Working Days by Anne Mazer
Short Stories about Teenagers at Work

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Fifteen stories relate the experiences of teenagers working for many different reasons in a variety of jobs.

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Born in 1953 New York, Anne Mazer had writing in her blood. Born to novelists, Harry Mazer and Norma Fox Mazer, Anne knew about the basics of writing from the time she was born. Due to this atmosphere, Mazer began reading at an early age and knew the trials and frustrations of being a writer. Instead of following in the family business, she went to college and concentrated on art as well as French, moving around to several colleges and living in New York, Boston and France. After the birth of her first child, Mazer began writing picture books and found her craft. She has since written over 35 books for children ranging from picture books to novels for young adults. She currently resides in Ithica, NY.
Published July 1, 1997 by Persea Books. 224 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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Graham Salisbury's ``Forty Bucks'' is a darkly humorous story of two Hawaiian boys who work the graveyard shift at a Taco Bell, while the protagonist in David Rice's ``The Crash Room'' works in a hospital emergency room, where he is becoming inured of the endless suffering he encounters.

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