The Berenstain Bears and the school scandal sheet
by Berenstain, Stan
Frustrated by their lack of artistic freedom on the staff of the school newspaper, Brother Bear and his friends start an underground paper and discover some basic truths about freedom of the press and responsibility
What do authors do?
by Christelow, Eileen
How do two writers make books about their pets, and get them published?
Dear Mr. Henshaw
by Cleary, Beverly.
In his letters to his favorite author, ten-year-old Leigh reveals his problems in coping with his parents´ divorce, being the new boy in school, and generally finding his own place in the world
by Cleary, Beverly.
Maggie resists learning cursive writing in the third grade, until she discovers that knowing how to read and write cursive promises to open up an entirely new world of knowledge for her.
Harriet, the spy
by Fitzhugh, Louise
Eleven-year-old Harriet keeps notes on her classmates and neighbors in a secret notebook, but when some of the students read the notebook, they seek revenge.
The young author's do-it-yourself book : how to write, illustrate, and produce your own book
by Guthrie, Donna
Provides step-by-step instructions on how to write a fiction or nonfiction story, illustrate it, and assemble it as a hand-bound book.
The New York Public Library kid's guide to research
by Heiligman, Deborah.
Provides guidance on how to do research, including how to use libraries and their resources, the Internet, and other sources such as interviews and surveys.
The confe$$ion$ and $ecret$ of Howard J. Fingerhut
by Hershenhorn, Esther
Fourth grade entrepreneur Howard J. Fingerhut competes with his classmates to win the H. Marion Muckley Junior Businessperson of the Year Contest and writes a book about the experience.
How to write super school reports
by James, Elizabeth
Explains how to choose a topic for a report, how to find and organize information, and how to write and revise the final version.
How to write terrific book reports
by James, Elizabeth.
Explains how to write an effective book report, covering such aspects as choosing the book, thinking while reading, writing a first draft, and preparing the final draft, and offers tips for oral presentations.
Dear Mrs. Ryan, you're ruining my life
by Jones, Jennifer B
In an effort to get his mother to stop writing about him in her books, fifth-grader Harvey and his best friend decide to try to make a romantic connection between her and their school principal.
Messages in the mailbox : how to write a letter
by Leedy, Loreen
Discusses the different kinds of letters, the parts of a letter, and who can be a potential correspondent, and provides examples
Totally cool journals, notebooks & diaries
by Pensiero, Janet.
Creative projects for making journals, books, and diaries.
In print! : 40 cool publishing projects for kids
by Rhatigan, Joe
40 great ideas to turn your writing into gifts or other cool projects!
You can write a report
by Roy, Jennifer Rozines
Describes the steps used in writing a report, including choosing a topic, doing research, making an outline, and writing the final draft
It figures! : fun figures of speech
by Terban, Marvin
Introduces and explains common figures of speech such as metaphors, similes, personification, and hyperbole with guidelines for their use and illustrative examples
Hallie's horrible handwriting
by Tripp, Valerie
Hallie likes everything about school except handwriting, but her new teacher and a project with butterflies helps her like that too. Includes tips for parents to help their children with learning.
How to write a great research paper
by Various Authors
Learn how to explore a topic and present your ideas in an organized and interesting way.
Internet power research using the Big6 approach
by Wolinsky, Art
How to find information to finish your assignment