Roberta T. Herrin's Appalachian Children's Literature: An Annotated Bibliography PDF

By Roberta T. Herrin

ISBN-10: 078641040X

ISBN-13: 9780786410408

This accomplished bibliography contains books written approximately or set in Appalachia from the 18th century to the current. Titles signify the full zone as outlined through the Appalachian nearby fee, together with parts of thirteen states stretching from southern big apple to northern Mississippi. The bibliography is prepared in alphabetical order by way of writer, and every name is observed through an annotation, such a lot of which come with composite studies and demanding analyses of the paintings. All vintage genres of kid's literature are represented.

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4–6 This is the story of a frontier woman in western Virginia (prior to the creation of the state of West Virginia) who serves as an indentured servant, becomes a farmer’s wife, and when she is widowed, takes on the persona of Mad Anne Bailey, a “feared and respected” male Indian fighter. “This amusing look at a truly liberated heroine is reminiscent of Jean Fritz’s approach to biography” (Mertins, Barbara, ed. Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia: Reading for Young People Series. American Library Association, 1985).

Of Kelly R. Masters] Bristle Face. New York: Holiday, 1962. 5–up Set in the Mississippi hill country, in 1900, this is the story of Jase Landers, age 14, an or- phan who leaves his abusive uncle and heads out for Memphis. Along the way, he meets up with a stray dog, Bristle Face, and is befriended by Lute Swank, who gives him a home and begins to court Pansy. ” “Boys mature enough to handle regional dialect will thoroughly enjoy” the book. Ball’s previous titles include Kep and Young Mike Fink (School Library Journal, May 15, 1962).

Two noteworthy sections make this book useful for a discussion of the role of art in record- A. G. Gaston: Visionary Businessman. Birmingham, AL: Seacoast, 2003. 3–6 Bailey presents the story of the Alabama businessman Arthur George Gaston who worked his way up through low-paying jobs to owning or controlling nine corporations. Included in the Alabama Roots Biographies series. Jennifer Chandler: Olympic Champion Diver. Birmingham, AL: Seacoast, 2005. 3–6 This title in the Alabama Roots Biography series presents the life of Alabama native and Olympic Gold Medal winner Jennifer Chandler.

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