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Extractions: Everett Public Libraries Search Our Catalog Search Engines Databases ... Internet Sites By Subject Your Library: Hours Calendar Reference Children ... Books Great Sites for: Younger Kids Older Kids Parents Cool Sites for This Month ... Music/TV/Movies Spring Story Times Parlin Library, 410 Broadway Terrific Twos, Tuesdays, 10:15-Begins April 6 Preschool Pals(3-4yrs.), Tuesdays, 11:15-April 6 Book Worms( 4yrs.+), Thursdays, 11:30-Begins-April 8 No Registration Required Spring Session Ends May 13 Call the Children's Library at 617-394-2306 Games Hangman Animals of the World Battleship Faces - Build faces out of parts of celebrity faces! Funschool.com KidsPage Great site with reading, games and more from the Multnomah County Library! Seussville Games Play lots of fun games with the Lorax, Horton and other friends from Seussville! MCA Universal Home Video Kid's Playroom You'll find songs, games and online coloring pages featuring Babe the Pig and other familiar characters.
Extractions: Children's Lit by Rob Rulon-Miller T As a child I did not think of books in the same way as I think of them today. Books then were no more or less important to me than, say, the bathtub. I can recall neither my first encounter with a book, nor a significant moment in which a book played a part. I was enamoured of no specific character or story. The books were just there, in quantity, and they became part of my consciousness, if not my every-day life. What more could I have made of them at such an early age? I recognized the basic physical features. I saw that they lined the walls. I took them for granted. Times . Puzzle books and quiz books were ubiquitous in my family, and we were always challenging one another with trivia and riddles. What made these books special to me, and what made them my books in the end, was their state of decay. All were water-damaged. On some, mold had set in, and on others, vermin had nipped the corners. Lots of dead bugs were scattered about them, and sheets of dust and mortar had settled over their top edges. With bookseller eyes I see them now as never important books, rather secondary and tertiary literature of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, mixed in with some local history. It was strange to me that even though they were damaged and consigned to perdition in this basement, no one could bring themselves to throw them out, as if someone were saving them just for me. I came to covet, in those youthful hours, those moldy books, many of whose pages could not be turned without them tearing off in my hands.
Kid Stuff From classics like Black Beauty and winnie the pooh to all comes hard on the heels of a piece I wrote recently on the new popularity of children s lit. http://www.goodreports.net/kidstuff.htm
Extractions: By Alex Good The headline of the BBC report announcing the results said it all: "Top 100 books are child's play." In a poll to determine the nation's favourite reads, children's books made up over a third of the titles chosen. From classics like Black Beauty and Winnie the Pooh to all four installments (thus far) of the Harry Potter franchise, kid stuff ruled. The news comes hard on the heels of a piece I wrote recently on the new popularity of children's lit. What set me off then was a column by Philip Marchand in the Toronto Star on the gender gap among readers. What I found even more interesting was the age gap. According to Professor David Booth at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto, "Boys stop reading fiction at the age of 12 or 13 . . . If they read a novel after that, it's because they've been told to in school." As I pointed out, there was probably some explanation here of why The Lord of the Rings and The Catcher in the Rye hold top spot on all of those "favourite book" lists. These may be the
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MommieTalk To answer my own question winnie the pooh, Alic in Wonderland, Island of PS. I used to be an Elementary School teacher and children s lit is my passion! http://www.mommietalk.com/archive/index.php/t-11023
LING-LIT Archives -- June 2000 (#13) 2. an exclamation of pooh . My own derivation of winnie would link it to the Germanic dealt with similar questions such as language in Children s Literature. http://sundial.ccs.yorku.ca/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind0006&L=ling-lit&F=&S=&P=1232
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Libraries: Children's Lit (x-posted) Express Chris Van Allsburg lots of books by Avi winnie the pooh - AA Milne really bitter studd about Roald Dahl s books by children s literary critcis http://www.livejournal.com/community/libraries/240144.html
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Extractions: Levine, Gail Carson. Ella Enchanted *For all texts except the Edward Lear, you may use any unabridged edition. The texts are listed in the order in which we will read them. We will read one per class. Course Description and Goals: English 410 surveys the history of childrens literature and its relationship to the development of cultural and societal conceptions of childhood. Emphasis is on critical reading and in-depth analysis of the various forms of this literary tradition. Prerequisite: EN 231-232 or EN 233-234, or permission of instructor. This class is first and foremost a literature course. We will do significant amounts of reading and analysis throughout the semester. We will read a variety of novels throughout the course from different genres and eras. Along the way, we will discuss the way that the texts change from one generation to the next. As a supplement to the novels we read, students will research a historical or cultural aspect of children's literature and a style or author of picture books.
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Extractions: D avid Rakoff's article on Stuart Little is yet another example of the compulsion to claim a literary heritage (while not bad in its own right) for gays through ridiculous misinterpretations of highly innocuous literature. When will we stop hearing that Winnie the Pooh, or Stuart Little, or even Bert and Ernie are homosexuals? This distortion only serves to alienate heterosexuals from homosexual culture and further delays the acceptance that some homosexuals desire. Angela James John Irving blasts Tom Wolfe, Wolfe blasts back
Extractions: "Solitude" from Now we are Six by A.A.Milne B efore there were hand or computer animated fish, dogs or bears, childrens' imaginations were stimulated by simple pen and ink drawings illustrating their favorite books. Even now, many families have on their shelves the original Winnie the Pooh books by A.A. Milne that are lovingly illustrated with the expressive drawings of Ernest H. Shepard. Those small sketches of Pooh and Piglet and their friends are familiar two dimensional friends of childhood for many of us who did not meet Micky Mouse or Bugs Bunny until later. Ernest Shepard was born in Sussex, England in 1879 only a short distance from Milne's birthplace. Although he lived much of his life in London (he died in 1976), he had an understanding and affection for nature and was encouraged to draw by his grandfather, a professional artist. Although he did paint, Ernest Shepard is best known for his witty cartoons for Punch magazine and the pen and ink sketches that illustrate more than 50 books including the childrens classics 'Winnie the Pooh by Milne and Wind in the Willows by Grahame. To look again at the drawings in the books we loved as children is guaranteed to bring a smile. If we look closely at the tiny sketches we can see the techniques the artist used to express light and texture, form and movement with the simple lines of pen and ink.
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Extractions: Children's Classics Bring out your inner-child as you vacation with Pippi in the South Seas. Chomp on an everlasting Gobstopper while humming the oompa loompa song. Share your favorite childhood tales with the favorite child in your life. The Complete Tales of Winnie the Pooh by A. A. Milne - Join in the fun and antics of Christopher Robin, Pooh, Piglet, and their cohorts. This volume combines two of Milne's timeless classics, Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner , and includes illustrations by Ernest H. Shepard The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett - A young orphan moves to the moors of England and befriends her invalid cousin, Colin, and rekindles his interest in life. Together they discover and explore the mysteries of his mother's locked garden, and restore the garden to life and Colin to health.
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Classic Literature Articles - Suite101.com Getting a Grip on Children s lit Choosing suitable books for your kids, Understanding biography of AA Milne, British author and creator of winnie the pooh. http://www.suite101.com/articles.cfm/840/81-100
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