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Star of Fear Star of Hope

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Nine-year-old Helen is confused by the disappearance of her Jewish friend during the German occupation of Paris.

The Star of Hope

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The Star of Hope and Other Tales

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Isadore Or The Day Star of Hope

Author : Delle De Norman
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American Book Publishing Record

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Picture this

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Discusses over nine hundred picture books which can be useful to young adults in several areas, including math, social sciences, the arts, health, and history

Children s Book Review Index Annual Cumulation 1995

Author : Beverly Baer
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Provides access to reviews of children's books and periodicals that are indexed by Book Review Index.

Children s Book Review Index

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AMIT Magazine

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Teaching and Learning Literature with Children and Young Adults

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26th Congress of the International Board on Books for Young People

Author : International Board on Books for Young People. Congress
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The Jewish Values Finder

Author : Linda R. Silver
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Moral qualities + good deeds + instruction = decent person. These are the ideas and the ideals that express the meaning of the term Jewish values. They are also the precepts embraced by most of the other world religions. This highly authoritative reference guide by Linda Silver - a specialist in Jewish children's literature - evaluates and analyzes nearly 1,000 carefully selected children's books that promote Jewish values.Each entry includes bibliographic information, age level recommendations, annotation, relevant value, and subject headings. School and public librarians, teachers, and parents concerned with character development will find this guide an essential resource.

School Library Journal

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Children s Books Awards and Prizes

Author : Children's Book Council (New York, N.Y.)
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For Younger Readers

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Books Kids Will Sit Still for 3

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Keep children on the edge of their seats with this guide to captivating read-alouds for grades K through 6. Tips on presentation and references to related titles help you plan effective programs and instill a love of books and reading.

Teaching for a Tolerant World Grades K 6

Author : Judith P. Robertson
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This book presents essays and resources that address crucial questions regarding how children should learn about genocide and intolerance and the literature used in teaching these topics. Part 1 (Guidelines on Teaching about Genocide and Intolerance through Language Arts/English Studies Education) includes the following 2 essays: "Editor's Introduction: On Constructing Memory and Hope in Childhood" (Judith P. Robertson); and "General Guidelines for Teaching about Intolerance and Genocide" (Grace M. Caporino and Rose A. Rudnitski). Part 2 (Learning about Intolerance and Genocide: Questions of Pedagogy) includes 12 essays: "Defining Genocide: Words Do Matter" (Samuel Totten); "A Letter to My Children: Historical Memory and the Silences of Childhood" (Timothy J. Stanley); "To Know Me, Read My Story. To Respect Me, Read It Well" (Yeuk Yi Pang); "Life Ties: Disrupting Anthropocentrism in Language Arts Education" (Anne C. Bell and Constance L. Russell); "Inviting/Supporting Critical Praxis through Picture Books: 'Possibility' in Monica Hughes's 'A Handful of Seeds'" (Christine D. Connelly); "Re-Reading the Bad Guys: Sixth Graders' Understanding of Nazi Soldiers in 'Number the Stars'" (April D. Nauman); "Tolerance and Intolerance for African American Children and Families: Lessons from the Movie 'Crooklyn'" (Michelle R. Dunlap); "Educating beyond Tolerance: Reading Media Images of the 'Hijab'" (Sharon Todd); "Nightmare Issues: Children's Responses to Racism and Genocide in Literature" (Vicki Zack); "Daniel Pinkwater's 'Wingman': Exploring Conflict-Resolution Strategies through Multiethnic Literature" (Belinda Yun-Ying Louie and Douglas H. Louie); "Rights, Respect, and Responsibility: Toward a Theory of Action in Two Bilingual (Spanish/English) Classrooms" (Beth Yeager, Irene Pattenaude, Maria E. Franquiz, and Louise B. Jennings); and "Classroom Conversations: Young Children Discuss Fairness and Justice, Intolerance and Prejudice" (Debbie Miller and Anne K. Goudvis). Part 3 (On Facing Uncertainty in Teaching) includes the following 4 chapters: "South African Teachers' and Students' Resiliency in Combating Apartheid Violence" (P. J. Nomathemba Seme); "Teaching Risky Stories: Remembering Mass Destruction through Children's Literature" (Roger I. Simon and Wendy Armitage Simon); "Teaching about Worlds of Hurt through Encounters with Literature: Reflections on a Pedagogy" (Judith P. Robertson); and "'Dimensions of a Lonely Discovery': Anne Frank and the Question of Pedagogy" (Deborah P. Britzman). Part 4 (Additional Resources) includes the following 6 chapters: "Uncloseting the Classroom Library: An Annotated Bibliography of Teacher Resources" (Sarah-Hope Parmeter); "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who Is the Fairest One of All? Using Children's Literature to Teach about Aging" (Dona J. Helmer); "African American Resources" (Joseph A. Hawkins, Jr. and Glenda K. Valentine); "How Long Will Dennis Still Be a Menace? Teacher Resources for Deregulating Gender Roles in Elementary Classrooms" (Judith P. Robertson and Bernard W. Andrews); "From Cupboard to Classroom: First Nations Resources" (Elspeth Ross); and "What Should They Read, and When Should They Read It? A Selective Review of Holocaust Literature for Students in Grades 2 through 6" (Karen Shawn). (EF)

MultiCultural Review

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Through the Eyes of a Child

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CD-ROM contains a database of children's literature.

Braille Book Review

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