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Growing Up with Literature, 5E provides a practical and understandable presentation of the literature references, evaluation features, and classroom strategies that can be put into practice right away. With 300 new children’s literature titles, and up to date research in language development and brain development, it is on the cutting edge of knowledge of early childhood education. All genres of literature are addressed including ABC/Counting books, folk and fairy tales, fables, and traditional/contemporary fiction and nonfiction.
Walter Sawyer served for many years as an administrator in the Waterford-Halfmoon School Distrct in upstate New York while teaching graduate courses in the field of literacy at Russell Sage College.
Table of Contents
|What's so Special about Literature|
|Planning for Success|
|Choosing the Best Literature|
|Using Various Types of Literature|
|How Many Ways can a Story Be|
|Integrating Literature into the Curriculum|
|Bibliotherapy: Using Books to|
|Using Commercial and Educational|
|Involving the Community|
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