Children's Books In Children's Hands: A Brief Introduction To Their Literature, Pearson Etext With Loose-leaf Version -- Access Card Pack by Charles A. Temple

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byCharles A. Temple, Miriam A. Martinez, Junko Yokota

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Children’s Books in Children’s Hands, 5/e is designed to give pre- and in-service teachers a wealth of richly illustrated, practical ideas for sharing literature with children. In it, renowned authors Charles Temple, Miriam Martinez, and Junko Yokota introduce readers to dozens of new books and the riches they contain; to their qualities; and to the many writers, illustrators, editors, and critics involved with those books. Coverage of the many genres of  children’s books includes picture books; literature of diverse perspectives; international literature; poetry; traditional literature; modern fantasy and science fiction, contemporary realistic fiction; historical fiction; informational books; and more. A wide variety of practical applications, ideas to help teachers meet the Common Core State Standards, unique pedagogical features, and outstanding teacher resources add to the book’s popularity with educators.

 

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The authors of this text were drawn together by a love of children’s books and a fascination with the people who make them and by the hope that another generation of students, teachers, librarians, and parents could be inspired to take up the challenge of getting those works into the hands of children.   Charles Temple is a banjo-pi...

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Title:Children's Books In Children's Hands: A Brief Introduction To Their Literature, Pearson Etext With…Format:Book & ToyDimensions:384 pages, 10.79 × 8.35 × 0.94 inPublished:April 28, 2014Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Part I. Understanding Literature and the Child Reader

1.         Children’s Books in Children’s Hands

2.         Literary Elements in Works for Children

3.         Picture Books

4.         Literature Representing Diverse Perspectives

5.         International Literature

 

Part II.  Exploring the Genres of Children’s Literature

6.         Poetry for Children

7.         Traditional Literature

8.         Modern Fantasy and Science Fiction

9.         Contemporary Realistic Fiction

10.        Historical Fiction

11.        Informational Books and Biography

 

Editorial Reviews

"This text holds three highly respected names in the word of children’s literature as its authors. As a result, I went into the text expecting it to be sound in terms of both theory and practice and I was not disappointed." - Sharon F. O’Neal, Texas State University This is an engaging and informative comprehensive introduction to children’s literature, with a strong focus on pedagogical strategies for pre-service and practicing elementary and middle school teachers. - Dr. Marion Hussong, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey "[This] book is wonderfully written: The prose is lucid and truly enjoyable to read. The book shows the authors’ passion for children’s literature on every page, without sacrificing scholarly integrity and professional tone." - Dr. Marion Hussong, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey