Best Children's Literary Criticism Books
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1. André The Best Big Brother: A Story Book for Kids Ages 2-8 To Help Prepare a Soon-To-Be Older Sibling For a New Baby (Live, Laugh, Grow)
Author: by Mikaela Wilson
A new baby is a huge adjustment for the entire family and can be especially confusing for a young child. These changes come to life through the heartwarming character of big brother, Andr, whose experiences will feel very authentic to the young reader.
This is the perfect book to help prepare a soon-to-be older sibling for a new baby! From the Back Cover:Andr is ecstatic about becoming a big brother. But upon the arrival of the new baby, he quickly learns that being an older sibling is both wonderful and confusing at the same time.
Join Andr as he adjusts to life as a new big brother. This sweet story explores family life through the eyes and heart of a child. To say THANK-YOU, this book comes with a free gift at the end of the book!
2. Anne Of Green Gables Complete 8 Book Set
Author: by L. M. Montgomery
KTHTK (July 12, 2021)
July 12, 2021
This ebook compiles Lucy Maud Montgomery’s complete ‘Anne of Green Gables’ novels, including “Anne of Green Gables”, “Anne of Windy Poplars”, “Anne of Ingleside” and “Rainbow Valley”. This edition has been professionally formatted and contains several tables of contents. The first table of contents (at the very beginning of the ebook) lists the titles of all novels included in this volume.
By clicking on one of those titles you will be redirected to the beginning of that work, where you’ll find a new TOC that lists all the chapters and sub-chapters of that specific work.
3. Noelle The Best Big Sister: A Story to Help Prepare a Soon-To-Be Older Sibling for a New Baby for Kids Ages 2-8 (Live, Laugh, Grow)
Author: by Mikaela Wilson
A new baby is a huge adjustment for the entire family and can be especially confusing for a young child. These changes come to life through the heartwarming character of big sister, Noelle, whose experiences will feel very authentic to the young reader.
This is the perfect book to help prepare a soon-to-be older sibling for a new baby! From the Back Cover:Noelle is ecstatic about becoming a big sister. But upon the arrival of the new baby, she quickly learns that being an older sibling is both wonderful and confusing at the same time.
Join Noelle as she adjusts to life as a new big sister. This sweet story explores family life through the eyes and heart of a child. To say THANK-YOU, this book comes with a free gift at the end of the book!
4. The Children's Book of Virtues
Author: by William J. Bennett
Simon & Schuster
The perfect companion to William J. Bennett’s number-one bestseller; The Book of Virtues, The Children’s Book of Virtues is the ideal storybook for parents and children to enjoy together: With selections from The Book of Virtues, from Aesop and Robert Frost to George Washington’s life as well as Native American and African folklore, The Children’s Book of Virtues brings together timeless stories and poems from around the world.
The stories have been chosen especially for a young audience to help parents introduce to their children the essentials of good character: Courage, Perseverance, Responsibility, Work, Self-discipline, Compassion, Faith, Honesty, Loyalty, and Friendship. Lavishly illustrated by the well-known artist Michael Hague, these wonderful stories and the virtues they illustrate come to life on these pages.
The Children’s Book of Virtues is an enduring treasury of literature and art that will help lead young minds toward what is noble and gentle and fine.
5. We Are the Baby-Sitters Club: Essays and Artwork from Grown-Up Readers
Author: by Marisa Crawford
We Are the Baby-Sitters Club is the ultimate companion guide for a generation of devout superfans. This book revisits the beloved series through grown-up eyesbut never loses the magic we all felt the moment we cracked open a fresh new book.
BSC forever!” Lucia Aniello, director and executive producer of The Baby-Sitters Club Netflix seriesA nostalgia-packed, star-studded anthology featuring contributors such as Kristen Arnett, Yumi Sakugawa, Myriam Gurba, and others exploring the lasting impact of Ann M. Martin’s beloved Baby-Sitters Club series In 1986, the first-ever meeting of the Baby-Sitters Club was called to order in a messy bedroom strewn with RingDings, scrunchies, and a landline phone.
Kristy, Claudia, Stacey, and Mary Anne launched the club that birthed an entire generation of loyal readers.Ann M. Martin’s Baby-Sitters Club series featured a complex cast of characters and touched on an impressive range of issues that were underrepresented at the time: divorce, adoption, childhood illness, class division, and racism, to name a few.
6. Color By Numbers Book For Kids Ages 8-12: Large Print Birds, Flowers, Animals and Pretty Patterns
Author: by Funny Bear
Color By Number Coloring Book For Kids. This 50 Unique Color by number Design book is the perfect gift for everyone. Everybody can draw and color by number in this design. This book is best for drawing and coloring Stress Relieving Designs for kids Teens Relaxation.
Our mindful Color by number books for kids is a wonderful activity calming the mind and reducing stress levels. Our color-by-number book has a variety of fun and challenging to-do colors in the pictures for you to enjoy. This book is the best printed for the customer who loves drawing and coloring by number.
