By Espido Freire
Ogros, brujas, vampiros, hombres lobo y madrastras. Nos rodean a diario; se encuentran en nuestra familia, entre los amores que vivimos, en los angeles oficina, al ultimate de cada calle. Lo que ocurre es que ya no los catalogamos como stories: preferimos hablar de manipuladores, de psicópatas, de familias disfuncionales, o incluso de traumas o complejos. Vivimos en el más aterrador y largo cuento de hadas que pudieran imaginar los hermanos Grimm, o el Perrault más crudo.
Este libro pretende hablar de las personas y relaciones dañinas más frecuentes, en los angeles posibilidad de detectarlos, y de cómo escapar de ellos, y pretende hacerlo con l. a. ayuda de los ejemplos más antiguos que existen: Hombres lobo, vampiros, brujas y madrastras, arquetipos todos ellos que representan los angeles maldad que habita a nuestro alrededor.
By Jon C. Stott
Build high-interest subject lesson plans that competently painting local peoples and cultures with this authoritative advisor to the simplest kid's fiction. Professor Jon Stott describes books on local americans and their cultures for readers via junior highschool age. This hugely readable reference booklet additionally presents a balanced dialogue of the disservice performed to local american citizens by means of deceptive, misguided, and insensitive books. Stott's perceptive textual content explains how a few well-loved books make error and strengthen stereotypes. He additionally contains precious rules on incorporating tales approximately local American traditions and reports into your lesson plans.
By Stacy E. Hoult-Saros
By Alida Allison
By Binnie Tate Wilkin
Wilkin explores the depictions of African and African American characters in those novels and illuminates the revolutionary caliber of such representations. Wilkin seems heavily at such parts as aesthetic descriptions, subservient characterizations, the relationships among characters, and particular language utilization to enquire how those photos have stepped forward towards more and more optimistic depictions. She additionally notes, while appropriate, the importance of the inability of any African or African American photographs. This ebook is a vital source for these attracted to African American reviews, kid's literature, and the connection among the two.
By Ian Gordon
By David Rudd
Drawing on psychoanalytically proficient views, Rudd indicates how idea might be either fascinating and freeing. He deals clean and stimulating shut readings of key texts, starting from tested classics – resembling Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan and Winnie-the-Pooh - to extra sleek works, together with novels (Peter Pan in Scarlet and The kid's Book) and imagine books (Zoo¸ The lacking Piece and Where the Wild issues Are).
Sophisticated but hugely approachable, this is often an important learn for somebody with an curiosity within the learn of kid's literature.
By Melissa Gross,Annette Y. Goldsmith,Debi Carruth
InHIV/AIDS in younger grownup Novels: An Annotated Bibliography, the authors handle this hole via making a choice on and assessing the entire diversity of younger grownup novels that come with HIV/AIDS content material. This source is constituted of significant components. the 1st half summarizes findings from a content material research played on novels written for readers elderly 11-19, released considering 1981, and that includes no less than one personality with HIV/AIDS. the second one half is an annotated bibliography of the greater than ninety novels pointed out to be used within the research. each one access within the bibliography includes an annotation that summarizes the plot and the way HIV/AIDS is depicted within the tale, a sign of the accuracy of the HIV/AIDS content material, a be aware on how imperative HIV/AIDS is to the tale, and an review of the literary caliber of the ebook. This paintings will help readers in amassing, picking out, comparing, and utilizing those works to coach readers approximately HIV/AIDS.
By Dia Cha,Norma J. Livo
Teach scholars approximately Hmong tradition, construct appreciation of range, and expand studying around the curriculum with enticing actions in keeping with Hmong folktales and traditions. After a desirable review of the background and customs of the Hmong, Dia stocks her event of emigrating from Vietnam to the U.S. The e-book additionally deals a large quantity of full of life actions and undertaking principles, protecting subject matters of Farming and foodstuff, tales and Storytelling, Writing and Illustrating tales, Hmong folks Arts, and Customs. scholars will take pleasure in studying approximately Hmong traditions akin to their musical tools, the attractive Pa Ndau tale cloths, and extra. Many tasks relate on to Hmong folktales, making this a superb better half to folks tales of the Hmong.
By S. Short