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WRITING RADAR: CREATING THE WRITER'S JOURNAL
WRITING RADAR: Using Your Journal to Snoop Out and Craft Great Stories by Jack Gantos "If you read good books, you can write great books!"
This program is about setting up THE WRITER'S JOURNAL-- perhaps the most important tool a young writer has in helping them focus in on how to find good story material from their life experiences and how to turn that material into well organized, meaningful literature. Thank you, Jack
About the Author
Jack Gantos is the Newbery/Newbery Honor/Scott O’Dell/National Book Award author of over fifty-five books for young readers from the “Rotten Ralph” picture books, collections of upper elementary/middle-school “Jack Henry” short stories, and award-winning “Joey Pigza” and “Norvelt” novels, as well as young adult books including “Hole in my Life”—a Printz and Sibert award-winning memoir.Visit profile and see all programs