By Margaret Coggins,Jane H Imber,Flora R. Wyatt
Introduce scholars to a few of modern top nonfiction authors and their writing-and advertise nonfiction analyzing to younger newbies! enticing biographical sketches of sixty five present nonfiction authors (some of them award winners) are observed by way of selective, annotated bibliographies for additional studying. additionally, writer images and an writer message to scholars increase the adventure. Biographies define the childhoods of the authors, how they grew to become writers, and the way they pass approximately their paintings. an in depth topic index enables you to plan thematic devices of research and to aid scholars find interpreting fabric that fits their pursuits. A variety of present authors and topics are represented during this worthy work.
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