Books for the gifted child, Volume 2
R.R. Bowker, 1988 - Family & Relationships - 244 pages
"... a valuable resource for those interested in meeting the reading needs of gifted children." Education Libraries. Encourage gifted children to explore their varied interests with this award-winning selection guide. In it you'll find: recommendations for 195 challenging fiction and nonfiction titles--picture books, biographies, novels, poetry, poetry, science, math, game books, and more--all published since the editorial closing of Volume One; complete bibliographic information, designated reading level, and evaluation of plot, characters and style of each titles; and introductory chapters on identifying the gifted and understanding their needs.
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