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Taught high school English and journalism for four years in Marshfield, WI. Navy, —74; became lieutenant senior grade; nominated for Navy Achievement Medal. Modern China, photographs by Carol S. The War of Battle of the Ironclads: Morton Grove, IL Kids with Cerebral Palsy, photographs by Carol S.
Contributor to Scholastic Scope; and to many anthologies edited by Donald R. Brother to the Eagle: Civil War Diaries of Sgt. Carter, a former naval officer and high school English and journalism teacher, has written over a score of books about history and technology for young adults, but he is more often recognized for his award-winning fiction.
Praised especially for his mastery of characterization, Carter writes realistically about the personal problems that young people sometimes face as they mature, including serious issues such as death, alcoholism, and mental illness.
The book elicited positive critical responses. Chelton praised its "superior characterizations. Twichell commented that "it intertwines closely the narrative about farm life with the theme of family relations.
The father is an unpopular biology teacher whose students refer to him behind his back as Toad, and to his son as Wart. A Kirkus Reviews contributor found "dramatic power" in the scenes between the father and son. Both are unhappy and "can offer each other neither communication nor comfort," wrote a Wilson Library Bulletin contributor, who thought that Carter tells his tale with "just the right amount of humor and compassion.
The story is narrated by boyfriend Jerry, a school basketball player, who changes his mind about dumping Sheila in order to devote himself to her throughout her terminal illness.
Considering RoboDad a "fine, sensitive book," Leone McDermott stated in Booklist that Carter is "extraordinarily, almost painfully, perceptive. The first title follows two cousins during their trek through a familial rite-of-passage, a week-long canoe trip.
In Bull Catcher two friends consumed with playing baseball begin to have divergent perspectives: Crescent Moon is a work of historical fiction set in early twentieth-century Wisconsin in the mill town of Eau Claire, at the close of the lumbering era. The changing smalltown environment and issues with racism are explored through the new friendship between two pairs: While a Horn Book reviewer felt that "the characters sometimes speak too portentously about their place in history," School Library Journal contributor Carol A.
For a few hours, the young adult reader can escape into the lives of fictional young people who are also fighting to make some sense of life: From Marconi to the Space Age.
With this success behind him, Carter began writing nonfiction primarily about American history—a subject "more to my taste," he admitted in SAAS.
In the Voice of Youth Advocates, contributor Suzanne Manczuk called the latter "a concise, current, and thoughtful history. I also enjoy research and the process of expanding and reexamining my own knowledge. Working with his wife, photographer Carol Shadis Carter, and sometimes with photographer Dan Young, Carter began creating photo-essays explaining what certain aspects of life are like for children dealing with different medical conditions or disabilities.
The book also includes an appendix that answers common questions and lists resources for asthmatics. Seeing Things My Way highlights the technology and therapy that seven-year-old Amanda uses to help her integrate into the mainstream.
Kids with Cerebral Palsy presents four children, each affected by the disorder to a different degree. As the title of the former suggests, readers follow Dustin as he prepares for the arrival of his sister.It looks like you've lost connection to our server.
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Alden R. Carter (pfmlures.com) is an award-winning author of nine novels, twenty books of nonfiction, and six picture books. His books for young adults include ALA Best Books for Young Adults Bull Catcher and Between a Rock and a Hard Place/5(9). After reading Up Country by Alden R.
Carter, the author makes the reader come back to read more. The book starts off with two cops in Carl’s basement. Carl is /5.
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Alden R. Carter (born April 7, ) is an American writer primarily known for his young adult novels, stories, and non-fiction. His works have won numerous awards including six American Library Association Best Book awards.
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