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Essentials of Young Adult Literature, 3/e gives readers an engaging and succinct yet comprehensive overview of young adult literature. Using a genre approach and an emphasis on immersion in literature, it prepares tomorrow’s teachers to integrate literature into middle and high school curricula. This book focuses on reading young adult books, not just talking about them. It presents short chapters that include extensive recommended booklists organized by genre and topic, and relates young adult literature to current issues such as standards, the literary canon, censorship, close reading, critical literacy, and resistant readers.
Carl M. Tomlinson taught graduate and undergraduate courses in children's literature and language arts at Northern Illinois University. He was an elementary and middle school teacher in Thomasville, Georgia, public schools, and taught classes in English in Norway. He co-authored Essentials of Children's Literature, eighth edition, published by Pearson in 2014, and is the editor of Children's Books from Other Countries, published by USBBY and Scarecrow Press in 1998.
Carol Lynch-Brown taught graduate and undergraduate courses in children’s and young adult literature, reading, and language arts education at Florida State University. She was a teacher in elementary school and middle school in St. Paul and Minneapolis Public Schools, and taught English in French Public Schools. She co-authored Essentials of Children's Literature, eighth edition, published by Pearson in 2014 and is a former editor of The Reading Teacher, a journal of the International Reading Association.
Holly Johnson teaches graduate courses in adolescent literature, adolescent literacy, and literacy as a linguistic and cultural tool at the University of Cincinnati. Her books include Creating Confident Adolescent Readers: Key Elements for Building Proficiency and Developing Critical Awareness at the Middle Level: Using Texts as Tools for Critique and Pleasure. She was a middle school language arts and reading teacher in Kentucky and Arizona, and taught as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Botswana, Africa.
Table of Contents
Brief Table of Contents
Part One: Young Adults and Young Adult Literature
CHAPTER ONE: Understanding Young Adults and Their Literature
CHAPTER TWO: Learning about Literature
Part Two: Genres of Literature
CHAPTER THREE: Realistic Fiction
CHAPTER FOUR: Fantasy and Science Fiction
CHAPTER FIVE: Historical Fiction
CHAPTER SIX: Nonfiction: Biography and Informational Books
CHAPTER SEVEN: Poetry and Plays
CHAPTER EIGHT: Literature for a Diverse Society
Part Three Literature in the Schools
CHAPTER NINE: Literature in the Curriculum
CHAPTER TEN: Experiencing Literature
APPENDIX A: Book Awards
APPENDIX B : Magazines
Index to Books and Authors