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Teaching Children's Literature

Editor(s): Glenn Edward Sadler, U. C. Knoepflmacher, consultant ed.

Pages: ix & 257 pp.
Published: 1992
ISBN: 9780873523677 (paperback)
ISBN: 9780873523660 (hardcover)

"This potpourri of essays, course descriptions, programs and resources is invaluable for any serious student or teacher in the field of literature for children and youth."
Journal of African Children's and Youth Literature



The thirteen essays that make up the first part of Teaching Children's Literature highlight issues of canon, pedagogy, genre, and period. In part 2, fifteen course descriptions by experienced teachers offer a wealth of information on undergraduate courses, specific approaches to children's literature, and workshops and graduate-level seminars. The remaining parts of the volume examine selected advanced programs of study throughout the United States and supply a variety of sources, including an extensive bibliography. The book concludes with a lively dialogue among Maurice Sendak, Dr. Seuss, and the volume editor.

Contributors
Alida Allison
Celia Catlett Anderson
Marilyn Apseloff
Norma Bagnall
Susan P. Bloom
George R. Bodmer
Helen Borgens
Ruth B. Bottigheimer
Francelia Butler
John Cech
Mary Beth Dunhouse
Rachel Fordyce
Charles Frey
Susan R. Gannon
Lois Rauch Gibson
John Griffith
Alethea K. Helbig
Kristin Hunter-Lattany
Hugh T. Keenan
Meena Khorana
Anne Lundin
Edythe McGovern
Mary Elizabeth Meek
Michael Mendelson
Cathryn M. Mercier
William Moebius
Mitzi Myers
Helen Neumeyer
Agnes Perkins
Taimi M. Ranta
Ronald Reichertz
Alan Richardson
Frank P. Riga
Bruce A. Ronda
M. Sarah Smedman
John Daniel Stahl
Jon C. Stott
Maria Tatar
G. B. Tennyson
Jeanne Murray Walker
Mark I. West



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