Gr 6-10-These timely titles are well organized and approachable. Drug Trade looks at global drug production and trafficking, types of illegal drugs, who uses them, and possible solutions. The book includes information about drug crops and the economic implications that make it difficult for governments around the world to control their sale and abuse. Religious Movements offers a worldwide look at splinter groups, nonreligious belief systems such as cults, and other movements such as those based on Eastern spirituality. Discussions of Hare Krishnas, Mormons, Scientologists, "Moonies," and Zen Buddhists are included. Terrorism offers a broad overview of a word first used in 1795, in conjunction with the French Revolution. Attention is given to a number of groups, including the Irish Republican Army (IRA), Hamas, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), the Tamil Tigers (LTTE), Basque separatists (ETA), and al Qaeda. The roots of terrorism and modern methods, including chemical and biological weapons, are also explored. In all three books, color photographs are plentiful and color-keyed boxes include opposing viewpoints, facts, and topics to debate.-Vicki Reutter, Cazenovia High School, NY Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.