Help Wanted by Anita Silvey
Short Stories about Young People Working

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A powerful and diverse collection of stories demonstrates how young people define and change themselves according to the line of work in which they are involved, and encourages readers of all ages to reflect on the role of work in their lives."
 

About Anita Silvey

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Anita Silvey has spent more than thirty years in the childreAnita Silvey has spent more than thirty years in the children's book field, including several years as the Vice Presidenn's book field, including several years as the Vice President and Publisher of Childrens Books for Houghton Mifflin Compt and Publisher of Childrens Books for Houghton Mifflin Company, and eleven years as editor-in-chief at the Horn Book Maany, and eleven years as editor-in-chief at the Horn Book Magazine, during which time she launched the bi-annual publicagazine, during which time she launched the bi-annual publication of the Horn Book Guide. She is the editor of Children'stion of the Horn Book Guide. She is the editor of Children's Books and Their Creators. Books and Their Creators.
 
Published September 1, 1997 by Little Brown and Company. 176 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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On the heels of Anne Mazer's Working Days: Short Stories About Teenagers at Work, comes a second (unrelated) volume of on-the-job mini-dramas.

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