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Guys write for guys read

Published by Scholastic in New York .
Written in English.

About the Edition

There's something for every guy in this collection of stories, mini-memoirs, advice, poems, comics and drawings chosen by readers on the Guys Read web site.

Table of Contents

The truth about the world -- Lloyd Alexander
My maturity, in flames -- M.T. Anderson -- Daniel Adel
Stone=throw -- Marc Aronson
Superpatriot -- Avi
The crossing -- T.A. Barron
Reading can be dangerous -- Tedd Arnold
My entire football career -- David Bauer
Only a game -- Edward Bloor
Gondwanaland -- Tony DiTerlizzi
E, A minor, B7 -- Bruce Brooks
My brilliant invention -- William G. Brozo
A real guy -- Michael Cart
My life of crime -- Peter Cherches
Triplets -- Timothy Basil Ering
The legend of Tripod -- Eoin Colfer
"O" foods -- Chris Crutcher
What I'm telling you is the truth -- Terry Davis
The rules -- Esquire
Any questions, class? -- Matt Groening
Guide for guys -- Douglas Florian
Why books are dangerous -- Neil Gaiman -- Brett Helquist
The follower -- Jack Gantos
The red fire engine -- David Macaulay
There must be a mistake -- Morris Gleitzman
Thwacked -- David Granger
My superpowers -- Dan Greenburg
My dad is better than your dad -- Andy Griffiths -- Adam McCauley
Let's go to the videotape -- Dan Gutman
Boys, beer, barf, and bonding -- Bruce Hale
Shooting the breeze -- Dave and Liam McKean
Principals and principles -- Daniel Handler
A great, big, beautiful world -- Will Hobbs
My French teacher tried to kill me -- Anthony Horowitz
Learning how to be a boy -- James Howe
Lightning man -- Jarrett J. Krosoczka
A casualty of war -- Brian Jacques
Wrestling with reading -- Patrick Jones -- Dav Pilkey
from "on writing" -- Stephen King
Pop -- David Klass
Guy things -- Gordon Korman
Role-playing and discovery -- Jerry Pinkey
Busted -- Erik P. Kraft
Copies -- David Lubar
When all bicycles were black -- Vladimir Radunsky
The pellet in the paint can -- Chris Lynch
Unfinished business -- John Marsden -- Sergio Ruzzier
Daydreams -- Walter Dean Myers
Licky Dave -- Garth Nix
Anything can happen -- Kenneth Oppel
No, David! -- David Shannon
Dead body -- Jerry Pallotta
It all began with books -- Christopher Paolini
from "How Angel Peterson got his name" -- Gary Paulsen
The 1928 Packard -- Richard Peck
Lone [star] Ranger -- Daniel Pinkwater -- David Sheldon
A day at the zoo ;
Boys are big experts -- Jack Prelutsky
"Funny you should ask" from The life of Reilly -- Rick Relly -- Peter Si s
The death of a writer -- David Rice
Sweet dreams -- Steve Rushin
Maybe yeah, maybe nah -- Rene Saldan a, Jr.
Bufos -- Graham Salisbury -- Lane Smith -- Brothers / -- Jon Scieszka
GUYfesto--who we are! -- Darren Shan
The day I threw the Trivia Bowl -- Robert Siegel
Bringing up 'saur subjects -- Rick Spears
Roy G. Biv -- Seymour Simon
The hammer and the bullet -- Arthur Slade
The masque of the red death -- William Sleator
Reading and relating -- Michael W. Smith
The dragon in the big glommy castle -- Mark Teague
Bombs, girls -- Jerry Spinelli
Conduct -- Rick Telander
The fire escape -- Ned Vizzini
My first step to the White House -- Chris Van Allsburg
Give a guy a newspaper -- Bill Vlasic
Eat dirt -- Rich Wallace
Training the bear -- Will Weaver
Pals forever: me Bobby Fisher, and the Hardy Boys -- Jeffrey D. Wilhelm
Aw, nuts! -- Mo Willems
"Puzzle pieces" from The lost garden -- Laurence Yep
Heartbeat -- David Yoo
I was young in the old days -- Paul O. Zelinsky.


Library of Congress
PS509.M46 G89 2006

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