Publication Date: September 6, 2022
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Ages 12 And Up, Grades 7 And Up
The perfect book for all student journalists, this young readers adaptation of the New York Times bestselling She Said by Pulitzer Prize winning reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey will inspire a new generation of young journalists.
Soon to be a major motion picture!
Do you want to know how to bring secrets to light?
How journalists can hold the powerful to account?
And how to write stories that can make a difference?
In Chasing the Truth, award-winning journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey share their thoughts from their early days writing their first stories to their time as award-winning investigative journalists, offering tips and advice along the way. Adapted from their New York Times bestselling book She Said, Chasing the Truth not only tells the story of the culture-shifting Harvey Weinstein investigation, but it also shares their best reporting practices with readers. This is the perfect book for aspiring journalists or anyone devoted to uncovering the truth.
Praise for Chasing the Truth:
* "[F]ast-paced and gripping...eye-opening revelations will inspire and leave an indelible mark on readers. A timely, critical read about the ways power and privilege work in our society." --Kirkus
"Soon to become a movie, this real-life account is gripping, and, thanks to its extremely satisfying conclusion, should inspire future feminists and investigative reporters alike." --Booklist
Praise for the New York Times bestseller She Said:
“Exhilarating…Kantor and Twohey have crafted their news dispatches into a seamless and suspenseful account of their reportorial journey.”
— Susan Faludi, The New York Times
“An instant classic of investigative journalism...‘All the President’s Men’ for the Me Too era.”
— Carlos Lozada, The Washington Post
“A vibrant, cinematic read.”
—Jill Filipovic, CNN
—Annalisa Quinn, NPR
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