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How Newspapers Are Made

How Newspapers Are Made

by Sarah Walters, Eddie Poulton

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School Library Journal - School Library Journal
Gr 4-8-- These new titles follow the same large format as previous entries in the series. Oversized color photographs on the otherwise white covers will entice mechanically minded readers. The individual titles describe the processes used to build, manufacture, or create the various items. Each title is designed with the text in two columns. Unfamiliar terms are printed in boldface and defined in the glossary, but not in the text. Depending upon readers' background knowledge, the texts may be difficult to comprehend without continually consulting the glossaries. One annoying feature is the use of the ``he/she'' construction to avoid sexism. Full-color photographs with detailed captions, diagrams, and graphs profusely illustrate the texts. Limitations notwithstanding, these books will be useful additions to collections in need of current materials about various fields of manufacturing. --Eldon Younce, Harper Elem . School, KS

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