Walter Dean Myers was an American writer of children's books best known for
young adult ... His 1988 novel Fallen Angels is one of the books most frequently
challenged in ... Myers wrote well in...
I wrote well in high school and an English teacher (bless her!) ... I ended up
dropping out of high school (although now Stuyvesant High claims me as a
graduate) and ... which resulted in the publication of his first book, Where Does
the Day Go? ... and is one of the most prolific writers, with more than 110 books to
Walter Dean Myers is a pioneer of young adult fiction. His novels about .... He
dropped out of Stuyvesant High School, and, on his seventeenth birthday in 1954
, he enlisted in the Army. He served three ... His winning entry became a picture
book, Where Does the Day Go? Its simple .... I have just completed reading Bad
Walter Dean Myers is the beloved author of such children's and young adult ... on
Interracial Books for Children became his first book, Where Does the Day Go?
View All · Arts .... Born in West Virginia in 1937, Walter Dean Myers spent most of
his boyhood in Harlem. ... New York's most prestigious public schools --
Amsterdam High School -- where he encountered a teacher who ... Myers is the
first winner of the Michael L. Printz award for his acclaimed book Monster, and
has been a ...
In his autobiographical novel for young people, Bad Boy, Walter Dean Myers
wrote of a ... He dropped out of high school and did a stint in the Army. ... Looking
for the Easy Life is a picture book fable of five monkeys who learn that "easy ... for
It Ain't All for Nothin', 1979, for The Young Landlords, 1981, for Legend of ...
Walter Dean Myers (born Walter Milton Myers; August 12, 1937 – July 1, 2014) ...
His 1988 novel Fallen Angels is one of the books most frequently challenged in ...
and part-Native American woman who taught English at the local high school. ...
a contest winner: Where Does the Day Go?, written by Myers and illustrated by ...
Jul 9, 2014 ... Famed author, Walter Dean Myers, was known for the storied tales of life in the ...
Although Myers attended the prestigious Stuyvesant High School in New ... In
1968, his first published book, Where Does the Day Go?, won a Council ... a
literary honor presented to an author or illustrator who is a U.S. citizen ...
Born in Marinsburg, West Virginia in 1937, Walter Dean Myers was one of the ...
As a child, Myers went to school in his neighborhood and attended bible school
... got divorced, got married again–and during all of this, kept writing, whether his
... But Walter Dean Myers' life is not the story of a tormented, embittered artist.
Abstract: Born in 1937, Walter Dean Myers was widely recognized as one of the
foremost ... Myers dropped out of high school in 1954 at age seventeen and
served in the army until his ... he submitted a children's picture book entitled
Where Does the Day Go? ... By 1977, he had left Bobbs-Merrill and was writing