I Felt Like I was from Another Planet: Writing from Personal Experience
Addison-Wesley, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 169 pages
A unique resource containing 15 student-written stories that explain problems of cultural adjustment that each child has faced. This novel approach not only encourages students to welcome cultural diversity but also teaches a specific kind of process writing particularly relevant to the social development of this age group. (Grades 4-8) 176 pp.
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