Readers Respond to "Less than Zero"
- Writing a letter. // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p121
Offers tips on how to compose a letter. Different types of letters and the specific bits of information that each should contain; Examples of informal and formal letters.
- Writing a letter. // World Almanac for Kids;1998, p119
Presents examples of how to write letters. A business letter; An informal letter written by hand; A informal letter written as an electronic mail message.
- Find a pen pal. Csatari, J. // Boys' Life;Sep89, Vol. 79 Issue 9, p55
Discusses pen pals which can link children with other children around the world. Listing of letter-exchange services; Tips for writing.
- Letters link us across years and an ocean. Wunder, Sue // Christian Science Monitor;6/8/98, Vol. 90 Issue 134, p9
Discusses the author's correspondence with a friend in England. How the author met Audrey; The importance of their correspondence; What the letters mean to the author.
- `Juice up' your student recognition letters. // Curriculum Review;Feb95, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p7
Describes how a New Jersey school principal personalizes student recognition letters.
- And in the second place... Marty, M.E. // Christian Century;11/11/87, Vol. 104 Issue 32, p1015
Opinion. Muses on the suggestion in the magazine `Boardroom' that letters might be more focused if the first paragraph was eliminated.
- Be an NFL letter man. Daniel, Douglass K. // Boys' Life;Nov93, Vol. 83 Issue 11, p71
Says that receiving a letter from a fan can be a big boost and suggests writing a short letter to your favorite football player. Provides addresses for American and National football conferences and the commissioner of football; Tips on writing professional athletes in `Boys' Life,' June 1993.
- The letter farm. Hall, D.; Metcalf, W. // Yankee;Jun90, Vol. 54 Issue 6, p70
Describes the legacy of letter writing the author's grandmother left behind. The farm at Eagle Pond; Letter collection; Personal zip code; Letter writing rather than telephoning.
- Think tank. // Scholastic Update;9/16/94, Vol. 127 Issue 2, p19
Presents a letter-writing activity that gives advice for Gili Wiseburgh, an Israeli, and Muhammad Kawwas, a Palestinian, on how to live harmoniously in Jerusalem.