A Child's Guide
A Child's Guide is a reference book specifically intended to make the best in children's literature more accessible to parents, teachers, counselors, and librarians when helping children to deal with life-changing experiences or with difficult issues of cultural ethnicity.
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Chapter 8 Homosexuality
Chapter 5 Native American
Native American 1600s to 1700s
Section 2A Childs Guide to Multicultural Diversity
4-7 Setting 5-8 Setting 6-9 Setting 8-up Setting abusive African-American Asian-American Aunt baby becomes Ben Mikaelsen best friend Book Eleven-year-old Book Set Book Thirteen-year-old Book Twelve-year-old books that depict California camp challenges China Chinese Chris Crutcher classmates comes courage Cynthia deal death divorce dreams experience face family's father feelings fifteen-year-old finds Freak the Mighty friendship Genre Grade Level grandfather grandmother Handicap Hispanic Historical Fiction Immigrants Indian Information on Book Island Japan Japanese Japanese-American Joey journey Junebug killed learns leukemia live Medical Condition Mental Illness Mexican mother move Native American neighbor neighborhood Newbery Honor Newbery Honor 2001 Newbery Medal Number of Pages parents Pearl prequel Present Realistic Fiction realizes sequel sexual share Sharon Creech slave struggles Summary of Book summer survive takes teacher teenage ten-year-old topic town Traditional Culture uncle understand United Vietnamese village Virginia York City young younger brother