By Margaret Coggins, Jane H Imber, Flora R. Wyatt
Introduce scholars to a few of cutting-edge top nonfiction authors and their writing-and advertise nonfiction analyzing to younger inexperienced persons! attractive biographical sketches of sixty five present nonfiction authors (some of them award winners) are observed through selective, annotated bibliographies for additional interpreting. furthermore, writer photographs and an writer message to scholars increase the event. Biographies define the childhoods of the authors, how they grew to become writers, and the way they cross approximately their paintings. an in depth topic index lets you plan thematic devices of analysis and to help scholars find analyzing fabric that fits their pursuits. A range of present authors and topics are represented during this important paintings.
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ISBN 0-688-10529-7. All about communication in daily life and its importance. Feelings. Greenwillow, 1984. ISBN 0-688-03831-X. A book for young readers about all types of emotions, including fear, guilt, anger, and sadness. Fossils Tell of Long Ago. HarperCollins, 1990. ISBN 0-690-31379-9; 0-06-445093-7pa. The story of how and when fossils were formed. The King's Day: Louis XIV of France. HarperCollins, 1991. ISBN 0-690-04588-3. The elaborate ceremonies of a full day in the life of France's King Louis XIV.
Morrow, 1996. ISBN 0-688-13727-X. One of her many books about the characteristics and habitats of specific animals. Cats: In from the Wild. Carolrhoda, 1993. ISBN 0-87614-692-2; 0-87614-962-Xpa. A discussion of domestic cats and how their appearance and behavior resemble that of their wild relatives. City of the Gods: Mexico's Ancient City of Teotihuacan. Houghton Mifflin, 1994. ISBN 0-395-66584-1. A visit to the ruins of this 2,000-year-old city and a discussion of the people who inhabited it.
A picture Book of Anne Frank. Holiday House, 1993. ISBN 0-8234-1003-X; 0-8234-1078-1pa. Tells young children the story of Anne Frank and her family. A Picture Book of Jackie Robinson. Holiday House, 1994. ISBN 0-8234-1122-2. A book for primary-age students on the Brooklyn Dodgers' baseball star who was the first African American to break into the all-white major leagues. A Picture Book of Paul Revere. Holiday House, 1995. ISBN 0-8234-1144-3. A beginning biography on the Revolutionary War patriot and his famous ride to Lexington.
Popular nonfiction authors for children: a biographical and thematic guide by Margaret Coggins, Jane H Imber, Flora R. Wyatt