Using Picture Storybooks To Teach Literary Devices / Edition 1

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Overview

In this volume, 120 well-reviewed picture storybooks, published mainly in the last few years, are listed (sometimes more than once) under 41 literary devices. All-ages picture storybooks, which can be enjoyed by adults as well as children, are included. For each device, a definition is given, and descriptions of appropriate storybooks, with information on how to use them, the art style used in the book, and a curriculum tie-in, are provided. Among the literary devices included are alliteration, analogy, flashback, irony, metaphor, paradox, tone, and 34 more. Appendixes listing the storybooks by author, title, art style, and curriculum tie-in add to this outstanding book's great value.
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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature
Continuing her successful volumes 1 and 2, Hall expands the number of literary devices in this third volume by ten for a total of forty-one. Teachers can now find examples of Black Humor, Connotation, Motif and Oxymoron, to name a few. 120 picture storybooks, all of which received favorable reviews in professional journals, were selected. Most of the books are copyright 1999 and 2000, with a few older than that. In addition to bibliographic information, there is a story summary, featured literary device with examples, a listing of other literary devices, brief discussion of the style of art and a curriculum tie-in where appropriate. The Appendices are very useful. In addition to author and title, one can find books by their style of art, curriculum topic, and titles for use by all ages. This is a major undertaking by the author and succeeds in its objective. Language Arts teachers, librarians and media specialists who work with children in elementary school through high school will benefit by adding this title to their collections. 2002, Oryx Press,
— Sharon Salluzzo
School Library Journal
The value of using picture books beyond the primary grades is becoming more widely recognized. This excellent resource, the third in a series, helps librarians find those titles that teachers can use effectively with older students. The descriptions of the illustrators' art styles and techniques are helpful to anyone involved in discussing or reviewing picture books. The 41 literary devices are arranged alphabetically, from "Alliteration" to "Understatement." The 120 books included were published almost entirely between 1995 and 2000. Each entry includes publication information, a brief annotation, examples from the text highlighting the literary devices, a description of the art style, and curriculum tie-ins. Appendixes group the books by author, title, art style, and curricular area.-Lucinda Snyder Whitehurst, St. Christopher's School, Richmond, VA Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
Booknews
An annotated bibliography listing picture storybooks in alphabetical order under the literary devices they illustrate, such as alliteration, parallel view, and understatement. Includes a reverse directory of titles and their literary devices, a list of all-age resources, titles listed under artistic style, and suggestions for curriculum tie-ins. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780897745826
  • Publisher: ABC-Clio, LLC
  • Publication date: 9/5/2000
  • Series: Using Picture Books to Teach Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 178
  • Sales rank: 574,777
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.44 (d)

Meet the Author

SUSAN HALL is a journalist and government reporter in Tipton, Iowa.

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Literary Devices

Appendix 1: Resources Listed by Author

Appendix 2: Resources Listed by Title

Appendix 3: Resources Grouped by Art Style

Appendix 4: Resources Grouped by Curriculum Tie-In

Appendix 5: All-Ages Resources

Index

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