By Linda M. Pavonetti
This is often the fourth quantity subsidized via the U.S. Board on Books for teens, following kid's Books from different nations (1998), the area via kid's Books (2002), and Crossing obstacles (2006). This most modern quantity, edited through Linda M. Pavonetti, contains books released among 2005 and 2009.This annotated bibliography, equipped geographically via international zone and nation, with descriptions of approximately seven-hundred books representing greater than 70 nations, is a beneficial source for librarians, lecturers, and a person else trying to advertise foreign figuring out via kid's literature. Like its predecessors, will probably be a tremendous instrument for delivering tales that may support teenagers comprehend our changes whereas concurrently demonstrating our universal humanity.
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Mm Author lives in the United States. id=411 k COLOMBIA Winter, Jeanette. Biblioburro: A True Story from Colombia. Illustrated by the author. New York, Simon & Schuster/Beach Lane Books, 2010. ISBN 978-1-4169-9778-8, 1-4169-9778-4. 32 p. (6–9). Biography. Based on the program started in 2000, Winter describes and celebrates the efforts of Luis Soriano to reach children in a remote northern Colombian region and to share his passion for reading with them. By transporting books via donkey, children are able to read, return, and exchange books via a makeshift mobile library.
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Translated by Chloe Catan. White Flower: A Maya Princess. Illustrated by Rafael Yockteng. Toronto, Groundwood Books, 2005. Originally published as Blanca Flor: Una Princess Maya in Spanish by Groundwood Books/House of Anansi Press Canada, in 2005. ISBN 978-088899-599-5, 0-88899-599-7. 36 p. (8–10). Picture book. There once was a poor boy who was so traumatized he forgot his name. He fell in love with Lord Witz Ak’al’s daughter and was subjected to formidable trials before he was allowed to marry her.
Bridges to Understanding: Envisioning the World through Children's Books by Linda M. Pavonetti