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Children's Literature in a Multiliterate World
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CONTENTS: Foreword, by Wally De Doncker; 1. Introduction, by Libby Limbrick and Nicola Daly; 2. 2016 Hans Christian Andersen Award Address: `Literature: Another form of house building', by Cao Wenxuan; PART 1: The ways in which children's literature can enhance intercultural understanding; 3. Australian picture books: Homes in the world for some or all? by Robin Morrow; 4. Within and beyond the blue horizon: Creating local and global identity through reading: A perspective from Samoa in the South Pacific, by Emma Kruse Vaai; 5. Complicated identities: A consideration of Allen Say's picture books, by Patricia Bloem and Rika Hanamitsu; 6. Navigation to safety: Exploring a human rights focus in the curriculum as a pedagogical tool for developing empathy and validating refugee children's experiences, by Trish Brooking; 7. `I know that you think that I feel ...': Theory of mind, empathy and picture books, by Joanne M. Purcell; PART 2: How is children's literature being used to enhance intercultural understanding? 8. Emotional literacy through metafictive picture books: A cognitive exploration with emerging bilingual readers reading Emily Gravett, by Soumi Dey; 9. Tu ana, tau ana! Maori literacies in the modern age, by Elisa Duder; 10. Encouraging intercultural understanding through talk and play: Children's engagement with global literature, by Maria V. Acevedo and Kathy G. Short; 11. `I can read this, Miss! it's my language!': Reflections on a multilingual reading programme in Flanders, by Eva Devos; 12. Story by story: Nurturing multilingual reading and writing in South Africa, by Carole Bloch; Index.

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Nicola Daly is senior lecturer in Education, University of Waikato Libby Limbrick is former head of the School of Arts, Languages and Literacy, University of Auckland. Pam Dix is chair of the Akili Trust, Kenya, and has been chair of the UK section of IBBY since 2014.

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"Children's Literature in a Multiliterate World is a timely and valuable resource for librarians, teachers, scholars, and anyone with a serious interest in international children's books. Its 12 chapters testify to the power of books to help children better understand themselves and others in our ever-shrinking world. Authors also explore the roles of home languages and culturally appropriate literature in helping children become fully literate, and vividly illustrate how experiences with global books promote intercultural understanding, and lead to the development of empathy."--Terrell A. Young, President, United States Board on Books for Young People, and Professor of Children's Literature, Brigham Young University

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