STANDARDS' BOOK REVIEWS

 
 

 

 
 
     

 

 


 

Multicultural Children's Literature
Fall-Winter 1998-1999

 
     
 

 

BOOKS FOR YOUNGEST CHILDREN AND EARLY READERS

 

ANIMALS ANIMALS ANIMALS!

From perennial U.S. favorites to amazing, silly, and great teaching stories from around the world, here are some excellent choices to keep reading to a child one of the best moments of even the busiest day.


MAKING FRIENDS

Everybody needs one, though making friends is not always easy. Check out these reviews for some of our kids' picks!

 

BOOKS FOR OLDER READERS

There is little more exciting than opening a whole new world of adventure and knowledge by learning to read. In this section, we've reviewed some works about Autobiographies and Biographies; about All Kinds of Families; and, finally, a section we call Earth and Sky, with reviews of a few serious and not-so-serious stories about the world around us.

JUVENILE LITERATURE

For young people who are beginning to enjoy novels, or "chapter books," we've added a reviews of a selection of Juvenile Literature that should capture the varied interests of expanding minds...

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