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Zach Hunter: Modern-Day Abolitionist

by Q.L. Pearce

Publisher: Cengage Gale
Pages: 48
Library Binding
ISBN: 9780737740530






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Overview of Zach Hunter: Modern-Day Abolitionist

Heroes come in many sizes. In the Young Heroes biography series, KidHaven Press examines the lives of remarkable and heroic young people. Some have shown great personal courage in the face of difficult circumstances. Others have acted selflessly in an effort to improve other people's lives. Each book presents a truly inspirational story that will appeal both to student researchers and casual readers. Full-color photographs, a bibliography, and index appear in every volume along with ideas for how young people can get involved in the causes that interest them.

Synopsis of Zach Hunter: Modern-Day Abolitionist

Heroes come in many sizes. In the Young Heroes biography series, KidHaven Press examines the lives of remarkable and heroic young people. Some have shown great personal courage in the face of difficult circumstances. Others have acted selflessly in an effort to improve other people's lives. Each book presents a truly inspirational story that will appeal both to student researchers and casual readers. Full-color photographs, a bibliography, and index appear in every volume along with ideas for how young people can get involved in the causes that interest them.

VOYA

This "Young Heroes" series introduces readers to young people who have made a difference in the lives of others or have overcome difficult circumstances in their own lives. The books are well indexed, with glossaries (words found in the glossary are highlighted throughout the book), notes, and recommendations for further reading. Books are divided into sections, the first introducing the reader to the subject through biographical details, then to the philanthropic cause of the individual with background information. The third section explores the individual's charitable organization and how it has impacted the life of the founder and the lives of others, and finally, the reader is shown the positive outcomes of the subject's efforts, and how the reader can become involved in the initiatives begun by these young people. Color photos can be seen throughout. The Zach Hunter volume focuses on a global effort started by this teenager. Hannah Taylor details Hannah's volunteer efforts at a more local level—providing aid to homeless Canadians in her city and country. Pearce writes in a journalistic style that is easy to read. The information is presented purposefully and accessibly. These titles might be best marketed as recreational nonfiction reads that will inspire young activists, as the demand for resources on these subjects may not be great for biography and research assignments. Reviewer: Molly Krichton

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VOYA - Molly Krichton

This "Young Heroes" series introduces readers to young people who have made a difference in the lives of others or have overcome difficult circumstances in their own lives. The books are well indexed, with glossaries (words found in the glossary are highlighted throughout the book), notes, and recommendations for further reading. Books are divided into sections, the first introducing the reader to the subject through biographical details, then to the philanthropic cause of the individual with background information. The third section explores the individual's charitable organization and how it has impacted the life of the founder and the lives of others, and finally, the reader is shown the positive outcomes of the subject's efforts, and how the reader can become involved in the initiatives begun by these young people. Color photos can be seen throughout. The Zach Hunter volume focuses on a global effort started by this teenager. Hannah Taylor details Hannah's volunteer efforts at a more local level—providing aid to homeless Canadians in her city and country. Pearce writes in a journalistic style that is easy to read. The information is presented purposefully and accessibly. These titles might be best marketed as recreational nonfiction reads that will inspire young activists, as the demand for resources on these subjects may not be great for biography and research assignments. Reviewer: Molly Krichton

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