Books for You: An Annotated Booklist for Senior High : Covering Books Published from 1994-96

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Lois T. Stover, Stephanie F. Zenker
The Council, 1997 - Adolescent literature - 451 pages
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An annotated bibliography of fiction and nonfiction books of interest to high school students. Includes author, title, and subject indexes.

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Contents

Adventure and Survival
1
Airplanes Cars Motorcycles and Racing
10
Animals and Pets
16
Art Architecture Music Dance Photography
23
Autobiography Biography and Collective Biography
40
Choices and Transitions
73
Classics
87
College Education and Careers
95
Poetry and Drama
257
Political Science and the Law
267
Recreation Travel and Leisure Time Activities
274
Reference
281
Religion Cults and Inspiration
294
Romance
301
School
309
Science and the Environment
315

Computers and Related Technology
99
Dating and Sexual Awareness
102
Death and Dying
106
Diaries Essays Journals Letters and Oral Histories
113
Drugs Alcohol and Other Health Issues
125
Family Relationships
129
Fantasy
152
Friendships
170
Historical Fiction
177
History Geography Archeology and Anthropology
191
Holocaust
206
Horror
212
Human Rights
226
Humor and Satire
232
Language and Languages
236
Mysteries Spies and Crime
239
Myths Legends and Folklore
249
Science Fiction
324
SelfHelp
337
Short Stories
342
Sports and Sports Figures
354
Television Movies and Entertainment
366
War
369
Westerns and the Old West
375
AwardWinning Books
379
Multicultural Titles
389
World Literature Titles
401
How to Order Books
404
Author Index
408
Subject Index
417
Title Index
428
Editors
449
Committee on the Senior High School Booklist
450
Copyright

About the author (1997)

Lois Thomas Stover is the chair of the educational studies department at St. Mary's College of Maryland, where she supervises student teachers and teaches courses in pedagogy, educational psychology, literacy, and foundations of education. A former middle school teacher of English and drama, she edited the English Journal's Young Adult Literature column for two years.

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