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Prizewinning books for children : themes and stereotypes in U.S. prizewinning prose fiction for children

Author: Jaqueline Shachter Weiss
Publisher: Lexington, Mass. : LexingtonBooks, ©1983.
Series: Lexington Books special series in libraries and librarianship.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Paper (fibre product) case bindings
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Weiss, Jaqueline Shachter.
Prizewinning books for children.
Lexington, Mass. : LexingtonBooks, ©1983
(OCoLC)558249852
Online version:
Weiss, Jaqueline Shachter.
Prizewinning books for children.
Lexington, Mass. : LexingtonBooks, ©1983
(OCoLC)595256309
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jaqueline Shachter Weiss
ISBN: 0669063525 9780669063523
OCLC Number: 8976107
Description: xxiii, 455 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I. For All Children --
Ch. 1: Themes in Children's Literature and Teaching Children about Them --
Meaning of Theme --
Explicit and Implicit Themes --
Primary and Secondary Themes --Encouraging Children to Think about Themes --
Selected Games and Activities to Popularize --
Themes with Children --
Activities for All Ages --
Activities for Grades K to 3 --
Activities for Grades 4 to 6 --
Most Popular Themes or Topics under Which Themes Are Grouped --
Findings about Multiple Prizewinners and Some Newbery/Caldecott Medalists --
Summary --
Notes --
References --
Ch. 2: Prose Classics --
Perspective --
Themes of Prizewinning Prose Classics --
Grouped under These Topics --
Friendship --
Loyalty --
Adventure --
Courage --
Materialism --
Finding a Home and Permanence --
Give or Take with Animals --
Animal Fantasy --
Revenge --
Love --
Humor --
Negative Emotions --
Maturity --
Positive Experiences --
Negative Experiences --
Self-Knowledge --
Virtue Rewarded --
Inner Spirit --
Destiny --
Family Relationships --
Relationship to Society --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Prizewinning Prose Classics --
Listed Chronologically --
Part II. For Preschool and Primary Grades --
Ch. 3: Traditional or Folk Literature in Picture Storybooks --
Perspective --
Themes of Prizewinning Folk Literature in Picture Storybooks Grouped under These Topics --
Pourquoi Tales --
Animal Importance in the Bible --
Contentment --
A Chase and a Search --
Resourcefulness --
Luck --
Cooperation --
Excessiveness --
Frivolity --
Greed --
Deceit --
Selfishness --
Bravery --
Determination --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Prizewinning Folk Literature in Picture Storybooks Arranged according to Place of Origin --
Ch. 4: Modern Fantasy in Picture Storybooks --
Perspective --
Themes of Prizewinning Modern Fantasy in Picture Storybooks Grouped under These Topics --
Personification --
Wind --Accomplishments Despite Small Size --
Night --
Nature --
Mischief and Magic --
Excessiveness --
Etiquette --
Indifference --
Christmas --
Virtue Rewarded --
Good.and Evil --
Ingenuity --
Friendship --
Love --
Dreams and Wishes --
Imagination --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Prizewinning Modem. Fantasy in Picture Storybooks --
Ch. 5: Animal Fantasy in Picture Storybooks --
Perspective --
Themes of Prizewinning Animal Fantasy in Picture Storybooks Grouped under These Topics --
Nature --
Maturing --
Changing --
Young and Old --
Pretense and Imagination --
Self-Awareness --
Mischief Maker --
Leaming to Give --
Ingenuity --
Origin --
Sharing --
Cooperation --
Virtue Rewarded --
Heroism --
Seeking Peace --
Getting a Second Chance --
Danger from Trusting Flattery --
Learning --
Family Retationships --
Relationship with One Parent --
Treachery Punished --
Love --
Friendship --
Individualized Contribution --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Prizewinning Animal Fantasy in Picture Storybooks --
Ch. 6: Realistic Fiction in Picture Storybooks --
Perspective --
Themes of Prizewinning Historical Fiction in Picture Storybooks Grouped under These Topics --
Money and Treasure --
Friendship --
Value of Honesty --
Virtue Rewarded --
Self-Sufficiency --
Change --
Themes of Prizewinning Contemporary Fiction in Picture Storybooks Grouped under TheseTopics --
Concepts --
Inviting Pleasant Dreams --
Discovery --
Nature --
Winter Preparations and Survival --
Birds --
Patience Rewarded --
Fish --
Growth --
Imagination --
Impression --
Resolving Problems --
Deciding What Is Best --
Establishing a Creative Tradition --
Contentment --
Responsibility --
War --
Bored or Challenged by Neighborhood --
Family Relationships --
Chinese Culture --
Chicano Culture --
Laughter --
Friendship --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Prizewinning Realistic Literature in Picture Storybooks --
Part III. For Middle and Upper Elementary Grades --
Ch. 7: Traditional or Folk Literature --
Perspective --
Themes of Prizewinning Traditional or Folk Literature Grouped under These Topics --
Capabilities and Limitations --
Cleverness --
Outwitted --
Cooperation --
Good Overcoming Evil --
Determination --
Individualism --
Inner Spirit --
Keeping a Secret --
Patience --
Survival --
Love --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Prizewinning Folk Literature Arranged according to Place of Origin --
Ch. 8: Modern Fantasy --
Perspective and Standards --