This book has also every color name for coloring. This is best practice Books for everyone. So, buy this book with no tension. This coloring book features:50 unique stress-relieving color by number designs. Each page is printed on a single side making them easy to remove for displayEach page is professionally composed to provide the highest qualityPerfect for anyone who enjoys art.Each page is 8.
5 inches by 11 inchesPrinted on bright white paper, 60-pound stockOrder your copy todayMakes a wonderful and unique gift! Get Your Copy Today!
7. The Anne of Green Gables Devotional: A Chapter-by-Chapter Companion for Kindred Spirits
Author: by Rachel Dodge
Devotional Inspiration Especially for Kindred Spirits The Anne of Green Gables Devotional offers lovely inspiration that explores the theme of God’s love and faithfulness through the pages of the classic L.M. Montgomery novel, cherished by generations of readers. Each reading corresponds with a chapter from the book and invites you to embrace God’s redemptive plans for your life as His very own adopted daughter in Christ.
This beautiful 40-day devotional includes original artwork throughout, and each reading includes examples from the novel, scripture, life application, prayers, and discussion questions perfect for groups, book clubs, or personal reflection. It’s perfect as a personal read or gift for a bosom friend!
8. Essentials of Children's Literature (What's New in Literacy)
Author: by Kathy Short
From a well-known, well-respected author teama concise resource for successfully teaching reading to children. With a goal of reawakening pre- and in-service teachers to the joy of reading, this widely popular book focuses on teaching reading to children through today’s rich array of available trade books.
The book includes the most important knowledge about teaching literature to children and it does so clearly, concisely, and directly using recommended book lists, examples, figures, and tables in combination with narrative and prose. The 9th Edition of Essentials of Children’s Literature features new information on connecting to the Common Core Standards; a new chapter on illustration and visual elements (Chapter 11); addition of graphic novels to the chapter on picturebooks (Chapter 5); reorganization of Chapter 10, Historical Fiction; and updating throughout, including a new section on book-related apps, additional useful resources integrated into each genre chapter; updated book lists and trends; and more.
9. Little Women: The Original 1868 Edition with 200 Illustrations (A Classic Novel Of Louisa May Alcott)
Author: by Louisa May Alcott
I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship. Louisa May Alcott, Little WomenThis beautiful edition contains 200 Original illustrations which was published in 1868. Little Women is a coming-of-age novel written by American novelist Louisa May Alcott.
Alcott The story follows the lives of the four March sistersMeg, Jo, Beth, and Amyand details their passage from childhood to womanhood. It is loosely based on the lives of the author and her three sisters. It is no secret that Alcott based Little Women on her own early life.
While her father, the freethinking reformer and abolitionist Bronson Alcott, hobnobbed with such eminent male authors as Emerson, Thoreau, and Hawthorne, Louisa supported herself and her sisters with “woman’s work, including sewing, doing laundry, and acting as a domestic servant.
But she soon discovered she could make more money writing. Little Women brought her lasting fame and fortune, and far from being the “girl’s book her publisher requested, it explores such timeless themes as love and death, war and peace, the conflict between personal ambition and family responsibilities, and the clash of cultures between Europe and America.
10. How To Self-Publish A Children's Book: Everything You Need To Know To Write, Illustrate, Publish, And Market Your Paperback And Ebook (How To Write For Children Series) (Volume 1)
Author: by Yvonne Jones
Have you always wanted to write a children’s book, but thought you couldn’t? Or maybe it’s already written, but you don’t know where to go from here? Are you looking for a blueprint that can guide you from story idea all the way to published book, without feeling lost and overwhelmed even if you don’t have much time?
In How To Self-Publish A Children’s Book, Y. Eevi Jones outlines the precise path to fulfilling your dream of becoming a published children’s book author. You will find everything you need to know to write, illustrate, publish, and market your paperback and ebook.
Plus, you will find:Templates and Swipe Files of emails to hire Editors and Illustrators, plus how to ask Influencers for reviews you can feature on your cover. A Hand-Selected List of highly qualified Editors, Illustrators, Book Formatters, and Marketing Strategists you can hire, without it costing you a fortune.
Lists of Blogs, Book Festivals, Awards, and Groups specifically for marketing children’s books. BONUS: valuable Insider Tips from bestselling children’s book authors. What do they wish they’d known before they worked on their first children’s book? How To Self-Publish A Children’s Book will help you write a magical story tailored to specific age groups.
11. It's not easy being a Lazy Bug: A Hilarious Story For Teaching Kids The Value of Independence and Doing Things For Themselves
Author: by Pragya Tomar
A lovely bedtime tale about a lazy bug and the value of doing things yourself! Bug loves doing nothing. He never gets dressed, or makes his own food, or even goes to school! But when his parents decide to stop doing everything for him, Bug soon discovers that being lazy isn’t such a good idea after all and that becoming independent is fun after all!
