Name Instructor Course Date Module 1; Defining children’s literature and History of children’s literature Hunt Peter. International companion encyclopedia of children's literature. Routledge 2004. This book defines the children literature through covering a comprehensive subject from experts specialists and articles accessibility. Due to the expansion and changing children literature this book continues to be one of the few which provides a huge coverage of kid’s literature. It is an important book to those concerned with education literature and childhood culture. Hunt Peter. An introduction to children's literature. Vol. 37. Oxford: Oxford University Press 1994. In this book Hunt tries to explain the meaning of children literature through his opinion and through other literal works and writers in this genre. In explaining this literature Hunt takes what he calls childish approach. This book provides entertainment and provocations to one who is curious about kid’s literature. Nodelman Perry. Defining children's literature. Beauty and the beast. Retold. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2017. Sendak Maurice and Peter Schickele. Where the wild things are. Weston Woods 1963. Sheinkin Steve. The Port Chicago 50: Disaster Mutiny and the Fight for Civil Rights. Roaring Brook Press 2014. Silverstein Shel. The giving tree. HarperCollins Publishers 1992. Suzanne Lafleur. Listening for Lucca. Levine Books 2013. Telgemeier Raina. Smile. Scholastic Inc. 2014. Tolkien John Ronald Reuel. The Hobbit. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2012. Trend Reedy. Words in the dust. Levine Books 2011. Tunnell Michael O. and James S. Jacobs. Children's literature briefly. Merrill 2000. Van Allsburg Chris. The polar express. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2015. Vogel Jason M. "The Cat in the Hat's Latest Bad Trick: The Ninth Circuit's Narrowing of the Parody Defense to Copyright Infringement in Dr. Seuss Enterprises v. Penguin Books USA Inc." Cardozo L. Rev. 20 (1998): 287. Wise Brown Margaret and C. Hurd. "Goodnight Moon." (1947). [...]
1. Collect 10 books related to each Module for a total of 50 books by the last week of the session. o 10 books on Module 1-- Defining children’s literature and History of children’s literature These can be books which you think are excellent examples of good children’s literature o 10 books on Module 2-- Picture Books and Oral Tradition and Poetry o 10 books on Module 3-- Fairy Tales and Multicultural Literature o 10 books on Module 4-- Fantasy and Violence, and Censorship (These can be books which have been censored. Check the ALA (American Library Association) website for great examples of censored or banned books.) o 10 books on Module 5—Contemporary Realistic and Historical Fiction, Nonfiction and Biography 2. Write an annotation for each book. Each annotation should be no more than 6 sentences, no less than 3 sentences. Each annotation can do any of the following: o Describe the book's usefulness in the classroom o Explain the appeal of the book o Describe the type of literature 3. Each entry needs to use MLA formatting 4. IMPORTANT--Please number each entry from #1- #50 (Bibliographies that do not have each entry numbered from 1-50 will automatically lose 10%) 5. Have fun exploring new books! Your final Annotated Bibliography needs to have 50 books. Be sure to start early this project early in the session! Please see the file attached to the dropbox for an example. It will get you started!