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Title: Scholastic Explains Writing Homework
Publisher: Scholastic Reference (1998)
Notes: Presents information on a variety of topics related to learning to write, including various kinds of writing, parts of speech, sentence structure and punctuation. Grades 2-3.

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Title: Black Stars of the Civil Rights Movement
Author: Haskins, Jim
Publisher: Wiley (2003)
Call Number: j323.1196 H273b
Notes: Part of a series of biographies of famous and influential African Americans through history. Grades 3-8.

Title: How to Be School Smart: Secrets of Successful Schoolwork
Author: James, Elizabeth, and Carol Barkin
Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books (1988)
Call Number: j371.3028 J232h
Notes: Discusses a variety of simple techniques for developing effective study habits. Grades 3-6.

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Title: Contemporary's Complete GED
Author: Mulcrone, Patricia
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Contemporary (2002)
Call Number: 373.1262 C767cg
Notes: Comprehensive study guide for the High School Equivalency Exam. Grades: High school and up.

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Title: Surviving Homework: Tips From Teens
Author: Nathan, Amy (1996)
Notes: Advice from teens, including illustrations and funny features on how to get through homework. Grades 4-12.

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Title: Cracking the GED
Author: Review, Princeton
Publisher: Villard Books (2005)
Call Number: 373.1262 C841t
Notes: Preparation for the High School Equivalency Exam. Grades: High school and up.

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Title: Homework Improvement
Author: Schneiderman, Roberta , and Stephen Werby
Publisher: GoodYearBooks (1996)
Call Number: j371.3028 Sch58h
Notes: Topics include organization, reading, practice writing and analysis. Grades 3-6.

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Title: How to Write Book Reports
Author: Sova, Dawn B.
Publisher: Thomson/Arco (2002)
Call Number: 808.066 H83t
Notes: The ideal guide for all high school and college English students, this practical, informative handbook provides everything you need to know to write a first-rate book report or college literature paper. Complete with step-by-step instructions for all phases of the process, it offers a success formula that can be used again and again. Grades: High school and college.