CHILDREN S BOOKS IN PRINT 2007

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Elizabeth Winthrop

Author : Elizabeth Winthrop
ISBN : PSU:000062578035
Genre : Children
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Profiles American children's author Elizabeth Winthrop. Includes biographical information, news items, details of upcoming events, and an interview with the author. Lists her books and provides access to a newsletter. Features a different quote every week and includes instructions for ordering out of print titles. Links to a message board.
Category: Children

Angel Isle

Author : Peter Dickinson
ISBN : 9780375890833
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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ONCE THE 24 MOST powerful magicians in the Empire pledged to use their magic only to protect the people. But the promise that bound them has now corrupted them. They have become a single terrible entity with a limitless desire for domination. Only the Ropemaker may be able to stop them, but he has not been seen for over 200 years. Into this dangerous world come Saranja, Maja, and Ribek. They seek the Ropemaker so that he might restore the ancient magic that protects their valley. It is the task they were born to, but now it seems there is far more than the valley at stake should they fail. . . . From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Johannes Gutenberg And The Printing Press

Author : Diana Childress
ISBN : 9780761340249
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Learn about one of the most important inventions in history.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

A Second Look

Author : Andie Peterson
ISBN : 1452087873
Genre : Reference
File Size : 75.27 MB
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Four-hundred-twenty-five books are reviewed in this superb collection. A Second Look, Native Americans in Childrens Books gives a thorough examination of the books as a guide for parents, teachers, librarians, and administrators interested in books for children. Anyone involved in selecting books will find this guide useful in working through the maze of available materials. Andie Peterson, one of the few women to be awarded an Eagle Feather, has provided a meaningful criteria to help in judging books. She outlines ways for objectively studying books to draw conclusions as to the suitability for the reader. She writes candidly about books filled with stereotypes, hurtful images, and damaging text and illustrations. She writes eloquent, glowing reviews of the books that are real treasures. She writes: On a daily basis, children must face the hidden curriculum that lets them know where they fit in, whether they can achieve their goals, whether they even dare to dream. An overwhelming part of that hidden curriculum begins with books that are more narrative and illustrations; they are books that carry a message of politics and values. Andie advises that in selecting Native American books, the non-Native child must be considered, also. She counsels that hurtful books set in motion attitudes of prejudice that persist for years. She states that she has reviewed books with older copyrights because they are still on the shelves in libraries and available via the Internet. She says reading the older books helps to understand how adults have formed ideas about Native people. She says: After all, if its in a book in the library, people believe it to be true. Its time to disturb the peace and end the ritual of damage. A Second Look, Native Americans in Childrens Books By Andie Peterson
Category: Reference

Kindergarten Readiness

Author : Nancy L. Cappelloni
ISBN : 9781452284385
Genre : Education
File Size : 40.22 MB
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Put children on a path to success! Filled with photos and tools for practice, this is one of the rare resources to combine the latest research with immediately useable ideas and professional development support to help you equip our youngest students for formal schooling. This ready guidebook helps you: Understand the complexities of the transition to kindergarten Implement a successful program of instruction and assessment appropriate for children with various abilities Align your lessons with Common Core kindergarten standards Assess young children’s skills and abilities Tailor your program to enrich learning for all students
Category: Education

Children S Books And Reading

Author : Montrose Jonas Moses
ISBN : 0554558688
Genre : History
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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
Category: History

Once Upon A Time

Author : Judy Freeman
ISBN : 9780313095689
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Offers activities, strategies, and creative ideas for using nonsense rhymes, songs, chants, and folk literature to promote thinking, reading, and listening skills in young learners.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Moose Family Close Up

Author : Sharma Krauskopf
ISBN : 9780954336745
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 66.20 MB
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Moose Family Close Up is the first in a series of books for children about how the wild animals families live in North America. Sharma Krauskopf, a popular children's book author, tells the story. We meet Mama and Papa Moose first in the cold of winter and follow them as they raise their son, Junior. It is a remarkable tale and one most children would never get to see. It is a rare opportunity for the reader to experience what growing up as a Moose in the wilderness is like.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction