Mari Chiles

Mari Chiles

Biography

Mari Chiles lives in Georgia and was born in 1999.

•    Mari's favorite subject in school is language arts.

•    Her favorite singer is Corrine Bailey Rae.

•    At her old school, Mari was a member of the Beta Club and student council.

•    One of the careers she is interested in is an architect who designs park sites.

"I believe kids think bigger and want to do things to help their community. My stories will help them do that."

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    The Last Dragon

    The Last Dragon

    by Silvana de Mari

    In a world of darkness;young elf Yorsh is alone;but finds an orphaned dragon who can help him save the Earth. "At times hilarious;at times poignant;and always entertaining."—Booklist

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    Electricity

    Electricity

    by Mari Schuh

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    8/1/08 School Library Journal
    Consistent and well written" best describes these books, which cover their topics clearly. The layout is clean and colorful, and, with only four to six sentences per page, the texts are not overwhelming. Unfortunately, the eye-catching photographs and occasional drawings included on most pages do not add much information. Several pages contain a boxed "Fun Fact." As to be expected, there is some overlap between Electricity and Energy (e.g., coverage of power plants, batteries), but the books do not contradict one another or repeat information verbatim, making each one valuable. These titles will serve as great read-aloud introductions and will be useful to report writers. In addition, they will work well as hi/lo readers since they are not condescending or oversimplified.

     

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