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The New Press guide to multicultural resources for young readers, edited by Daphne Muse

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The New Press guide to multicultural resources for young readers
Title
The New Press guide to multicultural resources for young readers
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edited by Daphne Muse
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Language
eng
Summary
"A comprehensive, definitive resource guide to multicultural reading material for children."--Dust cover
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New press
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illustrations
Index
index present
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non fiction
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Muse, Daphne
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  • Children's literature, American
  • Children
  • Multiculturalism in literature
  • Ethnic groups in literature
  • Minorities in literature
  • Multiculturalism in literature
  • Ethnic groups in literature
  • Minorities in literature
  • Children's literature, American
Label
The New Press guide to multicultural resources for young readers, edited by Daphne Muse
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Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Milestones in children's literature -- 10 Quick ways to analyze children's books for racism and sexism -- The all-white world of children's books -- Who am I? Who are we?: Annie on my mind -- Handicapism checklist: What do we mean by "handicapism?" -- Are Mexican American females portrayed realistically in fiction for grades K-3?: a content analysis -- Illustrating the point: A commentary on multicultural and sterotypic picture books -- Revisiting the life of Helen Keller -- Between the lines: Literature as a tool for tolerance -- I see myself in there: Experiencing self and others in multiethnic children's literature -- Woodson's "girl" stories -- The family: A writer on reading to her children -- Children's books: Buyer beware -- Turning pictures into words -- "Other" -- Community / Friendship: Recommended titles on homelessness -- Reading as an attitude: A child's transformation from reader to writer -- Literary trick or treat -- Making books your business -- Literary club -- Using your local library -- Virginia Hamilton and the Dillons: A cross-cultural collaboration -- Make-your-own-library -- Off the streets and into the books -- Cultural traditions: Teaching respect for Native peoples -- Writing for children -- a joy and a responsibility -- Ebony visions and cowrie shell dreams: Black American classics in fiction and poetry for young readers -- Cultural Alladay: A celebration of our nations's diversity -- Ethnic and gender stereotyping in recent Disney animation -- Images of Arabs in American children's literature -- Why I write about Africa for American children -- Folktales, fairy tales, and legends: Fantasy and the imagination: Myths, legends, and folktales -- Let me tell you a story: Storytelling in multicultural children's literature -- Read, learn, and fly -- Public libraries: Cultural repositories for everyone's stories -- CD-ROM technology in the multicultural classroom: Using CD-ROMs to educate English as a second language students and to introduce American students to other cultures -- Author shares research techniques for making books authentic -- Newcomers establishing roots: Incorporating immigration into the curriculum -- Whose "culture" are we talking about anyway? -- Behind the golden door: The Latino immigrant child in literature and films for children -- Presenting cultures through maps and posters -- Major legislative milestones in U.S. immigration history -- World's languages dying at alarming rate: Shrinking linguistic diversity mourns; state's native tongues especially hard hit -- Affirming languages and cultures -- Justice, human rights, equity: Using Sweet Clara in the classroom -- Why are you always giving us that Black, Latino, Gay, Asian, (fill in the blank) stuff -- The story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery bus boycott revisited -- Songs that promote justice -- Building cross-cultural relationships: The importance of teaching foreign language early -- Building trust and community in the classroom -- Addressing concerns about teaching culturally diverse students -- Using pictures to combat bias -- Children's book awards -- Resources -- Special library collections -- Notable bookstores
Control code
38063796
Dimensions
27 cm
Extent
690 pages
Isbn
9781565843394
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
UMKC: Ref. copy has errata slip.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
3743-74460
Label
The New Press guide to multicultural resources for young readers, edited by Daphne Muse
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Milestones in children's literature -- 10 Quick ways to analyze children's books for racism and sexism -- The all-white world of children's books -- Who am I? Who are we?: Annie on my mind -- Handicapism checklist: What do we mean by "handicapism?" -- Are Mexican American females portrayed realistically in fiction for grades K-3?: a content analysis -- Illustrating the point: A commentary on multicultural and sterotypic picture books -- Revisiting the life of Helen Keller -- Between the lines: Literature as a tool for tolerance -- I see myself in there: Experiencing self and others in multiethnic children's literature -- Woodson's "girl" stories -- The family: A writer on reading to her children -- Children's books: Buyer beware -- Turning pictures into words -- "Other" -- Community / Friendship: Recommended titles on homelessness -- Reading as an attitude: A child's transformation from reader to writer -- Literary trick or treat -- Making books your business -- Literary club -- Using your local library -- Virginia Hamilton and the Dillons: A cross-cultural collaboration -- Make-your-own-library -- Off the streets and into the books -- Cultural traditions: Teaching respect for Native peoples -- Writing for children -- a joy and a responsibility -- Ebony visions and cowrie shell dreams: Black American classics in fiction and poetry for young readers -- Cultural Alladay: A celebration of our nations's diversity -- Ethnic and gender stereotyping in recent Disney animation -- Images of Arabs in American children's literature -- Why I write about Africa for American children -- Folktales, fairy tales, and legends: Fantasy and the imagination: Myths, legends, and folktales -- Let me tell you a story: Storytelling in multicultural children's literature -- Read, learn, and fly -- Public libraries: Cultural repositories for everyone's stories -- CD-ROM technology in the multicultural classroom: Using CD-ROMs to educate English as a second language students and to introduce American students to other cultures -- Author shares research techniques for making books authentic -- Newcomers establishing roots: Incorporating immigration into the curriculum -- Whose "culture" are we talking about anyway? -- Behind the golden door: The Latino immigrant child in literature and films for children -- Presenting cultures through maps and posters -- Major legislative milestones in U.S. immigration history -- World's languages dying at alarming rate: Shrinking linguistic diversity mourns; state's native tongues especially hard hit -- Affirming languages and cultures -- Justice, human rights, equity: Using Sweet Clara in the classroom -- Why are you always giving us that Black, Latino, Gay, Asian, (fill in the blank) stuff -- The story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery bus boycott revisited -- Songs that promote justice -- Building cross-cultural relationships: The importance of teaching foreign language early -- Building trust and community in the classroom -- Addressing concerns about teaching culturally diverse students -- Using pictures to combat bias -- Children's book awards -- Resources -- Special library collections -- Notable bookstores
Control code
38063796
Dimensions
27 cm
Extent
690 pages
Isbn
9781565843394
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
UMKC: Ref. copy has errata slip.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
3743-74460

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