Children’s Literature Review | Gale Literature Collections Quick Facts 750+ entriesWorldwide authors50,000+ reviews and essays Reproduces nearly 98% of the print seriesBrowse by author, title, or topicCovers all time periods Sign up for a Free Trial » Quick Summary Detailed Overview » Each of the more than 150 volumes in this long-standing series profiles approximately three to eight authors of children’s or young adult literature of all genres and provides selected full-text or excerpted criticism reproduced from books, magazines, literary reviews, newspapers and scholarly journals. The series currently covers more than 750 authors and also includes numerous entries focusing on individual titles and topics in children’s and young adult literature, including picture books, folklore and graphic novels. Detailed Overview Quick Summary » Source: Introductory essays are written and entries compiled by professional literature researchers and other subject matter experts. Structure: Each entry features: Related Products
Reading Rants! Out of the Ordinary Teen Booklists! Evaluating Children's Magazines ERIC Identifier: ED477607 Publication Date: 2003-12-00 Author: Lu, Mei-Yu Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading English and Communication Bloomington IN. The introduction and growing use of the World Wide Web since the early 1990s has enabled readers to gain immediate access to great quantities of information. This, in turn, has prompted many businesses to exploit the internet as a medium through which to promote their products and services (Brody, 1997; Clyde, 1998). Publishing for children, especially online magazines (i.e., e-zines), is no exception (Johnson, 2002). The purpose of this Digest is to provide an overview of children's e-zines. It begins with a brief review of factors that contribute to the popularity of these publications, followed by a list of criteria for selecting high-quality online magazines for children. Compared to printed magazines, e-zines can be vastly superior in terms of each of the following factors: "Content" "Functionality and Stability" "Design" Clyde, L.
The Nonfiction Detectives Core collection of graphic novels - 2012 update In 2011, the Quicklists Consulting Committee created a list of core titles than can be used when starting or maintaining a children’s graphic novel collection. The intended audience is librarians selecting books for inclusion in public libraries serving elementary school-age children. Graphic novel here is defined as a full-length story told in paneled, sequential, graphic format. The list does not include book-length collections of comic strips, wordless picture books, or hybrid books that are a mixture of traditional text and comics/graphics. To keep the list manageable in size, only the first title in a series is included with a notation that there are others. K-2 | Grades 3-5 | Grades 6-8 Grades K-2 The Adventures of Polo by Régis Faller. Little dog Polo takes up his backpack and umbrella and sets out in his boat to explore exciting new places. Airplane Adventure by Cari Meister. Benny and Penny in the Big No-No! Binky the Space Cat by Ashley Spires. Korgi: Book 1 by Christian Slade.
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