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

By Margaret W. Denman-West

Designed as an entry aspect to kid's literature, this advisor covers reference fabrics released in view that 1985. the most important part is a bibliography of bibliographies, but additionally integrated are indexes to numerous literary genres for kids, net entry issues institutions.

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Within each time period, entries are divided first by genre and then alphabetically by author. The reader will be surprised to discover the names of many authors with whom they are familiar as writers of adult books. 18. Arbuthnot, May Hill, et al. Children's Books Too Good to Miss. New York: University Press, 1979. 87p. index. illus. ISBN 0-8295-0287-4. May Hill Arbuthnot is renowned for her contributions to the world of literature for children. Her depth of understanding of books and children and her knowledge of what children enjoy reading has been demonstrated in her textbooks for the study of children's literature.

Colborn has designed an advisory guide to help match readers from grades one to eight with books that mirror their interests and inspire them to read. An overview essay furnishes a brief history of children's literature and describes current trends in writing for children. With popular reading interests in mind, the 1,928 books listed in the section entitled "Other Books You Might Like" were selected to encourage young readers to explore new authors and new titles. More than half the books were published within the last five years, and the remainder have stood the test of time.

By Jo A. Cates. 1990. Reference Works in British and American Literature. Volume I, English and American Literature. By James K. Bracken. 1991 Reference Works in British and American Literature. Volume II, English and American Writers. By James K. Bracken. 1991 Communication and Mass Media: A Guide to the Reference Literature. By Eleanor S. Block and James K. Bracken. OP 1991 Judaism and Christianity: A Guide to the Reference Literature. By Edward D. Starkey. OP 1991 Linguistics: A Guide to the Reference Literature.

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