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Using Graphic Novels With Children and Teens - Guide for Teachers

Using Graphic Novels With Children and Teens - Guide for Teachers

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No longer an underground movement appealing to a small following of enthusiasts, graphic novels
have emerged as a growing segment of book publishing, and have become accepted by librarians
and educators as mainstream literature for children and young adultsliterature
that powerfully
motivates kids to read.
Are graphic novels for you? Should you be taking a more serious look at this format? How might
graphic novels fit into your library collection, your curriculum, and your classroom?
Want to know more? If so, this guide is for you
No longer an underground movement appealing to a small following of enthusiasts, graphic novels
have emerged as a growing segment of book publishing, and have become accepted by librarians
and educators as mainstream literature for children and young adultsliterature
that powerfully
motivates kids to read.
Are graphic novels for you? Should you be taking a more serious look at this format? How might
graphic novels fit into your library collection, your curriculum, and your classroom?
Want to know more? If so, this guide is for you

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Published by: vasra on Mar 14, 2013
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