By Roberta T. Herrin
This complete bibliography comprises books written approximately or set in Appalachia from the 18th century to the current. Titles characterize the total sector as outlined by means of the Appalachian local fee, together with parts of thirteen states stretching from southern ny to northern Mississippi. The bibliography is prepared in alphabetical order through writer, and every identify is observed through an annotation, so much of which come with composite experiences and significant analyses of the paintings. All vintage genres of kid's literature are represented.
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Appalachian Children's Literature: An Annotated Bibliography by Roberta T. Herrin