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HARCOURT, INC. Help wanted: stories/by Gary Soto. p. cm. Summary: Ten stories portray some of the struggles and hopes of. young Mexican Americans. 1. Mexican Americans-Juvenile fiction.
Gary Soto's first book for young readers, Baseball in April and Other Stories, won the California Library Association's Beatty Award and was named an ALA Best Book for Young Adults. He has since published many novels, short stories, plays, and poetry collections for adults and young people. He lives in Berkeley, California.
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With real wit and heart, Gary Soto takes readers into the lives of young people in ten funny, heartbreaking tales
With real wit and heart, Gary Soto takes readers into the lives of young people in ten funny, heartbreaking tales. Meet Carolina, who writes to Miss Manners for help not just with etiquette but with bigger messes in her life; Javier, who knows the stories his friend Veronica tells him are lies, but can't find a way to prove it-and many other kids, each caught up in the difficulties of figuring out what it means to be alive.
Uncle Andy had given her a set of used clubs (minus the putter) with the promise to take her to the golf course when she got good. READ BOOK: Help Wanted by Gary Soto online free. You can read book Help Wanted by Gary Soto in our library for absolutely free.
With real wit and heart, Gary Soto takes readers into the lives of young people in ten funny, heartbreaking tales.
Gary Anthony Soto (born April 12, 1952) is an American poet, novelist, and memoirist. Soto was born to Mexican-American parents Manuel (1910–1957) and Angie Soto (1924-). In his youth, he worked in the fields of the San Joaquin Valley. Soto's father died in 1957, when he was five years old. As his family had to struggle to find work, he had little time or encouragement in his studies, hence, he was not a good student.