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    Zack Delacruz is Jeff Anderson's debut school novel. A former teacher, Jeff travels to schools across the USA, working with teachers and students to discover joy and power in the writing process.
    1st December 1999

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    11th October 2016

    Just My Luck (Zack Delacruz, Book 2)

    Zack Delacruz is back - and eager to meet Abhi, the new girl at school. But things get off to a rough start when he acci... More

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    5th July 2016

    Zack Delacruz: Me and My Big Mouth (Zack Delacruz, Book 1)

    Zack Delacruz is unnoticed at his middle school - and that's just the way he likes it. But a school assembly, a typhoon ... More

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    2nd October 2018

    Upstaged (Zack Delacruz, Book 3)

    Zack is back--and taking on the school play! Bah humbug! Zack Delacruz wants to win the role of Scrooge in Davy C... More

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    18th June 2021

    The Lion Graphic Bible: The whole story from Genesis to Revelation

    A highly original interpretation of the Bible that is an ideal tool for reaching and engaging young people with the ... More

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    26th March 2021

    Patterns of Power, Grades 6-8: Inviting Adolescent Writers into the Conventions of Language

    Is this right? Is this how it's supposed to look? Adolescent writers often ask these kinds of questions because traditio... More

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    24th December 2021

    Patterns of Wonder: Inviting Emergent Writers to Play with the Conventions of Language

    Based on the popular Patterns of Power invitational approach to grammar instruction, Patterns of Wonder sets t... More

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    25th July 2022

    Patterns of Power: Teaching Grammar Through Reading and Writing, Grades 9-12

    Traditional grammar instruction often focuses too much on what's right or what's wrong, hiding the true power of convent... More

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