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The new books kids like
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English
ISBN:
9780838935125
Yayın Bilgileri:
Chicago : American Library Association, 2001.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
x, 179 p. ; 23 cm.

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"Do you have any good books here?"

With this handy new reference, you'll be equipped to answer questions for young people who know exactly what they want as well as for those who have no idea but just know that they want something "good." Seasoned librarians Deeds and Chastain surveyed children's librarians from around the country, bringing together the wisdom and experiences of librarians from both school and public library settings for one collection of expert picks.

Organized around 44 topics considered by the panel to be "the most frequently requested," the end result is chock full of more than 500 annotated book recommendations. The ultimate readers' advisory guide for children's literature, The New Books Kids Like will help you to feed the curiosity of young readers on everything from dogs and diaries to adventure and science. Use it to:

Encourage young readers to pursue their interests through reading. Create contemporary collections that satisfy popular requests from around the country. Find selections quickly by title, author, or subject. Make age-appropriate recommendations using grade-level chapters.

For all those serving young readers, this is a must-have reference packed with clear and concise, kid-friendly annotations.


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"School Library Journal" İncelemesi

The membership of the Association for Library Service to Children/ALA was queried for recommendations on topics and titles popular with youngsters in kindergarten through fifth grade. Additional suggestions were received electronically from PUBYAC and ALSC electronic-discussion listservs. Inclusion is based on quality and the number of times specific topics and titles were recommended. Most of the books have been published since 1991. Your library may have many of them, but citations can be used for collection development to add related titles. Subtitles, including "chapter books" or "picture books," provide another dimension to the broad subject headings. These headings reflect wording frequently used by children when requesting a book: "Where Are Your Funny Books?" "I Want to Read an Adventure Story." "Do You Have Any Books Written Like a Diary?" "Do You Have Any Good Books for Third Graders?" The titles include bibliographic information (no ISBN), grade level, plus an annotation lengthy enough to give the flavor of the work. Some books are listed in more than one category. Entries are alphabetical by title but access by author is possible through the index. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


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Prefacep. vii
Acknowledgmentsp. ix
1 Where Are Your Funny Books? (Picture Books and Beginning Readers)p. 1
2 Where Are Your Funny Chapter Books?p. 5
3 Where Are Your Poetry Books?p. 8
4 Where Are Your Fairy Tales? (Picture Books)p. 12
5 Where Are Your Fairy Tales? (Chapter Books)p. 16
6 Do You Have Any Other Books Like The True Story of the Three Little Pigs? (Fractured Fairy Tales)p. 19
7 I Want to Read a Folktale, Legend, Myth, or Tall Talep. 24
8 Where Are Your Science Fiction Books?p. 28
9 What Are Some Good Fantasy Books?p. 31
10 Do You Have Any Other Books Like Magic Tree House? (Time Travel)p. 35
11 I Want to Read an Adventure Storyp. 39
12 I want to Read a Book about Kids Who Are Bravep. 43
13 Where Are Your Survival Stories?p. 47
14 Do You Have Any Books about Sports?p. 50
15 Do You Have Any Mystery Books?p. 54
16 Where Are You "I Spy" or Other Search-and-Solve Books?p. 58
17 Do You Have Any Really Scary Books?p. 60
18 What Are Some Good Ghost Stories?p. 64
19 I Want to Read an Autobiographyp. 68
20 I Want to Read a Biographyp. 71
21 Do You Have Any Picture-Book Biographies?p. 74
22 I Want to Read Some Realistic Fictionp. 78
23 Where Are You Historical Fiction Books? (Picture Books)p. 84
24 Where Are Your Historical Fiction Books? (18th Century and Earlier)p. 88
25 Where Are Your Historical Fiction Books? (19th Century)p. 91
26 Where Are Your Historical Fiction Books? (20th Century)p. 95
27 Where Are Your Animal Books? (Picture Books)p. 99
28 Where Are Your Animal Books? (Chapter Books)p. 101
29 Where Are Your Cat Stories? (Picture Books)p. 105
30 Where Are Your Cat Stories? (Chapter Books)p. 109
31 Where Are Your Dog Stories? (Picture Books)p. 112
32 Where Are Your Dog Stories? (Chapter Books)p. 116
33 Where Are Your Horse Stories? (Picture Books)p. 120
34 Where Are Your Horse Stories? (Chapter Books)p. 123
35 I Like Reading Stories about School; Do You Have Any? (Picture Books)p. 126
36 I Like Reading Stories about School; Do You Have Any? (Chapter Books)p. 130
37 I Need Help on a Science Projectp. 134
38 Do You Have Any Books Written Like a Diary?p. 136
39 Do You Have Any Good Books for Kindergartners?p. 140
40 Do You Have Any Good Books for First Graders?p. 145
41 Do You Have Any Good Books for Second Graders?p. 149
42 Do You Have Any Good Books for Third Graders?p. 153
43 Do You Have Any Good Books for Fourth Graders?p. 157
44 Do You Have Any Good Books for Fifth Graders?p. 160
Indexp. 163