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Collected Nonfiction

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Colorful, riveting reportage from a one-of-a-kind Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and New York Times–bestselling author. In his career as a legendary New York City newspaper columnist, Jimmy Breslin “leveled the powerful and elevated the powerless for more than fifty years with brick-hard words and a jagged-glass wit” (The New York Times). How the Good Guys Finally Won: Following the burglary of the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Hotel, as evidence increasingly mounted against President Richard Nixon, Thomas “Tip” O’Neill, the Majority Leader in the House of Representatives, led the charge calling for impeachment. In this New York Times bestseller, Breslin’s blow-by-blow, conviction-by-conviction account is a gripping reminder of how O’Neill and his colleagues brought justice to those who abused their power, and revived America after the greatest political scandal in its history. “Breslin’s reporting is superb and so is his prose, his insights keen and often startling, his wit unceasing.” —Chicago Tribune The World According to Breslin: In an illustrious career that spanned decades, the seven years that Breslin spent at the New York Daily News sparked some of his finest work. When New York City tumbled into economic and social chaos at the end of the 1970s, Breslin was there. In this collection of classic columns, he looks at the city not from the top down but from the bottom up, heralding the heroism of average New Yorkers. “Superb . . . a master of the tough-talking, thoroughly researched, contentious, street-wise vignette.” —San Francisco Chronicle The World of Jimmy Breslin: In the 1960s, as the once-proud New York Herald Tribune spiraled into bankruptcy, the brightest light in its pages was an ebullient young columnist named Jimmy Breslin. While ordinary columnists wrote about politics, culture, or the economy, Breslin’s chief topics were the city and himself. He was chummy with cops, arsonists, and thieves, and told their stories with grace, wit, and lightning-quick prose. Whether covering the five boroughs, Vietnam, or the death of John F. Kennedy, Breslin managed to find great characters wherever he went. “Breslin’s touch is absolutely sure.” —The Washington Post Book World
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Collected Nonfiction

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Colorful, riveting reportage from a one-of-a-kind Pulitzer Prizeâwinning journalist and New York Timesâbestselling author. In his career as a legendary New York City newspaper columnist, Jimmy Breslin âleveled the powerful and elevated the powerless for more than fifty years with brick-hard words and a jagged-glass witâ (The New York Times). How the Good Guys Finally Won: Following the burglary of the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Hotel, as evidence increasingly mounted against President Richard Nixon, Thomas âTipâ OâNeill, the Majority Leader in the House of Representatives, led the charge calling for impeachment. In this New York Times bestseller, Breslinâs blow-by-blow, conviction-by-conviction account is a gripping reminder of how OâNeill and his colleagues brought justice to those who abused their power, and revived America after the greatest political scandal in its history. âBreslinâs reporting is superb and so is his prose, his insights keen and often startling, his wit unceasing.â âChicago Tribune The World According to Breslin: In an illustrious career that spanned decades, the seven years that Breslin spent at the New York Daily News sparked some of his finest work. When New York City tumbled into economic and social chaos at the end of the 1970s, Breslin was there. In this collection of classic columns, he looks at the city not from the top down but from the bottom up, heralding the heroism of average New Yorkers. âSuperb . . . a master of the tough-talking, thoroughly researched, contentious, street-wise vignette.â âSan Francisco Chronicle The World of Jimmy Breslin: In the 1960s, as the once-proud New York Herald Tribune spiraled into bankruptcy, the brightest light in its pages was an ebullient young columnist named Jimmy Breslin. While ordinary columnists wrote about politics, culture, or the economy, Breslinâs chief topics were the city and himself. He was chummy with cops, arsonists, and thieves, and told their stories with grace, wit, and lightning-quick prose. Whether covering the five boroughs, Vietnam, or the death of John F. Kennedy, Breslin managed to find great characters wherever he went. âBreslinâs touch is absolutely sure.â âThe Washington Post Book World
Category: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY. ISBN:

Collected Nonfiction

https://www.ebooks.com/cj.asp?IID=209521192&fc=AU&cjsku=209521192...
Colorful, riveting reportage from a one-of-a-kind Pulitzer Prizeâwinning journalist and New York Timesâbestselling author. In his career as a legendary New York City newspaper columnist, Jimmy Breslin âleveled the powerful and elevated the powerless for more than fifty years with brick-hard words and a jagged-glass witâ (The New York Times). How the Good Guys Finally Won: Following the burglary of the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Hotel, as evidence increasingly mounted against President Richard Nixon, Thomas âTipâ OâNeill, the Majority Leader in the House of Representatives, led the charge calling for impeachment. In this New York Times bestseller, Breslinâs blow-by-blow, conviction-by-conviction account is a gripping reminder of how OâNeill and his colleagues brought justice to those who abused their power, and revived America after the greatest political scandal in its history. âBreslinâs reporting is superb and so is his prose, his insights keen and often startling, his wit unceasing.â âChicago Tribune The World According to Breslin: In an illustrious career that spanned decades, the seven years that Breslin spent at the New York Daily News sparked some of his finest work. When New York City tumbled into economic and social chaos at the end of the 1970s, Breslin was there. In this collection of classic columns, he looks at the city not from the top down but from the bottom up, heralding the heroism of average New Yorkers. âSuperb . . . a master of the tough-talking, thoroughly researched, contentious, street-wise vignette.â âSan Francisco Chronicle The World of Jimmy Breslin: In the 1960s, as the once-proud New York Herald Tribune spiraled into bankruptcy, the brightest light in its pages was an ebullient young columnist named Jimmy Breslin. While ordinary columnists wrote about politics, culture, or the economy, Breslinâs chief topics were the city and himself. He was chummy with cops, arsonists, and thieves, and told their stories with grace, wit, and lightning-quick prose. Whether covering the five boroughs, Vietnam, or the death of John F. Kennedy, Breslin managed to find great characters wherever he went. âBreslinâs touch is absolutely sure.â âThe Washington Post Book World
Category: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY. ISBN:

