- Paperboy to the Rescue. // Know Your World Extra;11/19/2004, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p3
Features Omari Jeremiah, a teenager from the Bronx, New York City who created a book entitled "Paperboy" based on a superhero who fights bullies. Characteristics of the main character of the book; Reason Jeremiah wrote the book; Advice of Jeremiah to children who face real-life bullies.
- The Write Stuff: Teen author of a superhero series wants to inspire his peers. Rust, Suzanne // Black Issues Book Review;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p79
This article profiles teenage author Omari Jeremiah. Views about writing; Overview of his book "Paperboy"; Motivation support he gets from his family.
- The Write Stuff. Rust, Suzanne // Black Issues Book Review;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p79
Profiles teenage author Omari Jeremiah. Views about writing; Overview of his book "Paperboy"; Motivation support he gets from his family.
- Paperboy 3: The School of Doom. Minkel, Walter // School Library Journal;May2006, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p130
Reviews the book "Paperboy 3: The School of Doom," by Omari Jeremiah, illustrated by Bernie Rollins.
- Paperboy 4: L.O.E.P.'s Worst Nightmare. Collins, Carol Jones // School Library Journal;Feb2008, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p118
The article reviews the book "Paperboy 4: L.O.E.P.'s Worst Nightmare," by Omari Jeremiah, illustrated by Bernie Rollins.
- Get kids' work published! Kellaher, Karen // Instructor-Primary;Mar1999, Vol. 108 Issue 6, p14
Presents tips on how teachers can help their students' works get published in children's literary magazines. Helping children get to know the publication; Having students write about people, places, and things they know; Taking the time to talk about plagiarism; Providing a few basic...
- Markets for Student Writing. Thiers, Naomi // Educational Leadership;Oct2004, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p92
Presents an update on issues related to student writing in the U.S. as of October 2004. List of North American publications that publish writing by children and teenagers without a submission fee; Information on the two national writing contests for children sponsored by the "Weekly Reader...
- Cherchez l'enfant. Jenkyns, Richard // Prospect;Oct2005, Issue 115, p38
Comments on the benefit brought by the introduction of the magazine "Eagle" to children's literature in Great Britain. Role in education young people on various topics; Significance as a historical and sociological document; Influence of the publication in cultural programming in television.
- The "Story" Is the Mother of Creativity: My Journey as a Children's Writer. Mhlophe, Gcina // Sankofa;2003, Vol. 2, p6
Discusses the journey of the author as a children's writer in South Africa. Reason for the author's interest in books; Details of her international travel as a theater practitioner with Market Theatre that introduced her to a variety of books for children; Description of the apartheid system in...