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✏Reading Children s Literature A Critical Introduction Second Edition Book Summary : Reading Children’s Literature offers insights into the major discussions and debates currently animating the field of children’s literature. Informed by recent scholarship and interest in cultural studies and critical theory, it is a compact core text that introduces students to the historical contexts, genres, and issues of children’s literature. A beautifully designed and illustrated supplement to individual literary works assigned, it also provides apparatus that makes it a complete resource for working with children’s literature during and after the course. The second edition includes a new chapter on children’s literature and popular culture (including film, television, and merchandising) and has been updated throughout to reflect recent scholarship and new offerings in children’s media.
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📒Fictional Diaries ✍ Source: Wikipedia
✏Fictional Diaries Book Summary : Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 68. Chapters: Bridget Jones's Diary, Diary of a Nobody, Nausea, The Princess Diaries, Any Human Heart, Flowers for Algernon, The Yellow Wallpaper, Spud, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, The Turner Diaries, Go Ask Alice, The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer: My Life at Rose Red, Mrs Dale's Diary, Adrian Mole and the Weapons of Mass Destruction, Dear Dumb Diary, From the Files of Madison Finn, Go Ask Malice, The Diary of a Chambermaid, Life As We Knew It, List of fictional diaries, Don't You Dare Read This, Mrs. Dunphrey, Prime Minister parodies, So Much to Tell You, Adrian Mole: The Prostrate Years, Bert diaries, The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer, Z for Zachariah, Eve's Diary, My Story, Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas, California Diaries, Myra Breckinridge, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, Houseboy, A Journal of the Plague Year, The American Diary of a Japanese Girl, Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole, It Happened to Nancy: By an Anonymous Teenager, Love That Dog, Adrian Mole: The Wilderness Years, Jay's Journal, Diary of an Unborn Child, The Moth Diaries, The Basic Eight, Annie's Baby, The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13, Diary of a Madman, Catherine, Called Birdy, The Moneypenny Diaries, Extracts from Adam's Diary, Attack of the Mutant Underwear, Down, Lenin, Tintin's Travel Diaries, Candid Confessions. Excerpt: Nausea (orig. French La Naus e) is an epistolary novel by the existentialist philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, published in 1938 and written while he was teaching at the lyc e of Le Havre. This is Sartre's first novel and one of his best-known. The novel concerns a dejected historian in a town similar to Le Havre, who becomes convinced that inanimate objects and situations encroach on his ability to define himself, on his intellectual and spiritual freedom...
📒Words On Bathroom Walls ✍ Julia Walton
✏Words on Bathroom Walls Book Summary : Adam has just been diagnosed with schizophrenia. He sees and hears people who aren't there- Rebecca, a beautiful girl who understands him; the Mob Boss, who harasses him; and Jason, the naked guy who's unfailingly polite. It should be easy to separate the real from the notreal, but Adam can't. Still, there's hope. As Adam starts fresh at a new school, he begins a drug trial that helps him ignore his visions. Suddenly everything seems possible, even love. When he meets Maya, a fiercely intelligent girl, he desperately wants to be the great guy that she thinks he is. But then the miracle drug begins to fail, and Adam will do anything to keep Maya from discovering his secret. "A brutal, beautiful book that sits right beside The Perks of Being a Wallflower and I'll Give You the Sun." --Jennifer Longo, author of Up to This Pointe "This book reminds me of A Monster Calls. I saved the final twenty pages for the next day because I didn't want Adam's story to end." --Peter Brown Hoffmeister, author of This Is the Part Where You Laugh
📒Switched On ✍ John Elder Robison
✏Switched On Book Summary : ‘For the first time in my life, I learned what it was like to truly "know" other people's feelings. It was as if I'd been experiencing the world in black and white all my life, and suddenly I could see everything — and particularly other people — in brilliant beautiful colour.’ People with autism have trouble reading the unspoken signals of others. The conventional wisdom says they don't have the wiring in their brains to do it. But now, thanks to astounding advances in brain-mapping technologies, a revolutionary new brain therapy called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is being pioneered at Harvard Medical School. In Switched On, we follow New York Times bestselling author and ‘free-range Aspergian’ John Elder Robison as he journeys towards having his emotional intelligence ’unlocked‘ by this remarkable new treatment. Led by Harvard professor Dr Pascual-Leone, TMS uses an electromagnetic field to induce signals in the outer layer of the brain, to help autistic people develop the ability to read other people's unspoken emotional cues. Astonishingly, TMS represents a new frontier of scientific possibility for people with autism spectrum disorders, as well as those living with depression, bi-polar disorder, and other conditions. John Robison’s story of how he came to awaken the dormant pathways inside his mind is remarkably compelling and entirely unique, but this is also a book about the remarkable advances in the way we view, and treat, a variety of psychological conditions. Switched On is a real-life Flowers for Algernon with a happy ending — a compelling memoir that blends Robison’s brilliant storytelling and humour with cutting-edge neuroscience, electronics, and a little bit of rock and roll. PRAISE FOR JOHN ELDER ROBINSON ‘Writing with a simple eloquence that is, by turns, poignant and comic, Robison deftly weaves neuroscience into a compelling narrative.’ The Sydney Morning Herald ‘Robison’s approachable account is not only crystal clear, but exciting and full of promise.’ The Listener
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