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What Is Good Multicultural Children's Literature and How Do We Critique It? Distinguishing between Image and Value
Multicultural literature is one good way to raise children's awareness of diversity, but how does one decide what constitutes "good" multicultural children's literature? Most any book can be critiqued from numerous perspectives: first and foremost is the book's literary quality--plot, character development, setting, themes, and style; of secondary importance is the author's and/or illustrator's handling of a particular social issue, such as gender or cultural depictions of the characters.
Author/Creator: Reddish, Barbara Smith
Date Published: 00-00
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