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Developing Resiliency Through Children's Literature: A Guide for Teachers and Librarians, K-8
     

Developing Resiliency Through Children's Literature: A Guide for Teachers and Librarians, K-8

by Nancy L. Cecil
 

Research on at-risk children indicates that some "make it" in spite of their home life, exhibiting what researchers have termed "resiliency."

This book details about 200 selections from children's literature featuring characters who demonstrate positive coping behaviors. The selections are divided into four parts: folk literature, historical fiction,

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Research on at-risk children indicates that some "make it" in spite of their home life, exhibiting what researchers have termed "resiliency."

This book details about 200 selections from children's literature featuring characters who demonstrate positive coping behaviors. The selections are divided into four parts: folk literature, historical fiction, biographies and contemporary fiction.

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a selection guide...features main characters who are survivors
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Research on at-risk children indicates that some "make it" in spite of their home life, exhibiting what researchers have termed "resilency." This book details 25 selections from children's literature featuring characters who demonstrate positive coping behaviors. The selections are divided into four parts: folk literature, historical fiction, biographies and contemporary fiction. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780899507071
Publisher:
McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers
Publication date:
04/28/1992
Pages:
224

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