By John Zornado
By Tom Henthorne
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By Courtney Weikle-Mills
From the colonial interval to the tip of the Civil warfare, children’s books taught younger americans find out how to be solid voters and gave them the liberty, autonomy, and danger to visualize themselves as such, regardless of the particular obstacles of the legislations referring to baby citizenship. Imaginary Citizens argues that the starting place and evolution of the concept that of citizenship within the usa centrally concerned struggles over the that means and limits of youth.
Children have been considered greater than witnesses to American historical past and governance—they have been representatives of "the humans" in most cases. Early on, the parent-child dating was once used as an analogy for the connection among England and the US, and later, the president used to be equated to a father and the folk to his childrens.
There used to be a backlash, even if. which will contest the patriarchal concept that all participants owed childlike submission to their rulers, americans seemed to new theories of human improvement that restricted political accountability to these with a mature skill to cause. but americans additionally established their idea of citizenship at the concept that everybody are unfastened and dependable at all ages. Courtney Weikle-Mills discusses such characters as Goody Two-Shoes, Ichabod Crane, and Tom Sawyer when it comes to how they mirror those conflicting ideals.
By Elizabeth Hale
By L. Evans
By Kerry Mallan,Clare Bradford
By Matthew Wynn Sivils
By Fernando Azevedo
O capítulo 2 debruça-se sobre a questão dos repertórios, analisando a dinâmica de transformação/inovação no campo da literatura infantil.
O capítulo three reflete acerca da problemática da chamada ética literária, procurando responder à questão o que se aprende com a literatura?
No último capítulo, propomos, a partir de saberes construídos com base na investigação e na prática, ideias concretas para a promoção do livro e da leitura numa pluralidade de contextos.
A obra inclui um anexo referente a recursos, disponíveis em webpages relevantes para as temáticas deste livro.
Esta é a primeira edição electronic da obra publicada, pela primeira vez em 2006, sob a chancela do Instituto de Estudos da Criança da Universidade do Minho.
By Shih-Wen Chen
By AMY S. PATTEE
Reading the Adolescent Romance presents an exhaustive research of the advancements in younger grownup literature because the Eighties with a spotlight on Francine Pascal’s "Sweet Valley excessive" sequence, which has develop into a cultural and literary touchstone for either fanatics and critics of the novels. Pattee conscientiously examines the sequence’ content material, constitution, and readers, permitting her to enquire an influential advertising and literary phenomenon and to interrogate the intersecting impacts of background, viewers positioning, and clarity that allowed "Sweet Valley" and different teenager sequence to flourish.
This ebook demonstrates that, as a chain of usual romance novels, "Sweet Valley excessive" indicates tropes linked to either adolescent and grownup romance and, as a made from the early Nineteen Eighties, has and maintains to espouse the conservative romantic ideologies linked to the period of time. whereas erstwhile readers of the sequence remember the novels with excitement, re-readers of Pascal’s novels — who bear in mind interpreting the sequence as youngsters and feature re-visted the books as adults — are extra serious. apparently, either populations proceed to price "Sweet Valley excessive" as an identification touchstone.
Amy Pattee is an affiliate professor of library and data technological know-how on the Graduate college of Library and knowledge technology at Simmons university in Boston, Massachusetts. There, she teaches children’s and younger grownup literature in either the library college and in a twin measure application affiliated with Simmons College’s middle for the examine of Children’s Literature.