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Gary Paulsen

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Shelf Life : Stories by the Book
by Gary Paulsen (Editor), Robert Wedgeworth

Newbery Honor author Gary Paulsen has long been an ardent supporter of books, reading, and literacy programs. To further the cause of ProLiteracy Worldwide, he asked prominent authors to write an original story; the only restriction was that each story was to include mention of a book. The result is this collection, Shelf Life: Stories by the Book. From Jennifer L. Holm's story of a girl on Mars trying desperately to return to Earth to Gregory Maguire's domestic intrigue; from Kathleen Karr's story of a thief in turn-of-the-century Chicago to M. T. Anderson's mysterious shipboard adventure; from A. LaFaye's tale of magical wonderment to Marion Dane Bauer's story of doing good, this volume provides a full range of reading for every taste. Other authors featured here are Joan Bauer, Ellen Conford, Margaret Peterson Haddix, and Ellen Wittlinger.

Sales of this book benefit ProLiteracy Worldwide, an international network with more than 1,400 programs in the United States and 79 partner programs abroad, whose mission is to change lives through literacy.

 

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GARY PAULSEN is the distinguished author of many critically acclaimed books for young people, including three Newbery Honor books: The Winter Room, Hatchet, and Dogsong. His most recent titles are Caught by the Sea, How Angel Peterson Got His Name and Other Outrageous Tales about Extreme Sports, and The Glass Cafť. The author lives in New Mexico and on the Pacific Ocean

 

Other books by Paulsen:

Alidaís Song. Delacorte, 1999.
The Boy Who Owned the School. Orchard, 1990.

Brianís Hunt. Wendy Lamb Books, 2003
Brianís Return. Delacorte, 1999.
Brianís Winter. Delacorte, 1996.
Call Me Francis Tucket.: Delacorte, 1995.
Canoe Days. Illustrated by Ruth Wright Paulsen. Delacorte, 1998.
Canyons. Delacorte, 1990.

The River. Yearling Books, 1993
The Car. Harcourt Brace, 1994.
A Christmas Sonata. Delacorte, 1992.
Clabbered Dirt, Sweet Grass Harcourt Brace, 1992. (Adult)
The Cookcamp.: Orchard, 1991.
The Crossing.: Orchard, 1987.
Culpepper Adventure Series. Dell. (Thirty books in this series.)
Dancing Carl.: Bradbury, 1983.
Dogsong. Bradbury, 1985.
Dogteam. Illustrated by Ruth Wright Paulsen. Delacorte, 1993.
Dunc and Amos Go to the Dogs. Bantam, 1996.
Eastern Sun, Winter Moon. Harcourt Brace, 1993. (Adult)
Father Water, Mother Woods. Delacorte, 1994.
The Foxman.: Penguin, 1990.
Full of Hot Air. Delacorte, 1993.
Harris and Me. Delacorte, 1993.
Hatchet. Bradbury, 1987.
The Haymeadow. Delacorte, 1992.
The Island. Orchard, 1988.
The Madonna Stories. Harcourt Brace, 1993. (Adult)
The Monument. Delacorte, 1991.
Mr. Tucket. Delacorte, 1994.
My Life in Dog Years. Delacorte, 1998.
The Night the White Deer Died Delacorte, 1990.
Night john. Delacorte, 1993.
Pilgrimage on a Steel Ride. Harcourt Brace, 1997.
Popcorn Days, Buttermilk Nights. Dutton, 1983.
Puppies, Dogs, and Blue Northers. Harcourt Brace, 1996.
The Rifle. Harcourt Brace, 1995.
The River Delacorte, 1991.
Sarny: A Life Remembered. Delacorte, 1997.
The Schernoff Discoveries. Delacorte, 1997.
Soldierís Heart. Delacorte, 1998.
The Tent. Harcourt Brace, 1995.
Tiltawhirl John. Penguin, 1990.
The Tortilla Factory. Illustrated by Ruth Paulsen Wright. Harcourt, 1995.
Tracker. Bradbury, 1984.
The Transall Saga. Delacorte, 1998.
Tucketís Ride Delacorte, 1997.
The Voyage of the Frog. Orchard, 1989.
White Fox Chronicles. Delacorte, 1999.
The Winter Room. Orchard, 1989.
Winterdance: The Fine Madness of Running the Iditarod. Harcourt, 1994. (Adult)
Woodsong. : Bradbury, 1990.
Worksong. Illustrated by Ruth Wright Paulsen. Harcourt, 1997.
World of Adventure Series. : Dell. (18 books)

 

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