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How To Publish A Class E-Book Using iTunes - Edudemic

How To Publish A Class E-Book Using iTunes - Edudemic | Children's Literature | Scoop.it
Often teachers want to share the ebooks their students have made with a wider audience, not least parents!
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This looks a little complicated but worth a look. 

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Art from classic children's books explored in Picture This, a new ...

Art from classic children's books explored in Picture This, a new ... | Children's Literature | Scoop.it
4 October 2013 - 26 January 2014 The British Library takes a look back at 10 of the most iconic children's books that have been illustrated and re-illustrated throughout the 20 th century with a new exhibition in The Folio ...
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An art exhibit of all single page illustations from children's books. Children's book illustrations are really quite remarkable. It's a great idea to display them on a gallery wall for adults to appreciate. I would be interested to see if the illustrations featured are taken more seriously after being displayed in a fine art atmosphere.

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Critical Multicultural Analysis of Children's Literature: Mirrors, Windows, and Doors (Language, Culture, and Teaching Series): Maria José Botelho, Masha Kabakow Rudman: 9780805837117: Amazon.com: ...

Critical Multicultural Analysis of Children's Literature: Mirrors, Windows, and Doors (Language, Culture, and Teaching Series) [Maria José Botelho, Masha Kabakow Rudman] on Amazon.com. *FREE* super saver shipping on qualifying offers.
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Adding this to my reading list! Foreward by Sonia Nieto 

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Fisher Elementary students drop everything and read - Bennington Banner

Fisher Elementary students drop everything and read - Bennington Banner | Children's Literature | Scoop.it
Fisher Elementary students drop everything and read
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... themselves in a favorite book." Two students from Mrs.
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Really cool idea. The library clearly sees the benefit in reading. Also great how the community as a whole got involved with the D.E.A.R (Drop Everything And Read) program. More schools should consider a program like this! 

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Gobble You Up: Ancient Indian Women’s Folk Art, Reimagined as Stunning Modern Storytelling

Gobble You Up: Ancient Indian Women’s Folk Art, Reimagined as Stunning Modern Storytelling | Children's Literature | Scoop.it
A heartening adaptation of an age-old mother-daughter art form, adapted visionary modern storytelling.

For nearly two decades, independen
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Gorgeous illustrations and multicultural content. Illustrations tell a folktale and are inspired by an Indian traditional way of finger painting passed down from mother to daughter. Illustrations are created using silkscreen and handmade paper. Would love a copy of this book! 

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Bringing Multicultural Books into Schools | Teaching for Change

Bringing Multicultural Books into Schools | Teaching for Change | Children's Literature | Scoop.it
Bringing Multicultural Books into Schools. bookstore-support. Here is a special Teaching for Change shout out to two institutions—the Georgetown Day School Equity Collaborative and the Alexandria City Public Schools ...
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Good resource for multicultural books for elementary school usage

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Why Teach Multicultural Literature? | TechMarm

Why Teach Multicultural Literature? | TechMarm | Children's Literature | Scoop.it
Why teach U.S. students literature from different countries? This is the fundamental question at the heart of this encounter. (Why Teach Multicultural Literature?
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Really intruiging debate between a student and a professor regarding multiculturalism. Both make very compelling points and convey their positions with passion. Great read!

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CFP – Diverging Diversities: Plurality in Children's & Young Adult ...

In 1965, Nancy Larrick wrote an article for the Saturday Review entitled “the All-White World of Children's Books.” Though Larrick was certainly not the first to draw attention to the lack of diversity in books for children, the ...
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Teaching Writer's Craft With Multicultural Literature « the open book

Teaching Writer's Craft With Multicultural Literature « the open book | Children's Literature | Scoop.it
Education Professor Jane Gangi shares ideas on how to use multicultural literature to teach writer's craft in the classroom.
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 Great ideas for incoporating multicultural literature into the classroom! 

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"A Study of the Availability of Multicultural Children's Literature in ...

The purpose of this study is to conduct an analysis of the availability of quality multicultural children's literature in Treasure Valley elementary schools in Idaho. Current research suggests multicultural literature supports the psychosocial ...
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 This article is about the steady number of multicultural children's books published despite the increasing multicultural population in our schools. The article argues that although multicultural books are published, many teachers do not use them like they should in their classrooms. 

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Best Illustrated Books

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The New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Books of 2013, with sample artwork from each.

Via Claudia M. Reder
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2013 Best Illustrated Books list with images

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