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School Talk, Vol. 16, No. 4, July 2011

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Issue Theme: New Visions for Literacy Education: We All Read Books

  • School Talk, Volume 16, Number 4, July 2011

    Abstract: The July issue of School Talk celebrates culturally diverse children’s literature and its value for all children. Contributors are Jane Bean-Folkes, “Culturally Diverse Children’s Books for Your Classroom Library, Including Ten Great Starter Books”; Hannah Ehrlich, “Publishing with a Mission: Culturally Diverse Books for Children”; and Donna R. Shrier, “Walk-in Wednesday,” which discusses an easy, inexpensive way to make books available to kids over the summer.This is the last issue of School Talk.

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