Books by Steven Barboza

AMERICAN JIHAD by Steven Barboza
Released: Jan. 18, 1994

"With its very clear reverence to Allah, this may not be an unbiased account of Islam; still, it's a good place to start in trying to understand the world's fastest growing religion."
American Muslims run the gamut from fanatical minister Louis Farrakhan to Mother Theresa-like AIDS activist Tarajee Abdurj-Rahim in this provocative study by New York Times journalist and practicing Muslim Steven Barboza. Read full book review >
Released: June 1, 1992

"An inspiring look at what can be done in big city schools. (Nonfiction. 7-12)"
Dance star d'Amboise's accomplishment is impressive: forced (by injuries) to retire after 32 years with the New York City Ballet, he founded NDI, which engages hundreds of children (35 in each of 30 schools) in yearlong training for a dance extravaganza. Read full book review >