: A critical reconsideration of choice and the debate about choice. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
 
Co-authored with Schmidt, R. (2009). 21st century literacy: If we are scripted, are we literate? Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.
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—–. (2008). Reading, learning, teaching Ralph Ellison. New York: Peter Lang USA.
MargaretAtwood2007
 
—–. (2007). Reading, learning, teaching Margaret Atwood. New York: Peter Lang USA.
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Co-authored with Kincheloe, J. L. (2006). Reading, writing, and thinking: The Postformal basics. Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
KurtVonnegut2006
—–. (2006). Reading, learning, teaching Kurt Vonnegut. New York: Peter Lang USA.
BarbaraKingsolver2005
—–. (2005). Reading, learning, teaching Barbara Kingsolver. New York: Peter Lang USA.
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—–. (2005). Teaching writing primer. New York: Peter Lang USA.
NumbersGames2004 
—–. (2004). Numbers games—Measuring and mandating American education. New York: Peter Lang USA.
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—–. (2001). Vivid language: Writer as reader, reader as writer. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, Inc.
LouLaBrant2001 
—–. (2001). Lou LaBrant: A woman’s life, a teacher’s life. Huntington, NY: Nova Science publishers, Inc.

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