Fb2 Creative Growth Through Literature for Children and Adolescents (Elementary Education Series) ePub
by John W. Connor,Margaret C. Gillespie
|Author:||John W. Connor,Margaret C. Gillespie|
|Publisher:||Merrill Pub Co; 1st Printing edition (July 1, 1975)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1424 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1812 kb|
|Digital formats:||lit mobi azw txt|
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Gillespie, Margaret . Conner, John . Part 1 "Young People and Their Books," discusses literature and the nature of the child, the nature of the child, and developing creative responses through the literary encounter. Conner, John W. Designed for use primarily by students, teachers, and media specialists, this book discusses the relationship between developmental stages of children's growth and the literature that young people find relevant at various stages of their growth. 1899-. Publication, Distribution, et. Columbus. Merrill, (c). Physical Description: vii, 405 p. : ill. ;, 25 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographies and indexes. Formatted Contents Note: Includes bibliographies and indexes.
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