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BOLDPRINT Anthologies (4 - 8)

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Series Editor: David Booth, Joan Green, and Jack Booth

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David Booth is Professor Emeritus in Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, where he is Scholar in Residence in Curriculum, Teaching, and Language Department. For over 40 years, he has been involved in teaching children and teachers, as a classroom teacher, language arts consultant, professor, speaker, and author. David has authored many teacher reference books and textbooks in all areas of language development.

Joan Green has had a distinguished career as an educator and leader in the public sector. She was the first female Director of Education of the Board of Education for the City of Toronto and, prior to that, served as a teacher, principal, and superintendent. Joan is the Founding CEO of the Ontario Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO); a published author on curriculum, assessment, leadership, and equity issues; and a co-author and senior member of the editorial Board of several groundbreaking Language and Literacy series.

Jack Booth has been involved in the educational community for over 30 years. He has taught elementary grades, served as a resource teacher for Grades 7-10, and was an English/Language Arts consultant for Grades K-12. Recently, Jack has been an educational development author/consultant for publishers in Canada and China. For many years, Jack has been writing materials for students and teachers. He was a senior author of the Impressions Program; consultant/author for the Meadow Books series for Harcourt Canada; co-author of Harcourt's Word Sense series; and co-author and editor-in-chief of The Out Loud Program: Rhymes, Rhythms and Patterns for Language Learning.