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Extractions: 3. On its release, this British book was roundly pounded. The Illustrated Times stated it was "too extravagantly absurd to produce more diversion than disappointment and irritation." And The Athenaeum called it a "stiff, overwrought story." Luckily, its illustrator pulled in a positive note or two, so much so that the Times hardly mentioned the text in their review. Now a classic, what is the book?
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Extractions: How Do Our Horizons Grow... This page provides links to a variety of sites that will be useful for teachers, librarians and parents, and fun for kids. Sites denoted with a K are particularly oriented toward kids. Authors Pages K The Author's Corner has links to authors of interest to 3-8 grade students. It also has a Reading Corner which provides lists of books at the same grade levels. Jennifer Armstrong's author page includes all new books (with reviews) and the same great specific detailing her books have! great answers to questions and directions for an author's day. K Jan Brett writes and beautifully illustrates her books about children and animals and trolls. The page is constantly changing but always includes extensive information about how she researches her stories and fun activities for teachers and kids. Betsy Byars K Eric Carle is a beloved children's author and illustrator. The Very Hungry Caterpillar greets you, and the site includes answers to Frequently Asked Questions, lists of Mr. Carle's books, and a bulletin board for teachers and parents to exchange ideas. K Virginia Hamilton 's homepage provides information about all of her books and her interests. It is of particular interest to teens.
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Extractions: A Sample Essay The following essay is based on the sample web outline and sample non-traditional outline . Of course, this final version has gone through several drafts and much revision. You should expect to put great effort into turning a rough outline into a polished essay. The main points from the original outline are highlighted in blue, and the thesis is highlighted in red. (Dis)empowering the Child: A Critique of Children's Literature (Introduction: identifies the focus of the essay and introduces key theory (post-colonialism).) The adult authorship of books for children is a practice that society has accepted willingly throughout the history of children's literature. Most do not question whether the adult is misappropriating a child's voice or perception ; rather, people feel that every author should have the liberty to write a children's book because he/she has experienced childhood. Furthermore, some would argue that the adult has an even better understanding of childhood than most children do because he/she is now beyond that stage and can therefore make more astute and objective observations. Only recently have we begun to ask whether an adult's memory of "childhood" is valid or reliable.
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Extractions: What is truth? I am not going to be photographed with that bloody bear! Christopher Robin Milne, cica 1975, attrib. Pontius Pilate famously asked 'What is truth?' and did not wait for an answer. Had he done so, he would have found that Christ's words were, in Latin (or possibly Greek) an anagram of the phrase 'It is the man you see before you.' This information would be a good deal more impressive if not for the fact that I had learned it from the Puffin Book of Jokes. 'Puffin' books were, and for all I know still are, children's books, a sub-imprint of Penguin. When I was growing up they went to great lengths to instill a sense of brand loyalty and corporate identity in literate kiddies. There was a rather ludicrous Puffin club involving a cute enamel badge, a secret code and an annual exhibition where you could meet famous authors. I do not know the name of the author of the Puffin Book of Jokes, but he wrote it on my copy of the book. (Roald Dahl was there on the same day; if I'd joined his queue the book would probably be worth something.) I don't know precisely what Greek anagrams were doing in a joke book. I think that 'jokes' were understood to include puzzles, riddles and word-games. The anonymous or at any rate forgotten author wanted to make the point that people (but only silly people, with tonsures, in the Olden Days) used to think that anagrams were a serious business; that they pored over sacred texts to tease out hidden meanings. 'I can't imagine how much time they used to waste on this' said the author 'There are an awful lot of words in the Bible.'
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Extractions: in Children's Literature We have, in fact, a pretty good collection of children's literature. It will be found in the CURRICULUM COLLECTION in the Main Stacks. This is a room whose entrance is at the far end of Rows 52-53. We have virtually all of the Newbery and Caldecott winners, and, for the last 10 years or so have been receiving all of the winners and runners up in a number of different children's book award programs, like Coretta Scott King, American Library Association's Notable Book/Best Book listings, Boston Globe, Scott O'Dell, and more. It all adds up to a pretty substantial set. And, of course, there are good collections in the local public libraries. All of these books are listed in OSCAR with Location listed as Orradre Curriculum. If you want to browse this collection, go in the Curriculum Room and look at the books with call numbers beginning PZ.
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Extractions: By Sheri Zollinger Conservative columnist Ann Coulter announced today that she has written a children's book, joining such celebrities as Jerry Seinfeld, John Lithgow and Spike Lee in the kid-lit field. Coulter says her book "I Know You Are but What Am I?" is aimed at the 4-to-6 age group and reflects such old-fashioned values as self-reliance, hard work and bigotry. Claims Coulter, "Children are being ill-served by the liberal publishing industry that tries to sell them a bill of goods about how 'self-esteem' and 'compassion' will get them somewhere in life. They need books that show them the value of being white, Christian and middle-class now, while they are still young enough to make use of the message."
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Extractions: These sites don't deal with Pooh directly, but I found them interesting: Children's Literature Web Guide This page will point you to many other sites on the web dealing with children's lit. The Canadian Teacher-Librarian's Resource Page This page contains catagorized lists of web sites devoted to books which teacher's might find useful in their teaching. Penguin USA General ) but I'm including this one to their home page just because... Donnell Library Center This is a branch of the New York Public Library . Christopher Robin's original toys are displayed here in the Central Children's Room. Sadly, the web-site doesn't contain much about the collection, but you can get information about he center's hours if you plan on visiting there. The Wind in the Willows Electronic Text A. A. Milne loved Kenneth Grahame's book, The Wind in the Willows , and wrote a play based on it, Toad of Toad Hall . E. H. Shepard, illustrator of the Pooh books, also did a memorable job of illustrating The Wind in the Willows . If you haven't had any exposure to this book, check it out on electric format here. Read it, but make sure to get to a library and check out the illustrations by Shepard, since they'll be missing in this text version.
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