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Walter dean myers : a STUDENT COMPANION

[Walter Dean Myers, acclaimed author of African American books for children and young adults, published his first book, "Where Does the Day Go?" in 1969. He is most widely known for his coming-of-age novels including the Newbery Honor books Scorpions (1989) and Somewhere in the Darkness (1993). A prolific author of both fiction and nonfiction, novels and historical works examined here include Fallen Angels, The Glory Field, Monster, and Shooters. Myers has written over 70 books, the most recent also illustrated by his son Christopher. He volunteers at local schools to encourage students in their reading and writing.].

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  • "[Walter Dean Myers, acclaimed author of African American books for children and young adults, published his first book, "Where Does the Day Go?" in 1969. He is most widely known for his coming-of-age novels including the Newbery Honor books Scorpions (1989) and Somewhere in the Darkness (1993). A prolific author of both fiction and nonfiction, novels and historical works examined here include Fallen Angels, The Glory Field, Monster, and Shooters. Myers has written over 70 books, the most recent also illustrated by his son Christopher. He volunteers at local schools to encourage students in their reading and writing.]."@en
  • "Explores the work of Walter Dean Myers, acclaimed author of African American books for children and young adults. Novels and historical works examined here include Fallen Angels, The Glory Field, Monster, and Shooters."@en
  • "A profile of the children's author also provides critical analyses of the plots, settings, imagery, syntax, characters, and themes appearing in his works."

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  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"@en
  • "Electronic books"@en

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  • "Walter dean myers : a STUDENT COMPANION"@en
  • "Walter Dean Myers"
  • "Walter Dean Myers"@en