Bryn Tomlinson Wk 2 Pamphlet Picture Books.pdf

There are a lot of abstract concepts that need to be

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there are a lot of abstract concepts that need to be conveyed for a child to understand them. Chatham from original woodblock designs engraved in 1886 Picture Books These books create our earliest opportunity to teach children about the wonderful worlds to be found and explored within them. “When picture books really work, it is because they make us feel something intensely” (Johnston & Frazee, p.11). The illustrations set the tone for the journey, and the only limitations, are your imaginations. Discovering everything within is like happening upon a treasure that you want to share with the world! Peter Rabbit, for instance, uses soft, pastel hues and familiar, familial themes to put a child at ease, and make it easier for child and reader to sympathize with his plight, even if it is self-inflicted. Beatrix Potter [Public domain], via Wikimedia Com- mons, Retrieved from: https:// Beatrix - potter - inside - cover - peter_rabbit.png
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Works Cited Ashton, J. (2015). Chap-Books of the Eighteenth Century. : Project Gutenburg. Book Images retrieved from: & http:// Greenaway, Kate. A Apple Pie. Printed in Great Britain by W & J Mackay Limited, Chatham from original woodblock designs engraved in 1886. Klein, Judit, Image; Swirl of Books, retrieved from: Johnston, Allyn and Marla Frazee. "Why We're Still in Love with Picture Books (Even Though They're Supposed to Be Dead)." Horn Book Maga- zine, vol. 87, no. 3, May/Jun2011, pp. 10-16. EBSCOhost, plus. Nodelman, Perry. A is for... What? The Function of Alphabet Books. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy. Vol 1, Issue 3, pp. 235 253. 12/1/2001. Retrieved from: Potter, Beatrix [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, Retrieved from: - potter-inside-cover-peter_rabbit.png Treacle, Geoffrey. "Chapbooks Now." Chicago Review, vol. 47, no. 3, Fall2001, p. 161-167. EBSCOhost, direct=true&db=lkh&AN=5563008&site=lrc-plus.
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  • Spring '18
  • Literature, Beatrix Potter, picture books, Allyn Johnston, Marla Frazee

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