It Happened to Nancy

By an Anonymous Teenager, A True Story from Her Diary

Author: Beatrice Sparks

Publisher: Zondervan


Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 304

View: 557

The editor of the classic GO ASK ALICE has compiled the poignant journals of a 14-year-old date-rape victim who contracted AIDS and died.

It Happened to Nancy

Author: Anonymous

Publisher: Perfection Learning


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 285

View: 608

The actual journals of a 14-year-old date-rape victim who contracted AIDS and died. Compiled by the editor of the timeless classic, Go Ask Alice.

New York Magazine





Page: 132

View: 475

New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Teen Pregnancy

Author: Patrice Cassedy



Category: Pregnancy.

Page: 112

View: 157

Discusses the social causes of teen pregnancy, problems faced by pregnant teens and the alternatives available to them, the impact of parenthood on teens of both sexes, and approaches to the problem.

There's Room for Me Here

Literacy Workshop in the Middle School

Author: Janet Allen



Category: Language arts (Middle school)

Page: 245

View: 579

There's Room for Me Here includes record-keeping forms, extensive bibliographies of literature for shared and independent reading, professional materials and resource information, and samples of strategy lessons all embedded in this engaging story of a teacher's first three years building a literacy workshop in her classroom. Kyle's students are middle school learners who struggle with literacy. The strategies, content-area connections, and management ideas, however, are applicable and appropriate for use by any 3-12 teacher. -- from back cover.

The Trial of Nancy Gage

A Play in Three Acts

Author: John McGreevey



Category: American drama

Page: 70

View: 973

Art of Dress

Author: Jane Ashelford

Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated


Category: Design

Page: 320

View: 135

Covers four centuries of British clothing and dress history

Seven Steps on the Writer's Path

The Journey from Frustration to Fulfillment

Author: Lynn Lott



Category: Reference

Page: 241

View: 750

In an inspirational handbook, two successful authors outline an easy-to-follow path to creative success, following the seven stages in the writing path--Unhappiness, Wanting, Commitment, Wavering, Letting Go, Immersion, and Fulfillment.


A Drama in Three Acts

Author: Cyril Hume



Category: American drama

Page: 74

View: 197





Category: African American periodicals


View: 856

Love Blocks

Breaking the Patterns That Undermine Relationships

Author: Mary Ellen Donovan

Publisher: Penguin Group USA


Category: Psychology

Page: 432

View: 442

From the author of Women and Self-Esteem comes this supportive, practical guide to overcoming the inner obstacles that block intimacy. Love blocks, ingrained psychological patterns, prevent people from seeing themselves as worthy of love. Love Blocks identifies 15 of these patterns, and explains how to overcome them in order to find fulfillment in intimate relationships.