stephanie jones

social class diversity and children’s literature

Posted on May 27, 2010

Check out these great resources on labor and labor unions in children’s novels from Anne McLeod!

Posted on July 20, 2008:

Chapter books great for reading aloud

O’Connor, B. Taking care of Moses. New York, NY: Frances Foster Books.

O’Connor, B. (2001). Moonpie and Ivy. New York, NY: Frances Foster Books.

O’Connor, B. (2003). Fame and glory in Freedom, Georgia. New York, NY: Frances Foster Books.

Spinelli, J. (2008). eggs. New York, NY: Little Brown.

Posted on April 30, 2008:

Atkins, Jeannine (1998). Get Set! Swim! New York, NY: Lee & Low Books, Inc.

Baylor, Byrd (1998). The Table Where Rich People Sit. Aladdin Books.

Borden, Louise (1990). The Neighborhood Trucker. New York, NY: Scholastic Inc.

Browne, Anthony (2001). Voices in the Park. DK Children.

Bunting, Eve (1993). Fly Away Home. New York, NY: Clarion Books.

Bunting, Eve (1997). A Day’s Work. New York, NY: Clarion Books.

Cole, Kenneth (2001). No Bad News. Morton Grove, IL: Albert Whitman & Company.

Hartland, Jessie (2007). Night Shift. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Children’s Books.

Hazen, Barbara Shook (1983). Tight Times. New York, NY: Puffin.

Hest, Amy (1996). Jamaica Louise James. Cambridge, MA: Candlewick Press.

Isaacs, Gwynne L. (1991). While You Are Asleep… New York, NY: Walker and Company.

Jackson, Isaac (1996). Somebody’s New Pajamas. New York, NY: Dial Books for Young Readers.

Lewis, E.B. (1999). My rows and piles of coins. New York, NY: Clarion Books.

London, Jonathan. (1996). The Village Basket Weaver. New York, NY: Dutton Children’s Books.

Williams, Vera B. (1984). A Chair for My Mother. New York, NY: Harper Trophy.

Williams, Vera B. (1986). Something Special For Me. New York, NY: Harper Trophy.

Williams, Vera B. (2004). Amber was Brave, Essie was Smart. New York, NY: Harper Trophy.

Wyeth, Sharon Dennis (2002). Something Beautiful. Dragonfly Books.

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