Children's Literature: A Guide to Information Sources by Margaret W. Denman-West

By Margaret W. Denman-West

Designed as an entry element to kid's literature, this advisor covers reference fabrics released due to the fact 1985. the biggest part is a bibliography of bibliographies, but additionally integrated are indexes to varied literary genres for kids, web entry issues institutions.

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Indexes. ISBN 0-8141-0079-1. The specified purpose of this reference source is to help teachers, librarians, and parents introduce books of exceptional literary quality, artistic merit, and strong appeal to children from preschool age through sixth grade. The use of children's books in the classroom is currently emerging as the heart of language arts programs and is also becoming an integral part of other school curricula. Guides to selection of quality literature, such as this publication, are essential tools.

Second Edition. By Jo A. Cates. 1998 Children's Literature: A Guide to Information Sources. By Margaret W. Denman-West. 1998. Reference Works in British and American Literature. Second Edition. By James K. Bracken. Page iii Children's Literature A Guide to Information Sources Margaret W. Denman-West 1998 Libraries Unlimited, Inc. Englewood, Colorado Page iv Copyright © 1998 Margaret W. Denman-West All Rights Reserved Printed in the United States of America No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher.

New York: Scholastic, 1993. 182p. ISBN 0-590-47462-6. According to the author, each child experiences his or her own unique way of becoming a reader. It is incumbent upon adults working with children to discover and build upon that process. They need to know how to use it to open the reading world to the child and to hook him or her into becoming a lifetime reader. Page 11 Chapters 1 through 6 are discussions of ways in which the adult can establish an environment to encourage and facilitate achieving this goal.

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