It’s Not Easy Being a Lazy Bug is a hilarious and enjoyable tale that inspires kids to do things for themselves and not be lazy. Featuring vivid illustrations and an upbeat theme, Bug’s delightful story is perfect for teaching young children about the downsides of being lazy and the rewarding satisfaction that comes from taking control and being independent.
Book details:Makes A Great Bedtime Story For Kids Aged 4-6Teaches The Value and Joy of IndependenceFeatures Colorful, Lively Illustrations and a Charming StorySpecially Designed For Early Readers, Reading Aloud, Group Readings and MoreAnd It Will Quickly Become Your Child’s Favorite Tale!
12. The Classic Fairy Tales (Norton Critical Editions)
Author: by Maria Tatar
“This is a superb anthology of fairy tales and criticism that is perfect for classroom use. It provides an excellent selection of primary and secondary texts, organized to permit a wide variety of approaches to teaching the fairy tale. Tatar’s introductions to each section are balanced, up-to-date, and provocative.”-Donald Haase, Wayne State University”Wonderful, comprehensive book!” Hope L.
Russell, SUNY Buffalo”I have used this textbook for four courses on children’s literature with enrollments of over ninety students. It is without doubt the most well organized selection of literary fairy tales and critical commentaries currently available. Students love it.” Lita Barrie, California State University, Los Angeles This Norton Critical Edition includes: Seven different tale types: “Little Red Riding Hood,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Snow White,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “Cinderella,” “Bluebeard,” and “Tricksters.” These groupings include multicultural versions, literary rescriptings, and introductions and annotations by Maria Tatar.
13. Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life: The Plants and Places That Inspired the Classic Children's Tales
Author: by Marta McDowell
A New York Times Bestseller There aren’t many books more beloved than The Tale of Peter Rabbit and even fewer authors as iconic as Beatrix Potter. Her charactersPeter Rabbit, Jemima Puddle Duck, and all the restexist in a charmed world filled with flowers and gardens.
In Beatrix Potter’s Gardening Life, bestselling author Marta McDowell explores the origins of Beatrix Potter’s love of gardening and plants and shows how this passion came to be reflected in her work. The book begins with a gardener’s biography, highlighting the key moments and places throughout her life that helped define her.
Next, follow Beatrix Potter through a year in her garden, with a season-by-season overview of what is blooming that truly brings her gardens alive. The book culminates in a traveler’s guide, with information on how and where to visit Potter’s gardens today.
14. The Art of Beatrix Potter: Sketches, Paintings, and Illustrations
Author: by Emily Zach
Published to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter’s birth, this magnificent collection celebrates the artist behind The Tale of Peter Rabbit and numerous other beloved children’s books. Brimming with famous images and rarely seen gemsranging from character sketches and notebook pages to watercolor landscapes and natural history illustrationsthis monograph explores Potter’s artistic process and reveals the places that inspired her timeless work.
Organized geographically and featuring more than 200 images from the artist’s oeuvre, The Art of Beatrix Potter includes illuminating essays by Potter scholar Linda Lear, illustration historian Steven Heller, and children’s book illustrator Eleanor Taylor. It is the definitive volume on one of the world’s most influential authors, a woman whose artistry, until now, has not been fully celebrated.
15. The Annotated Alice: 150th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (The Annotated Books)
Author: by Lewis Carroll
A richly illustrated and expanded collector’s edition of Martin Gardner’s The Annotated Alice, including Through the Looking-Glass, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Alice’s Adventures in WonderlandOne summer afternoon in 1862, the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson took a rowboat out on the Thames.
With him were three young friends from the Liddell familythe sisters Lorina, Edith, and Alice. Dodgson often spun fairy tales on these boating trips to pass the time, and on this particular afternoon the story was particularly well received by Alice, who afterwards entreated him to write it down for her.
Dodgson recalled the pivotal moment thusly: “In a desperate attempt to strike out some new line of fairy-lore, I had sent my heroine straight down a rabbit-hole, to begin with, without the least idea what was to happen afterwards.”The tale, initially titled Alice’s Adventures Under Ground, became Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, which Dodgson published in 1865 as Lewis Carroll.
16. Through the Eyes of a Child: An Introduction to Children's Literature (8th Edition)
Author: by Donna Norton
No text better prepares you for evaluating, choosing, and sharing quality children’s literature than Through the Eyes of a Child: An Introduction to Children’s Literature. This streamlined eighth edition continues to provide a visually stunning, theoretically sound, comprehensive overview of children’s literature.
Sharpened focus on contemporary issues in the field, deepened coverage of biography and informational books, and newly integrated technology give this new edition added relevance in the changing field. In addition to the text’s contemporary and valuable information on literature for younger readers, some of the brightest stars of children’s literature lend their talents to the new edition, providing insight into the craft and addressing the changing needs of middle grades readers.