Collected Nonfiction

https://www.ebooks.com/cj.asp?IID=209521192&fc=CA&cjsku=209521192...
Colorful, riveting reportage from a one-of-a-kind Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and New York Times–bestselling author. In his career as a legendary New York City newspaper columnist, Jimmy Breslin “leveled the powerful and elevated the powerless for more than fifty years with brick-hard words and a jagged-glass wit” (The New York Times). How the Good Guys Finally Won: Following the burglary of the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Hotel, as evidence increasingly mounted against President Richard Nixon, Thomas “Tip” O’Neill, the Majority Leader in the House of Representatives, led the charge calling for impeachment. In this New York Times bestseller, Breslin’s blow-by-blow, conviction-by-conviction account is a gripping reminder of how O’Neill and his colleagues brought justice to those who abused their power, and revived America after the greatest political scandal in its history. “Breslin’s reporting is superb and so is his prose, his insights keen and often startling, his wit unceasing.” —Chicago Tribune The World According to Breslin: In an illustrious career that spanned decades, the seven years that Breslin spent at the New York Daily News sparked some of his finest work. When New York City tumbled into economic and social chaos at the end of the 1970s, Breslin was there. In this collection of classic columns, he looks at the city not from the top down but from the bottom up, heralding the heroism of average New Yorkers. “Superb . . . a master of the tough-talking, thoroughly researched, contentious, street-wise vignette.” —San Francisco Chronicle The World of Jimmy Breslin: In the 1960s, as the once-proud New York Herald Tribune spiraled into bankruptcy, the brightest light in its pages was an ebullient young columnist named Jimmy Breslin. While ordinary columnists wrote about politics, culture, or the economy, Breslin’s chief topics were the city and himself. He was chummy with cops, arsonists, and thieves, and told their stories with grace, wit, and lightning-quick prose. Whether covering the five boroughs, Vietnam, or the death of John F. Kennedy, Breslin managed to find great characters wherever he went. “Breslin’s touch is absolutely sure.” —The Washington Post Book World
Category: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY. ISBN:

Shapes of Native Nonfiction

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Just as a basketâs purpose determines its materials, weave, and shape, so too is the purpose of the essay related to its material, weave, and shape. Editors Elissa Washuta and Theresa Warburton ground this anthology of essays by Native writers in the formal art of basket weaving. Using weaving techniques such as coiling and plaiting as organizing themes, the editors have curated an exciting collection of imaginative, world-making lyric essays by twenty-seven contemporary Native writers from tribal nations across Turtle Island into a well-crafted basket. Shapes of Native Nonfiction features a dynamic combination of established and emerging Native writers, including Stephen Graham Jones, Deborah Miranda, Terese Marie Mailhot, Billy-Ray Belcourt, Eden Robinson, and Kim TallBear. Their ambitious, creative, and visionary work with genre and form demonstrate the slippery, shape-changing possibilities of Native stories. Considered together, they offer responses to broader questions of materiality, orality, spatiality, and temporality that continue to animate the study and practice of distinct Native literary traditions in North America.
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Reading Comprehension Nonfiction 1

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Most of us spend a good deal of our lives reading for information. Your students will too. Fifty lessons (two pages per lesson) in each workbook (a one-page article and a one-page follow-up worksheet). No instructor prep time; includes answer keys. Topics Include: Warrior Bees, Female Pirates; Ancient Inventions; Life in the Olden Days, Annie Oakley, and more...
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Reading Comprehension Nonfiction 1

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Most of us spend a good deal of our lives reading for information. Your students will too. Fifty lessons (two pages per lesson) in each workbook (a one-page article and a one-page follow-up worksheet). No instructor prep time; includes answer keys. Topics Include: Warrior Bees, Female Pirates; Ancient Inventions; Life in the Olden Days, Annie Oakley, and more...
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Exploring Nonfiction Literacies

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The book discusses how learners might be guided to interact with texts in a creative but critically engaged and sustainable manner.
Category: LITERARY CRITICISM. ISBN:

Reading Comprehension Nonfiction 2

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Most of us spend a good deal of our lives reading for information. Your students will too. Fifty lessons (two pages per lesson) in each workbook (a one-page article and a one-page follow-up worksheet). No instructor prep time; includes answer keys. Topics Include: The Difficulties of Learning English, Geysers, Prairie Dogs, Stevie Wonder, The History of Gymnastics, Ancient Money, and more...
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Reading Comprehension Nonfiction 2

https://www.ebooks.com/cj.asp?IID=1154802&fc=CA&cjsku=1154802...
Most of us spend a good deal of our lives reading for information. Your students will too. Fifty lessons (two pages per lesson) in each workbook (a one-page article and a one-page follow-up worksheet). No instructor prep time; includes answer keys. Topics Include: The Difficulties of Learning English, Geysers, Prairie Dogs, Stevie Wonder, The History of Gymnastics, Ancient Money, and more...
Category: YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION. ISBN:
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