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The organizer says she has noticed changes in book content, more positive images of black men like Asim's Daddy Goes to Work [ages 4-8, Little, Brown Young Readers, May 2006] and Weatherford's book Jesse Owens: Fastest Man Alive, about the Olympic runner [ages 9-12, Walker Books for Young Readers, January 2007].
With these interactive adventures--where readers are the star of the story, and their choices determine the ending--Montgomery set the standard for adventure books for young readers.
Environmental Disasters is a four volume series from Stargazer Books for young readers grades 4 and up that focuses on the consequences of human actions which have worked to the harm of the environment.
Timothy Goes to School" was written and illustrated by Rosemary Wells and published by Penguin Books for Young Readers.
SOURCE Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Jesse Owens: Fastest Man Alive by Carole Boston Weatherford Illustrated by Eric Velasquez Walker Books for Young Readers January 2007 $16.
Bruchac, who is of Abenaki heritage, has written many books for young readers.
To expand its base of characters, the company has bought the interactive book rights to the Choose Your Own Adventure series from Bantam Doubleday Dell Books for Young Readers.