Convey the magic found in fantasy literature. Enhance your skills in working with and presenting the often overlooked genre of fantasy. This valuable resource offers specific guidelines and examples to help teachers and librarians promote fantasy literature to students and to use fantasy in their lesson plans and programs. It also provides an in-depth view of the background, purposes, sources, and uses of children's and young adult fantasy literature.
• Practical ideas for lesson plans and program suggestions
• Ready-to-use booktalks and display ideas
• Up-to-date Internet resources included
• Extensive annotated bibliography for collection development
A wonderful resource of new literature ideas for teachers and librarians!
About the Author
Tim Wadham is the Children's Services Coordinator at Maricopa County Library District in Phoenix, AZ. His published works include Bringing Fantasy Alive for Children and Young Adults.
Rachel L. Wadham is the name authorities librarian/NACO Coordinator at Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University in Provo, UT. Her published works include Bringing Fantasy Alive for Children and Young Adults.