By Lykke Guanio-Uluru
By Katharine Capshaw Smith
"This readable and informative account... increases matters in regards to the political and social motive of all children’s literature. Essential." ―Choice
During the recent Negro Renaissance, African American children’s literature turned an important medium during which a disparate group solid bonds of cultural, financial, and aesthetic unity. utilizing interdisciplinary serious suggestions, together with social, academic, and publishing heritage, canon-formation conception, and large archival learn, Children’s Literature of the Harlem Renaissance analyzes adolescence as a website of rising black cultural nationalism. It explores the period’s energetic alternate in regards to the nature and identification of black adolescence and uncovers the networks of African american citizens who labored jointly to transmit black background and tradition to a brand new generation.
By Peter Hunt
By Maria Nikolajeva
By Peter Hunt
Children's literature remains to be the most quickly increasing and fascinating of interdisciplinary educational stories, of curiosity to an individual fascinated with literature, schooling, internationalism, adolescence or tradition as a rule. the second one variation of Peter Hunt's bestselling International spouse Encyclopedia of kid's Literature deals entire insurance of the topic the world over, with monstrous, available, articles via experts and world-ranking specialists. virtually every little thing is right here, from complex idea to the newest practice – from bibliographical study to operating with books and kids with certain needs.
This version has been extended and contains over fifty new articles. all the different articles were up-to-date, considerably revised or rewritten, or have revised bibliographies. New issues comprise Postcolonialism, Comparative reports, historical Texts, modern kid's Rhymes and Folklore, modern Comics, struggle, Horror, sequence Fiction, movie, inventive Writing, and 'Crossover' literature. The overseas part has been improved to mirror international occasions, and now contains separate articles on international locations comparable to the Baltic states, the Czech and Slovak Republics, Iran, Korea, Mexico and important the United States, Slovenia, and Taiwan.
By Ian Wojik-Andrews
By Matthew L. Berman
In solution to the perennial query "What else may still I read?", those leading edge assets transcend linear listings of feedback to aid scholars locate books via numerous instructions, together with topic, writer, and style. each one advisor includes nearly 30 displayable bookwebs that may be used as posters, with reproducible bookmarks that checklist comparable titles and healthy into wallet at the posters. every one net leads clients to eight to fourteen comparable themes that experience lists of proper books with their authors and short LC descriptions. targeted writer, name, and topic indexes make extra exploration effortless. countless numbers of the simplest fiction books for younger readers, titles generally present in university library collections, are coated within the webs. The visible, nonlinear positive factors of those books cause them to certain and straight forward instruments for educators and scholars alike. excellent for the bulletin board, the bookwebs are a good way to stimulate reading!
By La Vergne Rosow
If you've been trying to find analyzing fabrics which are either fascinating and available to starting grownup and teenage readers, glance no additional. Rosow builds this annotated bibliography of high-interest, low-reading-level fiction and nonfiction fabrics round issues that entice adults. She covers various assets, from books and chapters of books to journal articles and letters, organizing them from more uncomplicated to more challenging interpreting degrees to aid readers growth with their interpreting. Dozens of discussion and writing actions are recommended for every topic quarter. such a lot can be utilized with any dimension crew, from one-on-one tutoring events to massive multiethnic periods of scholars with a number studying and writing skills. excellent for grownup and relations literacy courses, ESL scholars, youngster remedial studying periods, and readers' advisory, this booklet is a useful gizmo for motivating and empowering scholars to read.
By Debra Mitts-Smith
From the villainous beast of “Little pink using Hood” and “The 3 Little Pigs,” to the nurturing wolves of Romulus and Remus and Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, the wolf has lengthy been part of the panorama of children’s literature. in the meantime, because the Nineteen Sixties and the popularization of medical examine on those animals, children’s books have all started to add extra nuanced perspectives. In Picturing the Wolf in Children’s Literature, Mitts-Smith analyzes visible photos of the wolf in children’s books released in Western Europe and North the United States from 1500 to the current. particularly, she considers how wolves are depicted in and throughout specific works, the values and attitudes that tell those depictions, and the way the idea that of the wolf has replaced through the years. What she discovers is that illustrations and images in works for kids impart social, cultural, and clinical details not just approximately wolves, but in addition approximately people and human habit.
First encountered in youth, photo books act as a coaching floor the place the younger research either how one can decode the “symbolic” wolf throughout numerous contexts and the way to make experience of “real” wolves. Mitts-Smith stories assets together with myths, legends, fables, people and fairy stories, fractured stories, fictional tales, and nonfiction, highlighting these cases during which photographs play an incredible function, together with illustrated anthologies, chapbooks, photo books, and informational books. This e-book should be of curiosity to children’s literature students, in addition to these drawn to the determine of the wolf and the way it's been knowledgeable through the years.
By Claire Gatrell Stephens
Here's a clean chance to benefit extra approximately those advantageous titles and combine them into the curriculum. the 1st half the ebook provides annotated bibliographies of all writer and illustrator winners and honor books. the whole moment 1/2 the booklet is dedicated to actions, together with a few reproducibles, in response to choose titles.
During the prior 30 years, the titles well-known by means of the Coretta Scott King Award have constantly awarded first-class writing, storytelling, historical past, and values. Stephens's publication is designed to aid educators research extra approximately those advantageous titles and combine them into the curriculum. After giving historical past in regards to the award and its heritage, the writer provides annotated bibliographies of all writer and illustrator award winners and honor books. the second one half the e-book is dedicated to offering actions in line with particular titles. priceless assistance and reproducibles make this a classroom-friendly resource.