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The best art and writing from the most talented students across the country.

Every year, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards receive thousands of entries from all over the country. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the PUSH anthologies, here are the best of the best, from 2008 through 2011. Every one has a story to tell, captured on film or translated into poetry. And
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Paperback, 320 pages
Published June 1st 2012 by Push
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Sadie
Nov 18, 2012 rated it really liked it
This is a beautiful beautiful book.

I have to talk about my favorite work in this anthology for a little bit. It's called "Swamp" and it was one of the most moving narratives I've ever read ever in my life ever. I love it so much I can't even explain it to you. The characters, the writing (readable, haunting, tragic), everything was masterful and the fact that it was written by a teenager should inspire and reinvigorate any young writer who experiences this work. This writing had a lasting impac
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Jul 10, 2014 rated it liked it
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What We Remember, What We Forget is the kind of thought-provoking statement that lingers in a dark corner of the mind, provoking a tempest of both dismay and joyful reminiscence. The words are a statement; the anthology itself is a different kind of a statement. And as simple of a statement as it may be, it still needs to be said: today’s youth hold the voices of tomorrow.

What We Remember is an anthology of Scholastic Art and Writing Award Winners. Each poem, short story, and piece of artwork i
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Nov 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
It still takes me hy surprise how talented people are.
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David Levithan (born 1972) is an American children's book editor and award-winning author. He published his first YA book, Boy Meets Boy, in 2003. Levithan is also the founding editor of PUSH, a Young Adult imprint of Scholastic Press.

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