Social Studies Through Children's Literature
Title Social Studies Through Children's Literature PDF eBook
Author Anthony D. Fredericks
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Pages 210
Release 1991-10-15
Genre Education
ISBN 0313078424

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Use this activity-centered, literature-based approach to get students excited about social studies. These 32 units have summaries of books, social studies topic areas, lists of content-related words, curricular perspectives, and critical-thinking questions, as well as myriad activities. Fredericks also gives you an excellent annotated bibliography of children's literature and a list of social studies resources.



City/country
Title City/country PDF eBook
Author Ken Robbins
Publisher Viking Juvenile
Pages 32
Release 1985
Genre Travel
ISBN 9780670807437

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Photographs and simple text capture the universal images of a car trip, as seen from a child's backseat perspective.



StoryCraft
Title StoryCraft PDF eBook
Author Martha Seif Simpson
Publisher McFarland
Pages 294
Release 2015-11-17
Genre Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN 0786492155

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While storytelling is a great favorite of preschoolers, many elementary age children are more drawn to crafts and other activities. StoryCraft is an award-winning library program that combines storytelling with crafts in an exciting and engaging activity for children in first through third grades. Each one-hour program includes storytelling, a craft, movement, activities, music, and discussion. This collection of StoryCraft programs presents 50 fun and educational theme-based sessions. Each includes suggestions for promotion, music, crafts, activities, and stories. The sessions also include bibliographies to help direct young readers toward additional reading, as well as diagrams, detailed instructions, and supply lists for the crafts. The themes range from a Jungle Safari to Math Mayhem to a Western Roundup, all encouraging children to enjoy reading in a variety of ways. Each session has plenty of suggestions, so that the program can be customized. Helpful Hints for implementing the program can help any librarian, volunteer, or parent turn a ho-hum storytime into a dazzling StoryCraft time.



The Horn Book Magazine
Title The Horn Book Magazine PDF eBook
Author
Publisher
Pages 412
Release 1986
Genre Children's literature
ISBN

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Instructor
Title Instructor PDF eBook
Author
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Pages 658
Release 1987
Genre Activity programs in education
ISBN

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A to Zoo
Title A to Zoo PDF eBook
Author Carolyn W. Lima
Publisher R. R. Bowker
Pages 976
Release 1989
Genre Literary Criticism
ISBN

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A guide to 12,000 titles cataloged under 700 subjects and indexed by author, title, and illustrator.



Andy Warhol, Publisher
Title Andy Warhol, Publisher PDF eBook
Author Lucy Mulroney
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Pages 176
Release 2018-10-23
Genre Art
ISBN 022654298X

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Although we know him best as a visual artist and filmmaker, Andy Warhol was also a publisher. Distributing his own books and magazines, as well as contributing to those of others, Warhol found publishing to be one of his greatest pleasures, largely because of its cooperative and social nature. Journeying from the 1950s, when Warhol was starting to make his way through the New York advertising world, through the height of his career in the 1960s, to the last years of his life in the 1980s, Andy Warhol, Publisher unearths fresh archival material that reveals Warhol’s publications as complex projects involving a tantalizing cast of collaborators, shifting technologies, and a wide array of fervent readers. Lucy Mulroney shows that whether Warhol was creating children’s books, his infamous “boy book” for gay readers, writing works for established houses like Grove Press and Random House, helping found Interview magazine, or compiling a compendium of photography that he worked on to his death, he readily used the elements of publishing to further and disseminate his art. Warhol not only highlighted the impressive variety in our printed culture but also demonstrated how publishing can cement an artistic legacy.