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McGuffey Eclectic Readers
- readers that combined lessons in reading with moralistic messages
- Like the Tsunami imprint before it, it aimed to attract young readers.
- Skurzynski is the author of more than sixty books written for young readers.
- Her books, read both by adults and young readers, break up generational barriers.
- Some of these are self-explanatory while others may be unfamiliar to many readers.
- The explicit sexual imagery which he uses in some of his poems has shocked many readers.
- Figures indicate that many readers of free newspapers are indeed "new" readers or read both paid and free papers.
- These books were targeted towards younger readers.
- These all felt lightweight, as though they were meant for younger readers."
- She has also written a first-chapter book for younger readers, "Frankie on the Run".
- These stations still have off-board fare collection vending machines and Go-To card readers.
- On December 22, 2016, this station and were the last subway stations to be equipped with Presto card readers.
- Some early compilers, e.g., the IBM 650's, had additional restrictions due to limitations on their card readers.
- "Creem" readers voted "The Game" the seventh greatest album of 1980.
- That year, Le Matin readers voted Bielovucic the best French aviator.
- "Classic Rock" readers voted "The Analog Kid" the band's 24th best song.
- Its interest to modern readers lies in the discursive padding of the story.
- In the 12th issue, modern readers were reintroduced to Turok, Son of Stone.
- Hoffmann's reviews were first collected for modern readers by Friedrich Schnapp, ed., in "E.T.A.