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eBook Latina and Latino Voices in Literature: Lives and Works, Updated and Expanded ePub

by Frances A. Day

  • ISBN: 0313323941
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Frances A. Day
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Greenwood; Revised, Updated edition (May 30, 2003)
  • Pages: 376
  • ePub book: 1775 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Latina and Latino Voices. has been added to your Cart. This should be in every school library and teachers should refer to it regularly. -Curriculum Resources. Recommended for public libraries and universities offering teaching credentials.

Expanded to include 12 additional authors, updated information on the original 23 authors profiled, and 135 new titles, this comprehensive reference tool helps teachers, librarians, and parents stay current on one of the most dynamic areas of contemporary literature. Both established and emerging voices are profiled.

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Expanded to include 12 additional authors, updated information on the original 23 authors profiled, and 135 new titles .

Expanded to include 12 additional authors, updated information on the original 23 authors profiled, and 135 new titles, this comprehensive reference tool helps teachers, librarians, and parents stay current on one of the most dynamic areas of contemporary literature. Categories: Literature\Literary. ISBN 0-313-32394-1 (alk. paper) 1. American literature-Hispanic American.

This award-winning resource celebrates the lives and works of 35 Latina and Latino authors who write for today's . A complete list of books and works written by each author is included along with publication information.

This award-winning resource celebrates the lives and works of 35 Latina and Latino authors who write for today's young readers. Brief annotations are provided for most titles, along with information on major themes, awards won, and recommended age levels. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Frances Ann Day, in Latina and Latino Voices in Literature: Lives and Works discusses several issues which . When I was a young girl, I saw many women and children who had crossed to this side to get work because there was none in Mexico.

Frances Ann Day, in Latina and Latino Voices in Literature: Lives and Works discusses several issues which are raised in Friends from the Other Side/ Amigos del Otro Lado. These include the poverty that Joaquín and his mother experience, the creation of the protagonist as a courageous, strong, young Latina girl, which challenges the dominant stereotypes often imposed on Latinas, and bullying - "By Prietita's example, the reader learns how to resist peer pressure and take a stand against prejudice and cruelty.

This revised edition of an award-winning resource celebrates the lives and works of 35 Latina and Latino authors who write for today's young readers. Expanded to include 12 additional authors, updated information on the original 23 authors profiled, and 135 new titles, this comprehensive reference tool helps teachers, librarians, and parents stay current on one of the most dynamic areas of contemporary literature. Both established and emerging voices are profiled. Personal quotes and photographs introduce each biographical essay, presenting information gathered through interviews, personal communications, and research. A complete list of all books and works written by the author is included along with publication information. Annotations are provided for most of the titles, along with information on major themes, awards won, and recommended age levels.

Evaluating Books for Bias provides helpful guidelines for examining and selecting books from a pluralistic perspective. Appendices offer further helpful information about the field, including special awards honoring books by Latinas and Latinos, a calendar of holidays and special days celebrated by the Latino community, and listings of related resources and organizations. The author has also compiled ideas for classroom activities and ways for librarians to extend the literary experience. A title index and extensive topic index―including themes, curricular areas, and genres―help in planning story sessions and study units. This is a multipurpose resource for anyone who wants to help young readers connect with contemporary literature in a meaningful way.