Given the energetic response to Katy Guest's recent announcement that neither the Indy on Sunday nor this blog will be reviewing gender-specific children's books in future, I thought it was high time I weighed in on the ...
Established in 2006, American Indians in Children's Literature (AICL) provides critical perspectives and analysis of indigenous peoples in children's and young adult books, the school curriculum, popular culture, and society.
Susan Ridgeway's insight:
This has always been a favorite topic of mine ever since I was a little girl. I love reading about Native Americans and reading books by Native Americans!
In a sharp one-two punch on this weekend's New York Times Op-ed page, award-winning children's book writers Walter Dean Myers—arguably one of the most important writers in children's literature — and his son ...
UofSC Children's Lit Experts Can Discuss International Children's Book Day April 2 Newswise (press release) Sara Schwebel, an associate professor of English literature, specializes in the historical developments of children's and young adult...
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