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100 best books for children / Anita Silvey.

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Typ materiału
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Autor
Silvey, Anita.
Tytuł ujednolicony
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Adres wydawniczy
Boston : Houghton Mifflin, [2004]
©2004
Opis fizyczny
192 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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Wariant tytułu
One hundred best books for children
Uwagi
"A Frances Tenenbaum book"
Includes bibliographical references (pages [166]-171) and index.
Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Board books zs birth to age 2 -- Goodnight moon by Margaret Wise Brown -- Mr. Gumpy's outing by John Bumingham -- Very hungry caterpillar by Eric Carle -- Freight train by Donald Crews -- The carrot seed by Ruth Krauss -- Picture books s ages 2 to 8 -- Miss Nelson is missing! By Harry Allard -- Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans -- Snowman by Raymond Briggs -- Mike mulligan and his steam shovel by Virginia Lee Burton -- Millions of cats by Wanda Gag -- Lilly's purple plastic purse by Kevin Henkes -- Swamp angel by Anne Isaacs -- Snowy day by Ezra Jack Keats -- Leo the late bloomer by Robert Kraus -- Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf -- John Henry by Julius Lester -- Swimmy by Leo Lionni -- Chicka chicka boom boom by Bill Martin, Jr., and John Archambault -- Snowflake Bentley by Jacqueline Briggs Martin.
By selecting only 100 "best books" Anita Silvey distinguishes her guide from all the others and makes it possible to give young readers their literary heritage in the childhood years. The books we hear or read when we are children stay with us all our lives. If we miss them when we are young, we"ll miss them forever: no Hungry Caterpillar, no Winn-Dixie, no Roll of Thunder. As adults we remember a few familiar favorites, but no one but an expert like Anita Silvey, with her thirty-five years at the heart of children"s book publishing, could put together an authoritative list like this one. Parents, grandparents, teachers, librarians, and bookstore clerks will feel completely comfortable recommending these books for any child, from infancy to almost-teens. Silvey includes, in addition to the 100 best, extensive lists of books to meet special needs and interests as well as classics, selected by age, to round out this extraordinarily useful work. In addition to giving an age range and the plot of each book, Silvey relates the fascinating, often hilarious story behind the story, something only an insider in the field of children"s publishing could tell. 100 Best Books for Children is as much fun to read as it is helpful.
Temat
Children's literature -- Bibliography.
Best books.
Children -- Books and reading -- United States.
Children's literature -- Stories, plots, etc.
ISBN
0618278893
0618618775 paperback
ISMN
9780618278893
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