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Pastels for beginners

Author: Ernest Savage
Publisher: London : Studio Vista ; New York : Watson-Guptill, ©1966.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Savage, Ernest.
Pastels for beginners.
London : Studio Vista ; New York : Watson-Guptill, ©1966
(OCoLC)761348365
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Savage
OCLC Number: 711849
Description: 96 pages : illustrations, 8 plates ; 19 cm
Contents: Storytellers and gatekeepers, by J. Janis and P. Franklin. --
Black vs. Negro history: what are the issues? By J. D. Grambs, L. Cuban, and J. A. Banks. --
Why good interracial books are hard to find, by B. J. Glancy. --
"Dick and Jane" go slumming: instructional materials for the inner city Negro child, by J. D. Grambs. --
Educating for social stupidity: history, government, and sociology textbooks. Their own thing: a review of seven Black history guides produced by school systems. By J. Janis. --
My brother's keeper: a view of Blacks in secondary-school literature anthologies, by J. C. Carr. --
Developing racial tolerance with literature on the Black inner-city. Black image: strategies for change. By J. A. Banks. --
Appendices (p. 155-188): I. Annotated bibliography of integrated and Black books for children, by B. J. Glancy. --
II. What people read: A bibliography of research and commentary on the contents of textbooks and literary media, by J. D. Grambs.
Responsibility: Ernest Savage.

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