Choosing Books for Children: A COMMONSENSE GUIDE
by Betsy Hearne and Deborah Stevenson
University of Illinois Press, 1999
Cloth: 978-0-252-02516-7 | Paper: 978-0-252-06928-4
Library of Congress Classification Z1037.A1H42 1999
Dewey Decimal Classification 011.62

ABOUT THIS BOOK | AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY
ABOUT THIS BOOK
If you have ever stood in the children's section of a bookstore or library wondering how to go about matching a book to the age, abilities, and interests of a particular child, Choosing Children's Books is for you. Renowned children's librarian and children's book review editor Betsy Hearne offers practical guidance on sorting through the bewildering array of picture books, pop-up books, books for beginning readers, young adult titles, classics, poetry, folktales, and factual books. Each chapter includes an annotated list of recommended titles.
A gold mine of commonsense, sound advice, this newly revised and completely updated edition of Betsy Hearne's classic guide is an indispensable tool for choosing books for children of all ages.
Newly available in paperback, this revised and updated third edition of Betsy Hearne's classic guide stands as the lodestar for navigating through the bewildering array of books for young readers. Hearne surveys everything from picture books, pop-up books, classics, and books for beginning readers to young adult titles, poetry, folktales, and factual books, with an annotated list of recommended titles accompanying each chapter. A gold mine of common sense and sound advice, her guide remains an indispensable tool for choosing books for children of all ages.
 
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