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Getting Schooled: Lessons From a Semester With the IYWP By Iowa Youth Writing Project
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This collection of lesson plans was created for the Iowa Youth Writing Project by students in Catherine Blauvelt's "Writing with Purpose" service-learning class, offered through the... More > University of Iowa College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Frank N. Magid Undergraduate Writing Center in Spring 2013.< Less
YCC Presents... By Youth Council of Chepstow
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4 new plays by young people commissioned by the Youth Council of Chepstow.
YCC Presents... By Youth Council of Chepstow
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4 new plays by young people commissioned by the Youth Council of Chepstow.
Cherished Recipes 2014 By Reach youth Joy Baptist
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Favorite Recipes of members and friends of Joy Baptist Church, Joy, Texas gathered by members of the REACH youth group. Proceeds of the sale of the cookbook will be used to offset the expenses of... More > attending camp and other activities of the youth members.< Less
2 $ophisticated By 2014 Youth Writing Program
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UNR 2014 Youth Writing Program. Thirty-six students from local high schools in Washoe County and Carson City participated in the program.
Doing the Write Thing 2014 By Oxbow Youth Writing Project
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The Oxbow Youth Writing Project is a nonprofit dedicated to empowering youth to find their voice through creative expression and seeing themselves as writers. During the two-week workshop,... More > participants between the ages of nine and fifteen were exposed to many forms and styles of writing and were then given complete freedom as writers. Participants selected and edited their own work to submit to the anthology. The Oxbow Youth Writing Project is sponsored by the Oxbow Writing Project, the University of Nebraska at Omaha chapter of The National Writing Project.< Less
With Love By 121 Youth Befriending
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This book is an insight into the work of 121 Youth Befriending, a British charity helping young carers and their families. This book - containing the touching stories of young carers - provides a... More > real feel for how being a carer can affect people.< Less
Musical Taste By Peninsula Youth Orchestra
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Celebrating 10 years of Peninsula Youth Orchestra. This book is produced by the Peninsula Youth Orchestra organization members, to raise funds for their 2007 East European Tour to Vienna, Prague,... More > and Budapest. After the tour, proceeds from this book will go to the PYO organization. More than half of the cost of the book will go to supporting the PYO students going on the tour.< Less
The Pen Review: Issue 02 By Youth Literacy Organisation
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This collection contains poems, on various themes, by young Rwandans between the ages of 15 and 30. It's published on World Poetry Day 2016. The Pen Review is a literary journal publishing original... More > short fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction and short reviews in English and, occasionally, in Ikinyarwanda and French. It is published twice every year by Youth Literacy Organisation (YouLI), a youth-led nonprofit NGO whose mission is to advance literacy and learning.< Less
Doing the Write Thing 2015 By Oxbow Youth Writing Project
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The Oxbow Youth Writing Project is dedicated to empowering youth to find their voices through creative expression and seeing themselves as writers. It is a collaborative project between the Oxbow... More > Writing Project (the University of Nebraska at Omaha chapter of the National Writing Project), and The Hope Center for Kids, both of Omaha, Nebraska. During the two-week workshop, participants who were between the ages of five and nine were exposed to many forms and styles of writing. They were then given complete freedom as writers. Participants selected their own work to submit to this anthology and assisted with the editing of their writing. (To preserve the authenticity of each writer’s voice, only spelling corrections were made by the editor.)< Less

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