Designed to help teachers, students, and parents identify engaging and insightful books for young adults, this book presents annotations of over 1, 400 books published between 1994 and 1996. The book begins with a foreword by young adult author, Chris Crutcher, a former reluctant high school reader, that discusses what books have meant to him. Annotations in the book are grouped by subject into 40 thematic chapters, including qAdventure and Survivalq; qAnimals and Petsq; qClassicsq; qDeath and Dyingq; qFantasyq; qHorrorq; qHuman Rightsq; qPoetry and Dramaq; qRomanceq; qScience Fictionq; qWarq; and qWesterns and the Old West.q Annotations in the book provide full bibliographic information, a concise summary, notations identifying world literature, multicultural, and easy reading title, and notations about any awards the book has won. Appendixes present lists of award-winning works of poetry, fiction drama, and nonfiction for the years 1994 through 1997; a list of approximately 500 multicultural titles; a 94-item list of world literature titles and directions on how to order. Author, subject, and title indexes are attached.(RS)Richardsa#39; Bicycle Repair Manual. ... Did you ever think to use a twig as a temporary repair remedy for a broken chain? This is ... This text provides a chronological history of Harley-Davidsona#39;s widely known Electra Glide model, covering engineanbsp;...
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|Author||:||Lois T. Stover, Stephanie F. Zenker|