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This event will also benefit teaching professionals, publishers, librarians, education ministries as well as individuals and institutions that contribute in youth development as the Book Fair provides access to innovative reading materials, new technologies and best practices that will help maintain the highest level of quality and excellence in children's literature.
Nikolajeva taught children's literature and critical theory at Stockholm university for 25 years before accepting a position on the Faculty of Education at Cambridge university in 2008.
The Hidden Child: Defining Children's Literature is a definitive discussion of the field and genre of children's literature.
Gender bias as portrayed in children's literature is still as prevalent today as in past decades, and remains a problem in light of the fact that gender stereotypes and sexism in children's picture books affect the development of gender identity in young children (e.
Celia Keenan and Mary Shine Thompson (eds), Studies in Children's Literature, 1500-2000 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004, 181 pp.
BEYOND BABAR: THE EUROPEAN TRADITION IN CHILDREN'S LITERATURE is a top pick for children's librarians or any teacher or parent regularly working with kids.
Parker, 58, had agreed to an interview at her home in Stamford, Connecticut, to talk about a subject that she loves second only to her family: African American children's literature and publishing.
They are books known in the field of children's literature as Young Adult (YA) literature.
7) As Stearns observes, pluck, a term that has largely disappeared from the lexicon, was one of the paramount virtues in nineteenth century children's literature.
Since then, small presses dedicated to diversifying children's literature have continued to sprout, building the multicultural children's book industry from the ground up.
In the neo-conservative backlash we currently find ourselves in as literacy educators (Taxel, 1999), instructional approaches that include children's literature in the elementary reading curriculum, commonly referred to as literature based instruction (Raphael & Au, 1997) or reading workshops (Atwell, 1998), are being challenged by current federal legislation and its support for scientifically-based commercial reading programs (e.
Children's Literature as Communication: The ChiLPA Project.

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