9781934750636

The 826 Quarterly, Volume 22

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  • ISBN13:

    9781934750636

  • ISBN10:

    1934750638

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 12/15/2015
  • Publisher: 826 Books

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Summary

This edition of the 826 Quarterly contains fiction, nonfiction, and poetry written by authors ages 6-18. The pieces are selected from all the 826 programs (drop-in tutoring, workshops, in-schools, projects, field trips). Pieces are chosen in a traditional literary journal style by an editorial board comprised of students and volunteer tutors.

This particular issue features a fictional story about catching monsters with baby powder, a poem about a pirate getting his beard trimmed, a personal essay about jumping over a ravine, and investigative journalism about the invention of hoverboards. These pages are filled with imagination, wit, and charm that is sure to captivate readers of all ages.

Author Biography

826 Valencia is based in San Francisco. Emma Peoples has been coordinating educational programs to support youth with their creative and expository writing skills at 826 Valencia since 2014. Dean Rader is a professor of English at the University of San Francisco; he has been widely published in the fields of poetry, American Indian studies, and popular culture.

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