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Children's Literature Remembered Issues, Trends, and Favorite Books

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ISBN-10: 0313320772

ISBN-13: 9780313320774

Edition: 2003

Authors: Linda M. Pavonetti, Linda Pavonetti

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Emerging from the Children's Literature Assembly's post conference workshop following the 1999 NCTE fall conference, this compilation of delivered speeches and reflective chapters offers insight into the broad development of American children's literature in the 20th century. With speeches by such luminaries as Julius Lester, Lois Lowry, Uri Shulevitz, and Lee Bennett Hopkins, as well as fascinating chapters by experts Teri Lesene, Barbara Elleman, and others, this volume offers wonderful insight for library educators and practitioners alike.
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Book details

List price: $60.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 11/30/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 312
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Dedication
Introduction
Twentieth Century Movers and Shakers in American Children's Books
A Survey of Children's Literature Assembly Members
From Mother Goose to Multiculturalism
Toward a History of Children's Book Publishing in the United States
Children's Books
Personal Observations and Memories of How Things Were and How They Are Now
The Picture Book Story in Twentieth Century America
Once Upon a While Ago
Folk Tales in the Course of Literature
What Tales Do We Tell of the Twentieth Century?
Folk and Fairy Tales Prosper
Looking at Poetry for Children in Twentieth Century America
Children Responding to Poetry
A Century of Research and Commentary
From the Story of Mankind to Studies of AIDS
A Hundred Years of Informational Books for Children
Cross Giblin Nonfiction
A Genre Comes of Age
Reflections
African American Children's Literature in the Twentieth Century
Native Americans in Children's Books of the Twentieth Century
The Evolution of Historical Fiction for Children
A Long Way from Pleasantville
The Role of Family in the Novels of Lois Lowry
Adult Literature Comes of Age
Evolution to Revolution
Young Adult Literature Charts Its Own Course
Children's Books in the Classroom
Milestones and Memories of the Literature-Based Revolution
From the Beginning
A Journey to Learning
Contributors