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Etan Boritzer Author- What Is? Series

What Is? Series

by Etan Boritzer

WHAT IS FUNNY?

WHAT IS RIGHT?

WHAT IS LOVE?

WHAT IS GOD?

WHAT IS TRUE?

WHAT IS A FAMILY?

WHAT IS BEAUTIFUL?

WHAT IS MONEY?

WHAT IS DEATH?

WHAT IS A FRIEND?

WHAT IS DREAMING?

WHAT IS PEACE

. Diversity . Bullying . Choices . Nonviolence . Financial Literacy . Sensitivity . Self-Esteem

The best selling What is? series of life-concepts books for children (ages 6 to 10) promotes character education and positive social values!

Widely reviewed, these titles offer parents, teachers and child life professionals discussion tools which guide children through the difficult issues they confront at various development stages.

. Sharing . grief & Loss . Responsibility . Tolerance . Fairness . Socializing . Conflict Resolution

Veronica Lane Books

http://www.veronicalanebooks.com

2554 Lincoln Blvd #142
Venice, CA 90291 USA
tel/fax: (800)651-1001

email: etan@veronicalanebooks.com

Etan Boritzer was first published when he was 13 years old and wrote an essay on the assassination of John F. Kenney that was published in a New York City Public Schools anthology tribute. Etan likes to relate this to his young audiences in order to motivate students to start writing early. His books are now published in 12 languages and sold globally wherever English is spoken. Etan lives near the beach in Venice, CA where he continues to write his children’s books.

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Gwen Harvey Author- ESPERANZA MEANS HOPE

ESPERANZA MEANS HOPE

An exciting novel about Tucson’s past

by Gwen Harvy

illustrations by Guy Porfirio

“A charming cuento of familia, culture, love, loss, misunderstanding, and ultimately enlightenment and acceptance- which is long overdue.”- Patricia Preciado Martin Author of BELOVED LAND: AN ORAL HISTORY OF MIXICAN AMERICANS IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA

For middle-grade readers, 9-12 years

Published by the Arizona Historical Society
http://www.arizonahistoricalsociety.org
$17.95

Available at the Arizona History Museum
949 E. 2nd St., Tucson, Az (520) 628-5774

Order on-line at Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com
Wholesalers can order from Ingram or Baker & Taylor

ISBN 978-0-910037-52-5

Workshops and Presentations available for classrooms & organizations

Contact: Emily at the Arizona Historical Society
esg@azhs.gov (520)617-1153

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