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By Leah Konen,Jordan Sondler,María Jesús Asensio
By Leah Konen,Jordan Sondler,María Jesús Asensio
By Martin Gardner,Russel B. Nye
When Russel B. Nye and Martin Gardner teamed as much as deliver out a brand new version of The really good Wizard of Oz, theirs was once the 1st severe research of L. Frank Baum American vintage. The e-book opens with an essay via Nye, entitled "An Appreciation," that's an summary of Baum's inventive and imaginitive genius. Nye explores the explanations why past critics almost missed the oz. tales. Gardner, in his essay, "The Royal Historian of Oz," provides a quick biographical caricature, revealing little-known proof approximately this prolific author. the amount additionally includes the full, unique textual content of the fantastic Wizard of oz., besides many unique illustrations through artist W. W. Denslow.
By Claire Gatrell Stephens
Here's a clean chance to profit extra approximately those tremendous titles and combine them into the curriculum. the 1st half the e-book offers annotated bibliographies of all writer and illustrator winners and honor books. the full moment half the publication is dedicated to actions, together with a few reproducibles, in accordance with decide upon titles.
During the previous 30 years, the titles famous by way of the Coretta Scott King Award have regularly awarded first-class writing, storytelling, background, and values. Stephens's e-book is designed to assist educators study extra approximately those positive titles and combine them into the curriculum. After giving history concerning the award and its heritage, the writer offers annotated bibliographies of all writer and illustrator award winners and honor books. the second one 1/2 the e-book is dedicated to offering actions in line with particular titles. invaluable counsel and reproducibles make this a classroom-friendly resource.
By Keith O'Sullivan,Pádraic Whyte
This booklet presents students, either nationwide and foreign, with a foundation for complicated study in children’s literature in collections. reading books for kids released throughout 5 centuries, amassed from the collections in Dublin, this detailed quantity advances explanations in amassing, librarianship, schooling, and children’s literature stories extra generally. It enables techniques of discovery and restoration that current a variety of pathways for researchers with different pursuits in children’s books to have interaction with collections. From e-book histories, via bookselling, details on creditors, and histories of schooling to shut textual content analyses, it's obvious that there are many techniques to studying collections. during this quantity, 3 dominant techniques emerge: historical past and canonicity, writer and textual content, beliefs and associations. via its concentrate on diverse fabrics, from fiction to textbooks, this quantity illuminates how towns can articulate a imaginative and prescient of kid's literature via specific collections and institutional practices.
By John T. Gillespie,Corinne J. Naden
A wealth of data approximately Newbery award winners and honor books is at your fingertips with this iteration. you will find specified plot summaries, booktalks, up-to-date information regarding the profitable titles and authors, feedback for read-alikes, and concepts for the way to introduce the books to younger readers. Entries are prepared chronologically from 1922 via 2001. A background of the award and a dialogue of the award procedure also are included.
By Elwyn Jenkins
This is the 1st full-length examine of South African English formative years literature to hide the whole interval of its booklet, from the past due 19th century to the early twenty-first century. Jenkins' publication makes a speciality of what made the following literature primarily South African and what points of the rustic and its society authors focused on. What supplies this booklet specific power is its insurance of literature as much as the Nineteen Sixties, which has previously acquired nearly no scholarly cognizance. not just is that this previous literature a lucrative topic for learn in itself, however it additionally throws mild on next literary advancements. one other remarkable function is that the e-book follows the author’s earlier paintings in putting children’s literature within the context of grownup South African literature and South African cultural background (e.g. cinema). He additionally makes enlightening comparisons with American, Canadian and Australian children’s literature.
By Carolyn Carpan
In Sisters, Schoolgirls, and Sleuths: women' sequence Books in America, Carolyn Carpan offers a social historical past of women' sequence fiction released in the US from the mid-19th century throughout the early twenty first century. Carpan examines well known sequence, subgenres, topics, and characters present in nearly a hundred sequence, noting how teenage women are portrayed in ladies' sequence fiction and the way ladies' sequence mirror or subvert the tradition of the period during which they're produced. Her learn additionally makes a speciality of the construction, writing, and construction of such books.
This is the 1st research of yankee ladies' sequence books to check the full style from its beginnings within the 1840s to the current day, revealing proof a few sub-genre of kid's and younger grownup literature that has hardly been studied. Appendixes during this quantity comprise an inventory of the women' sequence coated within the ebook in addition to vital books approximately women' sequence fiction.
By Perry Nodelman
By Tari White,Sotirios Vougiouklis
An inspirational tale of a tender woman who's no longer so universal. she will converse with plants, animals and beings that no longer each person can see. She is helping others to be ok with themselves via sharing her talents. along with her middle choked with compassion, she indicates us that we're all hooked up to each other, irrespective of how diversified we are.
48 pages. 23 colour illustrations. Written for kids from eight to 108.
By Joel Nichols
Focusing at the such a lot compelling—and in lots of circumstances the main accessible—titles around the giant region of innovative fable and technology fiction literature and media, this ebook showcases inventive how you can construct on present curiosity in those genres and advertise studying, literacy, and important thinking.
• offers methods for librarians connect with younger consumers with enriching and unique workshop ideas
• types deep engagement with examining and texts, concentrating on leveraging high-interest well known fiction and media to have interaction youngsters in severe considering and mirrored image, thereby expanding their knowing of the area and themselves
• Stimulates little ones of assorted studying types and age levels to imagine creatively and significantly via curricula that ties into STEM/STEAM learning