A Walk in My World by Anne Mazer
International Short Stories About Youth

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16 stories from around the world "high in literary merit and accessible to teens" (Publisher Weekly, starred review), including 3 Nobel Prize- winners: Bll, Kawabata, Mahfouz, Aidoo, O'Connor, Desai, Rasputin, Kincaid, Calvino, Skrmeta, et. al.
 

About Anne Mazer

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Anne Mazer is the author of several widely acclaimed books, including the novels Moose Street and The Oxboy, and a picture book, The Salamander Room, winner of the Keystone to Reading Book Award and a Reading Rainbow Feature Selection. Anthologies from edited by Mazer include: America Street, Going Where I'm Coming From, A Walk in My World, and Working Days. Mazur lives in Ithaca, New York. Anne Mazer is the author of several widely acclaimed books, including the novels Moose Street and The Oxboy, and a picture book, The Salamander Room, winner of the Keystone to Reading Book Award and a Reading Rainbow Feature Selection. Anthologies from edited by Mazer include: America Street, Going Where I'm Coming From, A Walk in My World, and Working Days. Mazur lives in Ithaca, New York.
 
Published November 1, 1998 by Persea Books. 240 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Children's Books. Fiction

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In a starred review of this anthology of 16 modern stories, which include the works of three Nobel Prize winners, PW wrote that ""Mazer invites readers to examine pearls of wisdom collected from five continents, and they will likely want to embark on future expeditions with the writers they disco...

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