Themes of Prizewinning Modern Fantasy --
Grouped under These Topics --
Good Overcoming Evil --
Maturing --
Deviltry or Trickery --
Revenge --
War --
Obedience --
Destiny --
Immortality --
Fusion of Past, Present, or Future --
Ingenuity --
Determination --
Wish or Dream Fulfillment --
Adventure --
Kindness --
Insight --
Preferring Myth --
Personification --
Family Relationships --
Individuality and Freedom --
Learning and Wisdom --
Love --
Themes of Prizewinning Science Fiction --
Grouped under These Topics --
Survival --
Ingenuity --
Adventure --
Service --
Maturing --
Self-Identity --
Immortality --
Insight --
Destiny --
Truth --
Freedom --
Love --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Prizewinning Modem Fantasy --
References of Prizewinning Science Fiction --
Ch. 9: Animal Fantasy --
Perspective --
Themes of Prizewinning Animal Fantasy --
Grouped under These Topics --
Animals with Human Traits --
Virtue Rewarded --
Quest --
Survival --
Courage and Determination --
Excessive Size --
Love --
Wish Fulfillment --
Running Away --
Friendship --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Prizewinners Arranged according to Type of Animal in Animal Fantasy --
Ch. 10: Historical Fiction --
Perspective and Standards --
Themes of Prizewinning Historical Fiction Grouped under These Topics --
Resistance --
Nature --
Maturing --
Family Relationships --
Love --
Being Accepted --
Search for Identity --
Adjustment and Resistance to Change --
Adventure --
Mysticism --
Determination --
Female Educational Goals --
Overcoming a Disability --
Positive Replacing Negative --
Good Overcoming Evil --
One Dream Fulfilled and Others Aborted --
Occupational Choice --
Slavery --
Freedom from Fascism --
Revenge --
Fear and Courage --
Patriotism --
Friendship --
War's Effect --
Deception --
Greed --
Assuming Responsibilities --
Survival--
Summary --
Notes --
References of Prizewinning Historical Fiction in Time Sequence within Historical Periods --
Ch. 11: Realistic Animal Stories --
Perspective and Standards --
Themes of Prizewinning Realistic Animal --
Stories Grouped under These Topics --
Life Revolving around Nature --
Survival --
Helping the Disabled --
Adapting --
Maturing --
Freedom --
Wish Fulfillment --
Misunderstanding --
Determination --
Fixing Priorities --
Need for Acceptance --
Companionship --
Love --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Prizewinners Arranged according to Type of Animal in Realistic Fiction --
Part IV: Contemporary Realistic Fiction for Middle and Upper-Elementary Grades --
Ch. 12: Contemporary Realistic Fiction about Families, Friends, and Problems --
Perspective --
Themes of Prizewinning Contemporary Realistic Fiction about Families, Friends, and Problems Grouped under These Topics --
Adjusting --
Facing Death or Its Aftermath --
Maturing --
Adventure --
Conservation --
Freedom --
Survival --
Identity Crisis --
Accepting Responsibility --
Learning --
Outsiders --
Impersonal or Tyrannical School Treatment --
Permanence --
Need for Security or Love --
Family Relationships --
Independence --
Loneliness or Friendship --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Contemporary Realistic Fictional Prizewinners about Families, Friends, and Problems --
Ch. 13: Contemporary Realistic Fiction about U.S. Minorities --
Perspective and Standards --
Themes of Realistic Fiction about U.S. Minorities Grouped under These Topics --
Accepting Death --
Fighting Loneliness --
Acknowledging Growth --
Need for Self-Determination --
Career Choice --
Overcoming Fear --
Integrated Education --
Trying to Improve Oneself --
Guidance Needed for Gang Members --
Poverty --
Black in a White World --
Search for Identity --
Preserving a Historical Site --
Existence of Anti-Semitism --
Revealing a Nazi Criminal --
Friendship --
Interracial Business Enterprise --
Need for Permanence --
Homeland Preferred --
Family Relationships --
Survival --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Prizewinning Realistic Fiction Listed by U.S. Minorities --
Ch. 14: Contemporary Realistic Fiction Set in Other Lands --
Perspective and Standards --
Grouped under These Topics Are Themes of Prizewinning Contemporary Realistic Fiction Set in Other Lands --
Education --
Survival --
Assuming Responsibilities --
Courage --
Wish Fulfillment --
Leaming New Ways --
Lovers of Africa --
Kindness --
Self-Choice --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Contemporary Realistic Fictional Prizewinners Set Abroad; Listed by Country of Setting --
Ch. 15: Popular Contemporary Realistic Fiction: Mysteries and Humorous Stories --
Perspective on Mysteries --
Themes of Prizewinning Contemporary Realistic Mysteries Grouped under These Topics --
Facing Challenge --
Survival --
Deception --
Wish Fulfillment --
Perspective on Humorous Stories --
Themes of Prizewinning Contemporary Realistic Humorous Stories Grouped under These Topics --
Being Trouble-Prone Entrepreneurs --
Changing --
Persevering --
Need for Loving Attention --
Individuality --
Maturing --
Relationship with Father --
Summary --
Notes --
References of Popular Contemporary Realistic Fictional Prizewinners: Mysteries and Humorous Stories.
Series Title: Lexington Books special series in libraries and librarianship.
Responsibility: Jaqueline Shachter Weiss.

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